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ORIGIN OF THE MINDBODY DISTINCTION
THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERIOD
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action activity anatomy animal Aristotle arouse association associationism atoms axone become behavior belief blood bodily brain called cause cerebrum characteristics colors conscious elements consciousness Democritus dendrites Descartes discoveries distinct doctrine E. B. Tylor electrical emotional empiricism ence Epicurus experience experimental eyes facts Fechner feelings Freud functions furnished genetic Gestalt psychology glands Greek Helmholtz human ideas individual influence introspection Jour Kurt Koffka Malebranche measure memory ment mental method mind and body motions motor nerves movement muscle nature nerve fibers nerve impulse ness objects observations occurs person philosophy phlogiston Phrenology physical Physiol physiology Plato pneuma primitive principle problem Psyche Psychol psychology psychophysical qualities reason reflex reflex action regarded relation represent response result retina sciousness sensations sense organs sensory separate soul space perception spinal stimulus suggested tests theory thought tion Titchener visual Weber's law Wundt