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The Science of Human Nature

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At first when the child sees theexpression "nine times nine, " he does not say "eighty-one. " The stimulusbrings about no definite action. It is as likely to go out through E orF as through D. But suppose we can get the child to say "nine times nineequals eighty-one. " We can write the expression on the blackboard andhave the child look at it and say "nine times nine equals eighty-one. "Suppose the act of saying "eighty-one" is brought about by thenerve-current going out through nerve-chain D. ...By repetition, weestablish a bond. A stimulus of a particular kind comes through A, goesover B to C, and out over D, making muscles at M bring about a verydefinite action in saying "eighty-one. " [Illustration: FIGURE II. --THE ORGANIZATION OF TENDENCIES] From the point of view of physiology, the process of habit-formationconsists in securing a particular nerve coupling, establishing aparticular nerve path, so that a definite form of stimulation will bringabout a definite form of response. A nerve tendency is simply thelikelihood that a stimulus will take a certain course rather than anyother.

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