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" If an acquired development is to be inherited, the parent must make the acquirement first and get the offspring afterwards, not get the offspring first and make the acquirement afterwards. "
Southern Practitioner - Page 64
1916
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Detroit Medical Journal, Volumes 16-17

1916
...he does in ten, and so on as long as mental development is a possibility. If an acquired development is to be inherited, the parent must make the acquirement...offspring first and make the acquirement afterwards. A rational consideration of that fact makes it evident that it is necessary to take into consideration...
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Pediatrics, Volume 28

1916
...a year than in a month, and so on. If an offspring is to inherit an acquirement made by the parent, the parent must make the acquirement first and get...afterwards: not get the offspring first and make the acquirements afterwards. Among animals which woik regularly, the greatest acquirement exists in later...
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Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Preventive Medicine

George Frank Butler, William Augustus Evans - 1916 - 382 pages
..."screen his sneeze" and to wash his hands before he eats. Chances of Fame. CL Redfield2 holds that if an acquirement is to be inherited the parent must make the acquirement first and get the offspring afterward; not Fig. 3. get the offspring first and make the acquirement afterward. In support of this...
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The Journal of Heredity

1916
...extending it over three or four generations necessarily involves inheritance. "If an acquired character is to be inherited, the parent must make the acquirement first and get the offspring afterwards, not gel the offspring first and make the acquirement afterwards. The age of parents is simply one factor...
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North American Journal of Homoeopathy

1916
...a year than in a month, and so on. If an offspring is to inherit an acquirement made by the parent, the parent must make the acquirement first and get the offspring afterwards, not to get the offspring first and make the acquirement afterwards. Among animals which work regularly,...
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Journal of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, Volume 7

1917
...extending it over three or four generations necessarily involves inheritance. "If an acquired character is to be inherited, the parent must make the acquirement...offspring first and make the acquirement afterwards. The age of parents is simply one factor in determining the amount of a parent's acquirement at the...
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The Psychological Clinic, Volume 10

Lightner Witmer - 1917
...does in ten, and so on as long as mental development is a possibility. "If an acquired development is to be inherited, the parent must make the acquirement...offspring first and make the acquirement afterwards. A rational consideration of that fact makes it evident that it is necessary to take into consideration...
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The Pacific Coast Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 27

1916
...he does in ten, and so on as long as mental development is a possibility. If an acquired development is to be inherited, the parent must make the acquirement...afterwards, not get the offspring first and make the acquirements afterwards. A rational consideration of that fact makes it evident that it is necessary...
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New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 68

1916
...exercising an organ, or by the work performed by the organ. It consists of a physiological change occurring within the organ which is dynamic in character and...offspring first and make the acquirement afterwards. Among certain eugenists there is a theory that it is impossible to produce an individual which is superior...
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The Medico-legal Journal, Volumes 33-34

Clark Bell - 1917
...exercising an organ, or by the work performed by the organ. It consists of a physiological change occurring within the organ which is dynamic in character and...offspring first and make the acquirement afterwards. Among certain eugenists there is a theory that it is impossible to produce an individual which is superior...
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