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Full text of "Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals"

INDEX.

ABSTRACTION.

BULMEB.

ABSTRACTION, 226.

Actions, reflex, 35; coughing,
sneezing, <fec., 35; muscular ac-
tion of decapitated frog, 36; clos-
ing the eyelids, 38 ; starting, 38-
41; contraction of the iris, 41.

Admiration, 289.

Affirmation, signs of, 272.

Albinos, blushing in, 312, 326.

Alison, Professor, 31.

Ambition, 261.

Anatomical drawings by Henle, 5.

Anatomy and Philosophy of Ex-
 pression, 2.

Anderson, Dr., 106, n. Sff.

Anger, as a stimulant, 79; expres-
sion, 244; in monkeys, 136. See
also Rage.

Animals, special expressions ofJ115.
See also Expression.

------, habitual associated move-
ments in the lower, 42-49; dogs,
43; wolves and jackals, 44;
horses, 45; cats, 46; chickens.
47; sheldrakes, &c.7 48.

Annesley, Lieut, K. A., 124, n. &

Antithesis, the principle of, 50;
dogs, 50, 57; cats, 56; conven-
tional signs, 61.

Anxiety, 176.

Ape, the Gibbon, produces musical
sounds, 87.

Arrectores pili, 101,103.

Association, the power of, 31; in-
stances of, 31, 32.

Astonishment, 278; in monkeys,
142.

Audubon, 98, n. 14.

Avarice, 261.

Azara, 126, a. 0, 128, n. 7.

Baboon, the Anubis, 95,133,137.
Bain, Mr., 8, 31,198,. j, 213, . ,
290, . iff, 327, n. 25.

Baker, Sir Samuel, 113.

Barber, Mrs., 21, 10T, n. j, 263,

288.
Bartlett, Mr., 44, 48, 112, 122,134,

136.

Behn, Dr., 310.
Bell, Mr., 293.
-----, Sir Charles, 1, 9, 22, 49,115,

120, 128, n. 8, 144, 157, 171, 210,

n. 17, 218, 220, 304, 336.
Bennett, 0., 138, a. 16.
Bergeon, 168, n. SI.
Bernard, Claude, 37, 68, 70, n. 5.
Billiard-player, grestnres of the, 5.
Birds  ruffle their  feathers when

angry. 97; when frightened ad-
press them, 99.

Blair, the Rev. E. H., 311, 351.
Blind, tendency of the, to blush.

310.
Blushing, 309; inheritance of, 311;

in the various races of man, 315;

movements and gestures vhieh

accompany,  320;   confusion of

mind, 322; the  nature  of the

mental states which induce, 35;

shyness,   329;   moral   causes:

guilt, 332; breaches of etiquette,

333; modesty, 333 ; theory o

S36.

Blyth, Mr., 07.
Bowman, Mr., 159, *. 1& 160, a. #,

165, 169, 225.
Brehm, 96, 128, 1ST,  . If,  ISS,

n. 15.

Bridges, Mr., 22, S46t 260, SIT.
Bridgman, Laura, 1%, 212,  27S,

285, 310.

Brinton, Dr., 158, *. IS.
Brodie, Sir B., S40.
Brooke, the Eajth, SO, aOT.
Brown, Dr. R, 108, *. 39.
Browne, Dr. J. Criebtm, IS, ^ n.

10, 154, 188, 197,

2$5, 31S, SS9, n. S9.
BueknUL Brn S96.
BiilmernMr- J-i 3ft, aOT, ffQ, 5^

S90.