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" ... relations prevailed, a stimulus added to a pre-existing strong stimulus ought to provoke as great an increase of feeling as if it were added to a pre-existing weak stimulus ; the light of the stars eg, ought to make as great an addition to the daylight... "
Lectures on Human and Animal Psychology - Page 23
by Wilhelm Max Wundt - 1896 - 459 pages
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1890 - 688 pages
...ought to make as great an addition to the daylight as it does to the darkness of the nocturnal sky. This we know not to be the case : the stars are invisible by day, the addition they make to our sensation then is unnoticable, whereas the same addition to our feeling of...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1890
...ought to make as great an addition to the daylight as it does to the darkness of the nocturnal sky. This we know not to be the case : the stars are invisible by day, the addition they make to our sensation then is unnoticable, whereas the same addition to our feeling of...
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Lectures on Human and Animal Psychology

Wilhelm Max Wundt - Psychology, Comparative - 1894 - 454 pages
...stimulus ; the light of the stars would make as large an addition to the daylight as to the night. This we know not to be the case ; the stars are invisible...but more slowly. But when we attempt to decide what the relation which obtains actually is, everyday experiences do not suffice. We have need of exact...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 2007 - 708 pages
...ought to make as great an addition to the daylight as it does to the darkness of the nocturnal sky. This we know not to be the case : the stars are invisible by day, the addition they make to our sensation then is unnoticable,. whereas the same addition to our feeling...
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