There seems to be little doubt that fear becomes especially pronounced when there is interference with, or even the prospect of interference with, the process of fleeing, and the possibility cannot be excluded that the normal and unimpeded flight of animals... The Measurement of Emotion - Page 160by Whately Carington - 1922 - 183 pagesFull view
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William Halse Rivers Rivers - Neuroses - 1982 - 252 pages
...desired. 1 AE Brehm, Thierleben, Leipzig (1877), voL ui. p. 601. J A. Mosso, Fear, London (1896), p. 146. There seems to be little doubt that fear becomes especially...animals from danger is not accompanied by the emotion of fear. Aggression and Anger. — The reaction to danger by aggression is definitely connected with anger....