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PART ONE FIRST PRINCIPLES
Basic Concepts and Methods
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abnormal behavior adjustment afferent impulses afferent nerves anger animistic assume bodily changes body brain cause central nervous system condition of non-adjustment consider course of action craving desire disease effectors efferent emotion example experience explain fact factors fear feeling fibres find outlet flow form of action forms of behavior function give rise impelled impulses to action individual inhibit injury kind laugh laughter look mal-adjustment matter means mecha mechanism of behavior memory recall mental mirth modify muscles and glands nature nerve cell nerve impulse nervous energy nervous tension neurons neurosis occurs pain mechanism path person phenomenon physiological process picture pleasure mechanism produced psychoanalyst psychology psychopathology react relief from tension response result scratch reflex sensations sense organs sensory stimulus sexual situation sort sound spinal cord stimulus afforded tendency tends to call tension mechanisms theory things thought or memory thrown into action tion train of thought unsatisfactory withdrawal words