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" represented to us his senses as in such a state of inertia, that this unfortunate youth was found, according to his report, very inferior to some of our domestic animals. His eyes were without steadiness, without expression, wandering from one object... "
An Historical Account of the Discovery and Education of a Savage Man, Or of ... - Pagina 20
door Jean Marc Gaspard Itard - 1802 - 148 pagina’s
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Abnormal Psychology and Education

Frank Watts - 1924 - 220 pagina’s
...was most capricious; while his habits were disgusting. "Citizen Pinel represented his senses to us as in such a state of inertia that this unfortunate youth was found inferior to some of our domestic animals." 16 Itard resolved to undertake the boy's education in order...
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