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" The heart beats quickly and violently, so that it palpitates or knocks against the ribs ; but it is very doubtful whether it then works more efficiently than usual, so as to send a greater supply of blood to all parts of the body ; for the skin instantly... "
Introduction to Psychology - Page 286
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
...being instantly aroused. In both cases the eyes and mouth are widely opened, and the eyebrows raised. The frightened man at first stands like a statue motionless...large part, or exclusively, due to the vaso-motor centre being affected in such a manner as to cause the contraction of the small arteries of the skin....
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 36

Science - 1890
...quickly and violently, so that it palpitates or knocks against the ribs. . . . The skin becomes instantly pale, as during incipient faintness. This paleness...is probably in large part or exclusively due to the vase-motor center being affected in such a manner as to cause the contraction of the small arteries...
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King's college lectures on elocution

Charles John Plumptre - 1876
...being instantly aroused. In both cases the eyes and mouth are widely opened, and the eyebrows raised. The frightened man at first stands like a statue,...large part, or exclusively, due to the vaso-motor being affected in such a manner as to cause the contraction of the small arteries of the skin. That...
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The emotions

James McCosh - 1880
...to all parts of the body ; for the skin instantly becomes pale, as during incipient faintness. The paleness of the surface, however, is probably, in large part or exclusively, due to the vaso-motor' centre being affected in such a manner as to cause the contraction of the small arteries of the skin....
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King's College Lectures on Elocution: Or, The Physiology and Culture of ...

Charles John Plumptre - Elocution - 1881 - 487 pages
...being instantly aroused. In both cases the eyes and mouth are widely opened, and the eyebrows raised. The frightened man at first stands like a statue,...large part, or exclusively, due to the vaso-motor being affected in such a manner as to cause the contraction of the small arteries of the skin. That...
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King's College Lectures on Elocution: Or, The Physiology and Culture of ...

Charles John Plumptre - Elocution - 1881 - 487 pages
...the eyes and mouth are widely opened, and the eyebrows raised. The frightened man at first stand:; like a statue, motionless and breathless, or crouches...large part, or exclusively, due to the vaso-motor being affected in such a manner as to cause the contraction of the small arteries of the skin. That...
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Household medicine

George Black (M.D.) - 1881
...quickly and violently, so that it palpitates or knocks against the ribs ; but it is very doubtful if it then works more efficiently than usual, so as to...large part, or exclusively, due to the vaso-motor centre being affected in such a manner as to cause the contraction of the small arteries of the skin....
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King's college lectures on elocution

Charles John Plumptre - 1883
...at first stand:; like a statue, motionless and breathless, or crouches down, as if instinc tively, to escape observation. " The heart beats quickly and...large part, or exclusively, due to the vaso-motor being affected in such a manner as to cause the contraction of the small arteries of the skin. That...
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Psychology, the motive powers: emotions, conscience, will

James McCosh - Psychology - 1887 - 267 pages
...to all parts of the body ; for the skin instantly becomes pale, as during incipient faintness. The paleness of the surface, however, is probably, in large part or exclusively, due to the vaso-motor centre being affected in such a manner as to cause the contraction of the email arteries of the skin....
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Psychology: The Motive Powers, Emotions, Conscience, Will

James McCosh - Psychology - 1887 - 267 pages
...blood to all parts of the body; for the skin instantly becomes pale, as during incipient faintness. The paleness of the surface, however, is probably, in large part or exclusively, due to the vase-motor centre being affected in such a manner as to cause the contraction of the small arteries...
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