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On Memory

  • W. Burridge (a1)

In previous communications I have shown that the excitation processes mediating mind are essentially due to an interaction between Ca salts and colloids; also that behind a response or thought of a particular size there can lie an infinite series of excitation processes differing in the proportions of the two interacting factors. This composition next determines the type, or quality, of thought.

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1 Burridge W., Journ. Ment. Sci., July, 1929, p. 383.
2 Idem, ibid, p. 400.
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On Memory

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