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Page 38 - We may then lay it down for certain that every representation of a movement awakens in some degree the actual movement which is its object; and awakens it in a maximum degree whenever it is not kept from so doing by an antagonistic representation present simultaneously to the mind.
Page 55 - And as, year after year, Fresh products of their barren labour fall From their tired hands, and rest Never yet comes more near, Gloom settles slowly down over their breast; And while they try to stem The waves of mournful thought by which they are prest Death in their prison reaches them, Unfreed, having seen nothing, still unblest.
Page 331 - My theory, on the contrary, is that the bodily changes follow directly the perception of the exciting fact, and that our feeling of the same changes as they occur is the emotion.
Page 56 - Ye heavens, whose pure dark regions have no sign Of languor, though so calm, and though so great Are yet untroubled and unpassionate!
Page 56 - And then the tempest strikes him ; and between the lightning-bursts is seen only a driving wreck, and the pale master on his spar-strewn deck with anguish'd face and flying hair grasping the rudder hard, still bent to make some port he knows not where, still standing for some false impossible shore.
Page 252 - Southard, EE — A Study of the Dementia Praecox Group in the Light of Certain Cases Showing Anomalies or Scleroses in Particular Brain Regions — Danvers State Hospital Papers 1910 — Chas.
Page 56 - Gloom settles slowly down over their breast ; And while they try to stem The waves of mournful thought by which they are prest, Death in their prison reaches them, Unfreed, having seen nothing, still unblest. And the rest, a few, Escape their prison, and depart On the wide ocean of life anew.
Page 324 - Southard, EE : On the Topographical Distribution of Cortex Lesions and Anomalies in Dementia Praecox, with Some Account of Their Functional Significance.
Page 360 - TO OFFICERS OF THE MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS, US ARMY INACTIVE LIST Word received from the Surgeon General of the US Army, conveys the information to officers of the Medical Reserve Corps of the United States Army, inactive list, that assignment to active duty may be delayed, and that they are advised to continue their civilian activities, pending receipt of orders. They will be given at least 15 days' notice when services are required.
Page 144 - We desire to make the following specific recommendations : "1. We recommend that the New York Psychiatrical Society affirm the general principle that the sick, whether in mind or body, should be cared for only by those with medical training who are authorized by the state to assume the responsibility of diagnosis and treatment. "2. We recommend that the Society express its disapproval and urge upon thoughtful psychologists and the medical profession in general an expression of disapproval of the...