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" ... there is a gasping and convulsive motion of the lips, a tremor on the hollow cheek, a gulping and catching of the throat'; the uncovered and protruding eyeballs are fixed on the object of terror; or they may roll restlessly from side to side. . .... "
Introduction to Psychology - Page 287
by Robert Mearns Yerkes - 1911 - 427 pages
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On the Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals

Charles Darwin - Animal behavior - 1872 - 374 pages
...p. 88 and pp. 164-169. restlessly from side to side, hue illuc volvens oculos iotumqite pererrat. The pupils are said to be enormously dilated. All...danger, or may be thrown wildly over the head. The Kev. Mr. Hagenauer has seen this latter action in a terrified Australian. In other cases there is a...
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The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals

C. R. Darwin - Emotions - 1873 - 374 pages
...pupils are said to be enormously dilated. All the muscles of the body may become rigid, or may be throvn into convulsive movements. The hands are alternately...or may be thrown wildly over the head. The Rev. Mr. Hugenauer has seen this latter action in a terrified Australian. In other cases there is a sudden and...
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Quarterly Journal of Science, and Annals of Mining, Metallurgy ..., Volume 10

Science - 1873
...is rendered probable by a remark of Mr. Darwin himself, that, as one of the expressions of fear, " the arms may be protruded as if to avert some dreadful danger;" and among savages almost every source of astonishment would excite more or less fear. It is rather...
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The Journal of Science: And Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 10

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1873
...is rendered probable by a remark of Mr. Darwin himself, that, as one of the expressions of fear, " the arms may be protruded as if to avert some dreadful danger;" and among savages almost every source of astonishment would excite more or less fear. It is rather...
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King's college lectures on elocution

Charles John Plumptre - 1876
...terror, or they may roll restlessly from side to side, hue illuc volvens oculos totumque pererrat. The pupils are said to be enormously dilated. All...dreadful danger, or may be thrown wildly over the head. . . As fear rises to an extreme pitch, the dreadful scream of terror is heard. Great beads of sweat...
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The emotions

James McCosh - 1880
...enormously dilated, or may be thrown into convulsive movements. The hands are alternately clinched and opened, often with a twitching movement. The arms...dreadful danger, or may be thrown wildly over the head." (Darwin, c. xii.) " Horror differs from both fear and terror, although more nearly allied to the last...
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King's College Lectures on Elocution: Or, The Physiology and Culture of ...

Charles John Plumptre - Elocution - 1881 - 487 pages
...terror, or they may roll restlessly from side to side, hue illuc volvens oculos totumque pererrat. The pupils are said to be enormously dilated. All...dreadful danger, or may be thrown wildly over the head. ... As fear rises to an extreme pitch, the dreadful scream of terror is heard. Great beads of sweat...
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King's College Lectures on Elocution: Or, The Physiology and Culture of ...

Charles John Plumptre - Elocution - 1881 - 487 pages
...movements. The hands are alternately clenched and opened, often with a twitching movement. The arms maybe protruded, as if to avert some dreadful danger, or may be thrown wildly over the head. ... As fear rises to an extreme pitch, the dreadful scream of terror is heard. Great beads of sweat...
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Psychology: The Motive Powers, Emotions, Conscience, Will

James McCosh - Psychology - 1887 - 267 pages
...enormously dilated, or may be thrown into convulsive movements. The hands are alternately clinched and opened, often with a twitching movement. The arms...dreadful danger, or may be thrown wildly over the head." (Darwin, c. xii.) " Horror differs from both fear and terror, although more nearly allied to the last...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

William James - Psychology - 1908
...terror ; or they may roll restlessly from side to side, hue illuc volens oculos totumque pererrat. The pupils are said to be enormously dilated. All...some dreadful danger, or may be thrown wildly over tlie head. The Rev. Mr/Hagenauer has seen this latter action in a terrified Australian. In other cases...
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