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2861 Volume 12 1950 2862 Volume 12 10-Jun-50
Summary: A stimulus contains, in addition to its obvious content, derived and integrated components. (Not so much the stimulus contains them as that it will affect the nervous system as if it did) This is the principle: the 'stimulus' contains everything the nervous system can transform it into. Futile, therefore, is it to worry much about the exact details of the presentation. (Continued 2878)
Summary: A process, in natural selection, that cannot reach a steady state but moves like the Flying Dutchman.
Stimulus nature of 2215 2896 6752
Natural Selection [32]: Predators tend to diverge from the usual appearance. This process has no resting state 2862.
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