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A. W. VERRALL action activity actual answering associated attention Baring Gould become body Bradford Grammar School called caused cerebral hemispheres character characteristic circumstances clusters combination complex concept connected consciousness Crown 8vo depends effects elements emotional colouring example excitations exercise experience external objects fact Fcap feelings follow functions give rise group of ideas habit hand Hence implies instance intellectual intensity J. A. Hobson judgment kind less marked medulla oblongata memory mental operations mind motive motor impulses muscles muscular sensations nature nerves nervous system observe ourselves pain particular pass perception performed physiological pleasure present produced psychology received reference reflex reflex actions representative image retina sense sensory series of movements side sight single skin smell sometimes spinal cord stand stimulus suggestion surroundings tactual sensations tend tendencies tion train of thought trains of ideas usually various visual field visual sensations vivid W. G. COLLINGWOOD