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

370

IMPOTENCE.

INDEX.

MUSIC.

Impotence, 263.

Indignation, 244

Infants, expression in, 13; crying
of, 147; weeping, 152.

Inflation of the body, &c., 104; in
toads and frogs, 104; chameleons,
&c., 105; snakes, 105-110.

Inheritance of habitual gestures,
33, ^. 8; blushing, 311.

Innes, Dr., 266.

Intercommunication, power of, with
social animals, 60; deaf and
dumb, 61; dogs and cats, 63.

J.

Jealousy, 79, 261.

Jerdon, Dr., 108.

Job, description of fear by, 291.

Joy, expression of, 75, 196; in
young children, 76; dogs, horses,
76; monkeys, 132; high spirits,
cheerfulness, 210; love, tender
feelings, 212.

Jukes, Mr. J. B., 274.

Kangaroos, 113.

Kindermann.Herr, 23,147, n. 1.
King, Major Ross, 112.
Kissing, 214.
Kolliker, 100.

Lacy, Mr. Dyson, 19, 230, 241.

Lane, Mr. H. B., 20.

Lang, Mr. Archibald GL, 20, 320.

Langstaff, Dr., 147,151, 313.

Language, gesture, 61.

Laughter, 91,131,163; in monkeys,
131; joy expressed by, 196; in
children, 196; in idiots, 197; in
grown-up persons, 198; caused
by tickling, 199; sparkling eye,
204; tears caused by excessive,
206; among Hindoos, Malays,
&c., 207; to conceal feelings, 212;
incipient, in a baby, 209.

Lavater, G-., 3, n. , 210, n. 17.

Lawson, 107, n. 28.

Laycock, Professor, 338.

Le Brun, 1, 4, 245, n. IS.

Leichhardt, 260.

Lempine, M., 2, 357.

Lessing's Laocoon, 14, n. 19.

Leydig, 101,103.

Lieber, Mr. F., 197, n. $, 273.

Lister, Mr., 101,199, n. 6.

Litchfield, Mr., 89.

Lizards, 105.

Lockwood, the Rev. S., 87, n. S.

Lorain, M,, 74, n. 9.

Love, maternal, 78; of the opposite

sexes, 78;   expression,  of,   212;

kissing, a mark of, 214; excites

tears, 214.
Low spirits, 176.
Lubbock, Sir John, 154, 214, n. 22.

M.

Man, special expressions of, 146.
See also Expression.

Mankind, Early History of, 256,
n.6.

Marshall, Mr., 155, n. 9,197, n. 8.

Martin, W. L., 131,136,140, n. 17.

Maitius, 318.

Matthews, Mr. Washington, 22,
228, 256, 268, 275, 289.

Maudsley, Dr., 36, n. 10, 40, n. 14,
244, 340. .-#?.

Mauvaise honte, 329.

May, Mr. A., 25.

' Me" canisme de la Physionomie Hu-
maine,711, n. 16.

Meditation, 226 ; often accompanied
by certain gestures, 228.

Meyer, Dr. Adolf, 274.

Mind, confusion of, while blushing,
322.

Modesty, 333.

Monkeys, 60; power of intercom-
munication and expression of, 60,
88, 96; their special expressions,
130; pleasure, joy, <fec., 131, 213;
painful emotions, 134; anger, 136;
redden with passion, 137; scream-
ing, 138; sulkiness in, 138; frown-
ing in, 141; astonishment, terror
in, 142.

Moose-deer, the, 112.

Moreau, M., 3, 210, 314.

Mouth, depression of the corners,
191-195; closure expresses deci-
sion, 233-236.

Movements, symbolic, 6; sympa-
thetic, 7; accompanying blush-
ing, 320.

-----, associated habitual, in the

lower animals, 42-49 ; dogs, 43;
wolves and jackals, 44-horses,
45; cats, 46; chickens, 47"; shel-
drakes, <feo., 48.

Mowbray on Poultry, 47, n. 18.

Miiller, Dr. Ferdinand, 20.

-----, Fritz, 11, 29, n. 2, 68, n. 2, 71,

n. 6, 268.

Music, 217.