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Another kind of patient in which general threat has been demonstrated is the
brain-injured patient as studied by Gelb, Goldstein, Scheerer, and others. The
only way in which these patients can ultimately be understood is to assume that
For instance, Pavlov (241) has shown that the basic physiological temperament
of the animal must be of a certain kind, or the external conflict situation will not
produce any internal conflict. And, of course, we are interested not in conflict ...
Indeed, it most often is part of that state, e.g., the stupidity of the moron, the smile
and the springy walk of the healthy person, the benevolent mien of the kind and
affectionate, the beauty of the beautiful woman, the slumping posture, lowered ...
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