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" Fear is often preceded by astonishment, and is so far akin to it that both lead to the senses of sight and hearing being instantly aroused. In both cases the eyes and mouth are widely opened and the eyebrows raised. "
Introduction to Psychology - Page 286
by Robert Mearns Yerkes - 1911 - 427 pages
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 36

Science - 1890
...indicate the cries of the wounded." Darwin describes other symptoms of terror and fear as follows : " The heart beats quickly and violently, so that it palpitates or knocks against the ribs. . . . The skin becomes instantly pale, as during incipient faintness. This paleness of the surface,...
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Household medicine

George Black (M.D.) - 1881
...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...knocks against the ribs ; but it is very doubtful if it then works more efficiently than usual, so as to send •a greater supply of blood to all parts...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

William James - Psychology - 1908
...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,...quickly and violently, so that it palpitates or knocks nirainst the ribs ; but it is very doubtful if it then \v»rks more efficiently than usual, so as to...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

William James - Psychology - 1890
...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 send a greater supply of blood to nil parts of the body ; for the skin instantly becomes pale as during incipient faintness. This paleness...
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Psychology

William James - Psychology - 1892 - 478 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,...or knocks against the ribs; but it is very doubtful if it then works more efficiently than usual, so as to send a greater supply of blood to all parts...
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Psychology

William James - Psychology - 1892 - 478 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,...down as if instinctively to escape observation. The heartbeats quickly and violently, so that it palpitates or knocks against the ribs; but it is very...
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Practical Lessons in Psychology

William Otterbein Krohn - 1894 - 410 pages
...general points under discussion. "In fear, the eyes and mouth are widely opened and the eyebrows raised. The frightened man at first stands like a statue,...or knocks against the ribs; but it is very doubtful if it then acts more efficiently than usual, so as to send a greater supply of blood to all parts of...
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Music: Devoted to the Art, Science, Technic and Literature of Music, Volume 6

Music - 1894
...and hearing being instantly aroused. The eyes and mouth are widely opened and the eyebrows raised. The frightened man at first stands like a statue,...observation. The heart beats quickly and violently. The skin becomes pale from the action of the vaso-motor nerves. Cold perspiration exudes, the hairs...
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Music: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Art, Science, Technic and ..., Volume 6

William Smythe Babcock Mathews - Music - 1894
...aroused. The eyes and mouth are widely opened and the eyebrows raised. The frightened man at flrst stands like a statue, motionless and breathless, or...observation. The heart beats quickly and violently. The skin becomes pale from the action of the vaso-motor nerves. Cold perspiration exudes, the hairs...
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Pain, pleasure, and ćsthetics: an essay concerning the psychology of pain ...

Henry Rutgers Marshall - Aesthetics - 1894 - 364 pages
...attempts to esca]>e from the danger, though no such attempts have actually been made;" and again:* "The frightened man at first stands like a statue,...breathless, or crouches down as if instinctively to escape olvervation. The heart beats quickly and violently, so that it palpitates or knocks against the ribs...
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