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Very soon the associative irradiation becomes more complex, and whole groups of emotional reactions are imitated.

As for the intellectual faculties, women are decidedly superior to men in memory, and possibly more rapid in associative thinking.

Principles of TeachingAdam S. Bennion

One has always to be careful not to give too much importance to one's own associative fancies in regard to the names of places.

No wonder that the associative memory has to be most carefully cultivated in golf.

The Soul of GolfPercy Adolphus Vaile

Without this power of associative memory we would not be able to reason.

Plain EnglishMarian Wharton

This is the Associative Law of Contiguity considered from the standpoint of recall.

The Trained MemoryWarren Hilton

The matter, therefore, in which associative imagination can be shown is 11.

Were you able to trace out the associative connection that caused the fact to appear?

The Mind and Its EducationGeorge Herbert Betts

Fancy is aggregative and associative,—Imagination is creative, motive.

Their individual interests must be greater and more insistent than their associative interests.

The Holy EarthL. H. Bailey

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