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" To my astonishment, I found that the great majority of the men of science to whom I first applied protested that mental imagery was unknown to them, and they looked on me as fanciful and fantastic in supposing that the words " mental imagery " really... "
Introduction to Psychology - Page 199
by Robert Mearns Yerkes - 1911 - 427 pages
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The Living Age, Volume 194

1892
...To my astonishment [says Mr. Galton] I found that the great majority of the men of science to whom I applied protested that mental imagery was unknown...and they looked on me as fanciful and fantastic in •opposing that the words " mental imagery " really expressed what I believed everybody supposed them...
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Mind, Volume 5

Philosophy - 1880
...hallucinations of sick people are built up. To my astonishment, I found that the great majority of the men of science to whom I first applied, protested...They had no more notion of its true nature than a colour-blind man who has not discerned his defect has of the nature of colour. They had a mental deficiency...
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Inquiries Into Human Faculty and Its Development

Sir Francis Galton - Ability - 1883 - 387 pages
...hallucinations of sick people are built. To my astonishment, I found that the great majority of the men of science to whom I first applied protested that...They had no more notion of its true nature than a colour-blind man, who has not discerned his defect, has of the nature of colour. They had a mental...
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The elements of psychology: a text-book

David Jayne Hill - Psychology - 1888 - 419 pages
...distinct and natural ?" He goes on to say, " To my astonishment, I found that the great majority of the men of science to whom I first applied protested that...expressed what I believed everybody supposed them to mean. .... On the other hand, when I spoke to persons whom I met in general society, I found an entirely...
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The Elements of Psychology: A Text-book

David Jayne Hill - Psychology - 1888 - 419 pages
...science to whom I first applied protested that mental imagery was unknown to them, and they looked oa me as fanciful and fantastic in supposing that the...expressed what I believed everybody supposed them to mean. .... On the other hand, when I spoke to persons whom I met in general society, I found an entirely...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 56; Volume 119

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1892
...my astonishment," says Mr. Gallon, " I found that the great majority of the men of science to whom I applied protested that mental imagery was unknown...They had no more notion of its true nature than a color-hlind man who has not discerned his defect has of the nature of color. ... To illustrate this...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 194

1892
...To my astonishment [says Mr. Galton] I found that the great majority of the men of science to whom I applied protested that mental imagery was unknown...and they looked on me as fanciful and fantastic in Ğupposing that the words " mental imagery " really expressed what I believed everybody supposed them...
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The Book of Dreams and Ghosts

Andrew Lang - CHR 1899 - 1897 - 301 pages
...and other savants. " The earliest results of my inquiry amazed me. . . . The great majority of the men of science to whom I first applied, protested...what I believed everybody supposed them to mean." One gentleman wrote : " It is only by a figure of speech that I can describe my recollection of a scene...
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Thinking and Learning to Think

Nathan Christ Schaeffer - Thought and thinking - 1900 - 351 pages
...breakfast-table, those engaged investiga- in scientific pursuits were inclined to consider tions. kim fanciful and fantastic in supposing that the words mental imagery really expressed what he thought everybody supposed them to mean. He says they had no more notion of its true nature than...
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Thinking and Learning to Think

Nathan Christ Schaeffer - 1900 - 351 pages
...those engaged investiga- in scientific pursuits were inclined to consider tions. n i m f anc if u i and fantastic in supposing that the words mental imagery really expressed what he thought everybody supposed them to mean. He says they had no more notion of its true nature than...
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