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" Yet, although the ox has so little affection for, or individual interest in, his fellows, he cannot endure even a momentary severance from his herd. If he be separated from it by stratagem or force, he exhibits every sign of mental agony ; he strives... "
Inquiries into human faculty and its development - Page 72
by Sir Francis Galton - 1883 - 387 pages
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The American Naturalist

Natural history - 1884
...he is separated from it by stratagem or he exhibits every sign of mental agony ; he strives with all might to get back again, and when he succeeds he plunges...to bathe his whole body with the comfort of closest ipanionship." was found very difficult to procure animals capable of actthe part of fore-oxen to the...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 31

Science - 1887
...has little affection for, or interest in, his fellows, he can not endure even a momentary separation from his herd. If he be separated from it by stratagem...whole body with the comfort of closest companionship." * Man is also excited by the presence of his kind. The bizarre actions of dogs meeting strange dogs...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

William James - Psychology - 1890
...affection for, or interest in, his fell he cannot endure even a momentary separation from his herd. be separated from it by stratagem or force, he exhibits...whole body with the comfort of closest companionship." * Man is also excited by the presence of his kind. The bizarre actions of dogs meeting strange dogs...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

William James - Psychology - 1908
...for, or interest in, his fellows, he cannot endure even a momentary separation from his herd. If he oe separated from it by stratagem or force, he exhibits...whole body with the comfort of closest companionship." * Man is also excited by the presence of his kind. The bizarre actions of dogs meeting strange dogs...
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The Origin and Growth of the Moral Instinct, Volume 1

Alexander Sutherland - Ethics - 1898 - 336 pages
...stratagem or force, he exhibits every sign of mental agony ; he strives with all his might and main to get back again, and when he succeeds, he plunges...whole body with the comfort of closest companionship." There is perhaps little that is altruistic in this social feeling. The ox is thinking of the delight...
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Sociality and Sympathy: An Introduction to the Ethics of ..., Volume 5, Issue 1

Joseph William Lester Jones - Social psychology - 1903 - 91 pages
...herd. He strives with all his might and main to get back, and when he succeeds, he plunges into the middle to bathe his whole body with the comfort of closest companionship." It is this felt need of the life together, which has sprung up with the social relationship and grown...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 17

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener - Psychology - 1906
...herd. He strives with all his might and main to get back, and when he succeeds he plunges into the middle to bathe his whole body with the comfort of closest companionship." Who will deny that this bovine behavior closely resembles the frenzy of human jealousy, and indicates...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 17

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener - Psychology - 1906
...herd. He strives with all his might and main to get back, and when he succeeds he plunges into the middle to bathe his whole body with the comfort of closest companionship." Who will deny that this bovine behavior closely resembles the frenzy of human jealousy, and indicates...
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The Normal Child and Primary Education

Arnold Gesell, Beatrice Chandler Gesell - Education - 1912 - 342 pages
...terror. He strives with all his might and main to get back, and when he succeeds he plunges into the middle, to bathe his whole body with the comfort of closest companionship." In children we should call it cuddling up. But simple gregariousness does not insure a Utopian commonwealth....
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The Science of Human Behavior: Biological and Psychological Foundations

Maurice Parmelee - Psychology, Comparative - 1913 - 443 pages
...stratagem or force, he exhibits every sign of mental agony; he strives with all his might and main to get back again, and when he succeeds, he plunges...with the comfort of closest companionship." ' This gregariousness is very useful for purposes of protection, since if the ungulate attempted to live a...
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