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" He who gives way to violent gestures will increase his rage ; he who does not control the signs of fear will experience fear in a greater degree ; and he who remains passive when overwhelmed with grief loses his best chance of recovering elasticity of... "
On the Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals - Page 366
by Charles Darwin - 1872 - 374 pages
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King's College Lectures on Elocution: Or, The Physiology and Culture of ...

Charles John Plumptre - Elocution - 1881 - 487 pages
...other hand, the repression, as far as this is possible, of all outward signs softens our emotions.J He who gives way to violent gestures will increase...fear will experience fear in a greater degree ; and be who remains passive when overwhelmed with grief, loses his best chance of recovering elasticity...
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Masks Or Faces?: A Study in the Psychology of Acting

William Archer - Acting - 1888 - 232 pages
...of outward expression to react upon emotion. ' He who gives way to violent gestures,' says Darwin, ' will increase his rage ; he who does not control the...of fear will experience fear in a greater degree. . . . Even the simulation of an emotion tends to arouse it in our minds.' Eduard von Hartmann, ' the...
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Longman's Magazine, Volume 11

1888
...outward expression to react upon emotion. ' He who gives away to violent gestures,' says Darwin, ' will increase his rage ; he who does not control the...of fear will experience fear in a greater degree. . . . Even the simulation of an emotion tends to arouse it in our minds.' It is of course conceivable...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 9

Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - Psychology - 1898
...intensely hate another, but until his bodily frame is affected he cannot be said to be enraged."6 " He who gives way to violent gestures will increase...between almost all the emotions and their outward manifestation ; and partly from the direct influence of exertion on the heart, and consequently on...
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Attachment: Second Edition

John Bowlby - Psychology - 2008 - 416 pages
...reveal the thoughts and intentions of others more truly than do words, which may be falsified. . . . These results follow partly from the intimate relation...between almost all the emotions and their outward manifestation. . . . CHARLES DARWIN (1872) Introduction In clinical circles it is usual for affects,...
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Emotional Contagion

Elaine Hatfield, John T Cacioppo, Richard L Rapson - Psychology - 1994 - 240 pages
...On the other hand, the repression, as far as is possible, of all outward signs softens our emotions. He who gives way to violent gestures will increase...his best chance of recovering elasticity of mind. (p. 365) William James (1890/1984a) proposed that people infer their emotions by sensing their muscular,...
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Eroticism and Containment: Notes from the Flood Plain

Carol Siegel, Ann M. Kibbey - Health & Fitness - 1994 - 338 pages
...other hand, the repression, as far as this is possible, of all outward signs softens our emotions. He who gives way to violent gestures will increase...loses his best chance of recovering elasticity of mind.16 Where there are unmistakable class and national biases in his observations (he writes, "Englishmen...
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Indian Psychology, Volume 2

Jadunath Sinha - Psychology - 1986 - 512 pages
...other hand, the repression, as tar as this is possible, of all outward signs softens our emotions. He who gives way to violent gestures will increase his rage ; he who does not combat the signs of fear will experience fear in a greater degree. . . . These results follow partly...
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Multiple AIDS-related Loss: A Handbook for Understanding and Surviving a ...

David Nord - Health & Fitness - 1997 - 308 pages
...The Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals^ Charles Darwin (as cited in Mogenson, 1992) noted that "he who remains passive when overwhelmed with grief...loses his best chance of recovering elasticity of the mind" (p. 58). Selfdefeating behaviors and attitudes may be present, including subintentional suicide...
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About Face

Jonathan Cole - Medical - 1999 - 223 pages
...On the other hand repression, as far as this is possible, of all outward signs softens our emotions. He who gives way to violent gestures will increase...his best chance of recovering elasticity of mind. 15 This passage suggests both that expression intensifies emotion and that control of some emotions,...
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