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" Whoever calmly considers the question, cannot long resist the conviction that different parts of the cerebrum must, in some way or other, subserve different kinds of mental action. "
Brain Roofs and Porticos: A Psychological Study of Mind and Character - Page 146
by Jessie Allen Fowler - 1908 - 148 pages
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1870 - 1334 pages
...excess from which they arise be sensational, eniotionril, or intellectual. logy is an adumbration. "Whoever calmly considers the question, cannot long...Localization of function is the law of all organization whatever ; and it would be marvellous were there here an exception. If it be admitted that the cerebral...
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The Principles of Psychology: The data of psychology, the inductions of ...

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1870
...the excess from which they arise bo sensational, emotional, or intellectual. logy is an adumbration. Whoever calmly considers the question, cannot long...Localization of function is the law of all organization whatever ; and it would be marvellous were there here an exception. If it be admitted that the cerebral...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1871
...which they arise be M-ii.i.it ii>n--i I, emotional, or intellectual. logy is an adumbration. Wheever calmly considers the question, cannot long resist...Localization of function is the law of all organization whatever; and it would be marvellous were there here an exception. If it be admitted that the cerebral...
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A manual of anthropology, or, Science of man

Charles Bray - Philosophy - 1871
...But, as Mr. Spencer says, " at best, Phrenology can only be an appendix to Psychology proper"; and " whoever calmly considers the question cannot long...other, subserve different kinds of mental action." - (Ibid, pp. 572, 573.) Could he not, in the Appendix to his " Psychology," now publishing, tell the...
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A Manual of Anthropology: Or, Science of Man, Based on Modern Research

Charles Bray - Anthropology - 1871 - 358 pages
...But, as Mr. Spencer says, " at best, Phrenology can only be an appendix to Psychology proper " ; and " whoever calmly considers the question cannot long...other, subserve different kinds of mental action." - (Ibid, pp. 572, 573.) Gould he not, in the Appendix to his " Psychology," now publishing, tell the...
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A Manual of Anthropology: Or, Science of Man, Based on Modern Research

Charles Bray - Anthropology - 1871 - 358 pages
...best, Phrenology can only be an appendix to Psychology proper " ; and " whoever calmly con-1 siders the question cannot long resist the conviction that...other, subserve different kinds of mental action." - (Ibid, pp. 572, 573.) Could he not, in the Appendix to his " Psychology," now publishing, tell the...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...the excess from which they arise b« sensational, emotional, or intellectual logy is an adumbration. Whoever calmly considers the question, cannot long...Localization of function is the law of all organization whatever ; and it would bo marvellous were there here an exception. If it be admitted that the cerebral...
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The Principles of psychology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Psychology - 1873
...arise be t*ii»ationa], emotional, or intellectual logy is an adumbration. Whoever calmly considers tho question, cannot long resist the conviction that different...Localization of function is the law of all organization whatever; and it would be marvellous were there here an exception. If it be admitted that the cerebral...
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The Chicago Medical Journal and Examiner, Volume 37

Medicine - 1878
...Mr. Spencer in his work on psychology (vol. I. 573-4). I quote as follows : " Whoever," says he, " calmly considers the question, cannot long resist...cerebrum must, in some way or other, subserve different laws of mental action. Localization of function is the law of all organization whatever, and it would...
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Southern Practitioner, Volume 33

Medicine - 1911
...study rose to fever heat. I could not do better than to quote from Herbert Spencer, who said in 1870 : "Whoever calmly considers the question cannot long...different kinds of mental action. Localization of functions is the law of all organization whatsoever, and it would be marvelous were there here an exception....
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