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REFLEXES OF THE BRAIN
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action analysis apparatus association auditory nerve aural sensations becomes beginning body caused central nervous system cerebral cerebral hemispheres child colour complex concept concrete impression concrete sensations conscious Consequently contraction course decapitated animal definite desire emotion evokes example expressed external influences external manifestations eyes fact finger frequent repetition fright frog Hence higher nervous activity human idea inhibition instinctive intensified involuntary movements legs machine man's matter medulla oblongata memory ments mind Moscow University motor nerve move muscular movement muscular sensation nature nerve fibre nervous activity nervous system Norbert Wiener notions object optic nerve optical axes origin person phenomenon physiology pleasure point of view psychical activity psychical reflex psychology reader reflex movements result retina Russian sations Sechenov sense organs sensory nerves sensory stimulation separate skin so-called sound speak sphere spinal cord tactile sensations thought tion traces unemotional wish visual sensations voluntary walking words