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The Science of Psychology
The Innate Pattern Reactions
Modifications of InstinctI
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activity actual aesthetic amongst animal association attain attitude beautiful biological classification bodily called character conception conditioned reflex conduct conflict consciousness course craving danger desire disinterested emotions disposition economic effect element environment example experience expression fact factor feeling fighting fighting instinct Freud function habit haviour human behaviour idea ideal imagery important impulse individual individual psychology innate instinct of acquisition instinct of pugnacity instinctive behaviour intelligence intelligence quotient introspection J. A. Hadfield James Mill James-Lange theory kind large number laughter less meaning ment mental merely method mind modes of behaviour modification moral objects observed organism pain particular perception person phantasy physiological pleasure primitive probably problem produced Professor psychology psychology of religion reaction recognised reflex religious response result scratch reflex sensation sentiment sex instinct sexual situation stimulus suggestion tendency tests theory things thought processes tion tropism unpleasure W. H. R. Rivers words