10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DYNAMOGENY»
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Cezanne and Modernism: The Poetics of Painting
As a positivist, Henry believed he had discovered, in his abstract patterns of
dynamogeny and inhibition, facts of psychological associationism that could be
elevated to laws of aesthetic emotional response.38 To verify his aesthetic laws,
Suspensions of Perception: Attention, Spectacle, and Modern ...
2Crt I've already mentioned that one aspect of the quasi-system of dynamogeny
and inhibition was its relation to hypnosis. Brown- Sequard explicitly insisted that
the work of James Braid (with whom the modern study of hypnosis begins) was ...
Seurat and the art theory of his time
He also conducted an experiment which made it obvious that every inhibition
subsequently gave rise, to dynamogeny: 'M. Brown-Sequard takes two rabbits or
two cats: in the animal with the less active heart he galvanises the vagus nerves,
Michael F. Zimmermann, Georges Seurat, 1991
Nineteenth-century Theories of Art
I have studied the conditions of continuity and discontinuity, which are nothing
other than the conditions of dynamogeny and inhibition of physiological functions
, and I have mathematically made precise the forms of perception imposed by ...
Joshua Charles Taylor, 1987
Details of Consequence: Ornament, Music, and Art in Paris
Henry's theories across the arts.66 Drawing on Henry's thoughts on dynamogeny
, Arguelles describes Art Nouveau as “a dynamogenous Style, whose forms are
self-developing and symbolic in the sense of. appealing directly to the ...
Gurminder Kaur Bhogal, 2013
Psychology Gets in the Game: Sport, Mind, and Behavior, ...
Recherches expérimentales et cliniques sur l'inhibition et la dynamogénie [
Experimental and clinical research on inhibition and dynamogeny]. Gazette
hebdomadaire de Médecine et de Chirurgie, 2e série, tome 19: 35–36, 53–55, 75
Christopher D. Green, Ludy T. Benjamin, 2009
Psychology: Pythagoras to Present
In those cases the effect is called dynamogeny. When we grip a hand
dynamometer that measures the force that we can exert, we find that hearing high
and loud musical notes increases our force and that hearing sad and low notes
The Architectonic Colour: Polychromy in the Purist ...
In Henry's view, dynamogeny and inhibition were primal phenomena of the
psychic which became manifest due to movement. 'There are no perceptions
without changes in the organs.' External movement, and therefore also
perception, leads ...
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
... in which there is a defective dynamogeny by reason of the thalamus not
exercising over the lower executive centers the coordinating authority that it
should, and in this way throwing the neuromuscular apparatus and all its
dependencies into ...
A law of diffusion of stimulus in the brain ascribed to Alexander Bain of blesed
memory—whose ghost still walks some ancient galleries of thought in France—
gives us dynamogeny ; and pleasure is dynamogeny. Féré is called upon to ...