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" Let four men make a tour in Europe. One will bring home only picturesque impressions — costumes and colors, parks and views and works of architecture, pictures and statues. To another all this will be non-existent; and distances and prices, populations... "
The Anglo-American Magazine - Page 97
1901
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Mind, Volume 4

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout, George Edward Moore - Philosophy - 1879
...other hand, an object met only once in a life-time may leave an indelible experience in the memory. Let four men make a tour in Europe. One will bring...home only picturesque impressions — costumes and colours, parks and views and works of architecture, pictures and statues. To another all this will...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1890
...the other hand, a thing met only once in a lifetime may leave an indelible experience in the memory. Let four men make a tour in Europe. One will bring...architecture, pictures and statues. To another all this will be non-existent ; and distances and prices, populations and drainage-arrangements, doorand window-fasteniiigs,...
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The Principles of psychology v. 1, Volume 1

William James - 1890
...the other hand, a thing met only once in a lifetime may leave an indelible experience in the memory. Let four men make a tour in Europe. One will bring...architecture, pictures and statues. To another all this will be non-existent ; and distances and prices, populations and drainage-arrangements, doorwindow-fastenings,...
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Elements of Pedagogics

James N. Patrick - Educational psychology - 1891 - 200 pages
...the other hand, a thing met only once in a lifetime may leave an indelible experience in the memory. Let four men make a tour in Europe. One will bring home only picturesque impressions—costumes and colors, Teachers who cannot see more than one pupil at a time should not...
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Psychology

William James - Psychology - 1892 - 478 pages
...the other hand, a thing met only once in a lifetime may leave an indelible experience in the memory. Let four men make a tour in Europe. One will bring...architecture, pictures and statues. To another all this will be non-existent; and distances and prices, populations and drainage-arrangements, door- and window-fastenings,...
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Psychology

William James - Psychology - 1892 - 478 pages
...the other hand, a thing met only once in a lifetime may leave an indelible experience in the memory. Let four men make a tour in Europe. One will bring home only picturesque impressions—costumes and colors, parks and views and works of architecture, pictures and statues....
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Elements of Pedagogics

James N. Patrick - Educational psychology - 1894 - 200 pages
...the other hand, a thing met only once 'in a lifetime may leave an indelible experience in the memory. Let four men make a tour in Europe. One will bring home only picturesque impressions—costumes and colors, Teachers who cannot see more than one pupil at a time should not...
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Elements of Pedagogics

James N. Patrick - Educational psychology - 1894 - 224 pages
...secure or retain the attention of a class while there is a constant or even an occasional movement in parks and views and works of architecture, pictures and statues. To another al! this will be non-existent; and distances and prices, populations, and drainage arrangements, door...
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The Will, Its Structure and Mode of Action

James Edwin Creighton - Will - 1898 - 86 pages
...fact of the selective function of the will in perception is well illustrated by Professor James : " Let four men make a tour in Europe. One will bring home only picturesque impressions of costumes and colors, parks and views and works of architecture, picture and statues. To another...
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The Will, Its Structure and Mode of Action

James Edwin Creighton - Will - 1898 - 86 pages
...fact of the selective function of the will in perception is well illustrated by Professor James : " Let four men make a tour in Europe. One will bring home only picturesque impressions of costumes and colors, parks and views and works of architecture, picture and statues. To another...
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