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Individual Experience 4 The Subjective side
of Perceptual Procons 9 Affective Tone of Attention
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according acquired action activity actual animal appears apprehended arise association attention aware become behaviour bodily body called certain character colour combination complex connected consciousness consists continuity corresponding course definite depends determined direction discernible dispositions distinct distinguish effect emotion essential example existence experience expression extension external fact factors feeling follow further give hand ideal ideas imitation immediate important impulse individual instance instinctive intensity interest involves kind learning less light material means mental merely mind modes motor movements nature nervous object observation occur organic original pass perceived perception person physical position possible practical present produce Psychology question reference regarded relation relatively result sensations sense separate sight signs similar situation sound specific stimulus successive supposed surface things thought tion touch train unity varying visual whole