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" Yet although the ox has so little affection for, or individual interest in, his fellows, he cannot endure even a momentary severance from his herd. If he be separated from it by stratagem or force, he exhibits every sign of mental agony ; he strives with... "
The Principles of Psychology - Page 431
by William James - 1918 - 704 pages
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The Science of Human Behavior: Biological and Psychological Foundations

Maurice Parmelee - Psychology, Comparative - 1913 - 443 pages
...stratagem or force, he exhibits every sign of mental agony; he strives with all his might and main to get back again, and when he succeeds, he plunges...whole body with the comfort of closest companionship." ' This gregariousness is very useful for purposes of protection, since if the ungulate attempted to...
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The Science of Human Behavior: Biological and Psychological Foundations

Maurice Parmelee - Psychology, Comparative - 1913 - 443 pages
...South African ox. He says that "the ox cannot endure even a momentary separation from his herd. If he be separated from it by stratagem or force, he exhibits...sign of mental agony; he strives with all his might and main to get back again, and when he succeeds, he plunges into its middle to bathe his whole body...
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Savage Survivals

John Howard Moore - Ethics, Evolutionary - 1916 - 191 pages
...his fellows, he cannot endure separation from his herd. If he is separated from it by force, he shows every sign of mental agony. He strives with all his might to get back. And when he succeeds, he plunges into the middle of the herd and fairly bathes himself in the feelings...
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Instinct in Man: A Contribution to the Psychology of Education

James Drever - Educational psychology - 1917 - 281 pages
...individual interest in, his fellows, he cannot endure even a momentary severance from his herd. If he be separated from it by stratagem or force, he exhibits...to bathe his whole body with the comfort of closest companionship1." The perceptual situation, which determines this instinct, appears to be simply separation...
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Nervous Ills: Their Cause and Cure

Boris Sidis - Nervous system - 1922 - 379 pages
...for, or interest in, his fellows, he cannot endure even a momentary severance from his herd. If he be separated from it by stratagem or force, he exhibits...back again, and when he succeeds, he plunges into the middle to bathe his whole body with the comfort of closest companionship. This passionate terror...
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Sociobiology

Edward O. Wilson - Science - 1980 - 366 pages
...individual interest in, his fellows, he cannot endure even a momentary severance from his herd. If he be separated from it by stratagem or force, he exhibits...middle, to bathe his whole body with the comfort of close companionship. The result of centripetal movement is some of the most visually impressive but...
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Family Evaluation

Michael E. Kerr - Family & Relationships - 1988 - 400 pages
...he cannot endure even a momentary severance from his herd. If he be separated from it by strategem or force, he exhibits every sign of mental agony;...middle, to bathe his whole body with the comfort of close companionship.18 There are also numerous examples of an apparent repulsive "force" between animals....
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Pleasure and Instinct: A Study in the Psychology of Human Action

A. H. Burlton Allen - Psychology - 1999 - 336 pages
...individual interest in his fellows, he cannot endure even a momentary severance from his herd. If he be separated from it by stratagem or force, he exhibits...to bathe his whole body with the comfort of closest companionship."2 The perceptual situation which the instinct strives to maintain is thus that which...
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Francis Galton: Pioneer of Heredity and Biometry

M. G. Bulmer - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 357 pages
...fellows, he cannot endure even a momentary severance from his herd. If he be separated from it ... he strives with all his might to get back again, and...whole body with the comfort of closest companionship" (1871c, 354). He suggested that the instinct to live in herds had evolved through natural selection...
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instinct in man

J. Drever - 1977 - 282 pages
...individual interest in, his fellows, he cannot endure even a momentary severance from his herd. If he be separated from it by stratagem or force, he exhibits...to bathe his whole body with the comfort of closest companionship1." The perceptual situation, which determines this instinct, appears to be simply separation...
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