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" The likelihood that any mental state or act will occur in response to any situation is in proportion to the frequency, recency, intensity, and resultant satisfaction of its connection with that situation or some part of it, and with the total frame of... "
Introduction to Psychology - Page 301
by Robert Mearns Yerkes - 1911 - 427 pages
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The Elements of Psychology

Edward Lee Thorndike - Psychology - 1905 - 351 pages
...The law of habit formation and the law of instinctive connection may be combined into one as follows: The likelihood that any mental state or act will occur...response to any situation is in proportion to the closeness of its inborn connection therewith, to the frequency of its connection therewith, and to...
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The elements of psychology

Edward Lee Thorndike - Psychology - 1905 - 351 pages
...connection with the total set of the mind at the time as well as with the apparent situation itself. (2) The likelihood that any mental state or act will occur in response to any apparent situation is in propor. tion to the closeness of its connection with the apparent situation...
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The Elements of Phsychology

Edward Lee Thorndike - Psychology - 1905 - 351 pages
...connection with the total set of the mind at the time as well as with the apparent situation itself. (2) The likelihood that any mental state or act will occur in response to any apparent situation is in proportion to the closeness of its connection with the apparent situation...
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Habit-formation and the Science of Teaching

Stuart Henry Rowe - Study skills - 1909 - 308 pages
...fundamental nature of habit. Professor Thorndike has expressed the law on which habit depends as follows: "The likelihood that any mental state or act will...total frame of mind in which the situation is felt." 2 It will be readily seen, as is shown later, that each of these factors may be placed appropriately...
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Principles of secondary education

Paul Monroe - Education, Secondary - 1914 - 790 pages
...: " The likelihood that 1 Thorndike, EL, Elements of Psychology. AG Seller, New York, 1905, p. 207. any mental state or act will occur in response to...proportion to the frequency, recency, intensity, and resultant satisfaction of its connection with that situation or some part of it, and with the total...
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A Textbook in the Principles of Science Teaching

George Ransom Twiss - Science - 1917 - 486 pages
...occur in response to any situation is in proportion to the frequency, recency, intensity, and resultant satisfaction of its connection with that situation...total frame of mind in which the situation is felt." Application of the law of association in teaching. Hence the teacher should see to it, when any...
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A Textbook in the Principles of Science Teaching

George Ransom Twiss - Science - 1917 - 486 pages
...the more general law of mental connections or association, and is stated by Thorndike 1 as follows: " The likelihood that any mental state or act will occur...proportion to the frequency, recency, intensity, and resultant satisfaction of its connection with that situation or some part of it, and with the total...
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The language of color

Matthew Luckiesh - Art - 1918 - 282 pages
...probability of the occurrence of a certain mental state or act due to a certain situation is dependent upon the "frequency, recency, intensity, and resulting...with that situation or some part of it and with the whole frame of mind in which the situation is felt." Association of colors with certain things, events,...
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Teaching Manual and Industrial Arts: A Textbook for Normal Schools and Colleges

Ira Samuel Griffith - Industrial arts - 1920 - 229 pages
...individual will be interested in, or pay attention to, or have a feeling of zest in, a thing or act is in proportion to the frequency, recency, intensity and resulting satisfaction of previous connections between that thing or act and some thing or act which is natively possessed of...
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Public School Methods, Volume 6

Teaching - 1921
...law of association as follows: The likelihood that any mental state'or act will occur in response to to any situation is in proportion to the frequency,...total frame of mind in which the situation is felt. This law states in concise form the method of establishing associations through the inborn and acquired...
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