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" Carpenter's phrase that our nervous system grows to the modes in which it has been exercised expresses the philosophy of habit in a nutshell. We may now trace some of the practical applications of the principle to human life. The first result of it is... "
... The Laws of Habit - Seite 441
von William James - 1887
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Studies on Children, Band 14

1869
...transformation of character seems to follow the physiological law stated by Dr. Carpenter, that the nervous system grows to the modes in which it has been exercised. When there is a longing or striving in a given direction, that very act predisposes the nervous system...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Band 8

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener, Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - 1897
...transformation of character seems to follow the physiological law stated by Dr. Carpenter, that the nervous system grows to the modes in which it has been exercised. When there is a longing or striving in a given direction, that very act predisposes the nervous system...
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The Montreal Medical Journal, Band 16

George Edgeworth Fenwick, Thomas George Roddick, George Ross - 1888
...remembered being, in fact, the functional excitement." The same idea is expressed by Dr. Carpenter, that our nervous system grows to the modes in which it has been exercised ; and he further remarks that it is " the universallyadmitted fact that any sequence of mental action...
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Alienist and Neurologist, Band 9

Charles Hamilton Hughes - 1888
...thing remembered being in fact the functional excitement." The same idea is expressed by Dr. Carpenter, that our nervous system grows to the modes in which it has been exercised; and he further remarks that it is "the universally-admitted fact that any sequence of mental action...
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Joint Documents ... for the Year ..., Teil 3,Ausgabe 1

Michigan. Legislature - 1889
...enforces the same idea and outlines the entire philosophy of habit in the following brief sentence, viz: " Our nervous system grows to the modes in which it has been exercised." It has been said that a child is a bundle of possibilities, and it may, with equal truthfulness, be...
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Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction

Michigan. Department of Public Instruction - 1889
...enforces the same idea and outlines the entire philosophy of habit in the following brief sentence, viz: " Our nervous system grows to the modes in which it has been exercised." It has been said that a child is a bundle of possibilities, and it may, with equal truthfulness, be...
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Habit

William James - 1890 - 68 Seiten
...this way that what is early 'learned by heart* becomes branded in (as it were) upon the cerebrum; so that its ' traces ' are never lost, even though the...the movements required to achieve a given result, ma^es them more accurate and diminishes fatigue. "The beginner at the piano not only moves his finger...
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The Principles of Psychology, Band 1

William James - 1890 - 1393 Seiten
...may endure to the end of life, like the scar of a wound." Dr. Carpenter's phrase that our nervoiis system grows to the modes in which it has been exercised...habit simplifies the movements required to achieve a gtven result, makes them more accurate and diminishes fatigue. ,— "The beginner at the piano not...
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Homiletic Review, Band 23

1892
...our bodies we call the ncrrous tyttem. A great and authoritative student in these matters tells us that ' ' our nervous system grows to the modes in which it has been exercised." Habit does two things : it simplifies movement ; the groove for the movement has, so to speak, been...
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American journal of psychiatry, Band 48

1892
...the means which must be used for its redemption and preservation. Carpenter (quoted by James) says: "Our nervous system grows to the modes in •which it has been •exercised." "Habit," says James, "simplifies the movements * Jumcs' Psychology. required to achieve a given result,...
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