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" The circulation is feeble, and however much advance is made intellectually in the summer, some amount of retrogression may be expected in the winter. Their mental and physical capabilities are, in fact, directly as the temperature. The improvement which... "
On Some of the Mental Affections of Childhood and Youth: Being the ... - Page 216
by J. Langdon Down - 1887 - 307 pages
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The Science and Practice of Medicine in Relation to Mind: The Pathology of ...

John Thompson Dickson - Insanity - 1874 - 464 pages
...systematic training considerable manipulative power may be obtained. The circulation is feeble, and whatever advance is made intellectually in the summer, some...effects in them is greatly in excess of what would be predicted if any one did not know the characteristics of the type. The life expectancy, however, is...
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The Science and Practice of Medicine in Relation to Mind: The Pathology of ...

John Thompson Dickson - Insanity - 1874 - 464 pages
...systematic training considerable manipulative power may be obtained. The circulation is feeble, and whatever advance is made intellectually in the summer, some...effects in them is greatly in excess of what would be predicted if any one did not know the characteristics of the type. The life expectancy, however, is...
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A manual of psychological medicine, by J.C. Bucknill and D.H. Tuke

Sir John Charles Bucknill - 1879 - 815 pages
...co-ordinating faculty is abnormal, the circulation is feeble ; the improvement which training effects is greatly in excess of what would be predicated, if one did not know the characteristics of this type ; the life-expectancy is, however, far below the average and the tendency is to tuberculosis...
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A manual of psychological medicine, by J.C. Bucknill and D.H. Tuke

Sir John Charles Bucknill - 1879 - 815 pages
...co-ordinating faculty is abnormal, the circulation is feeble; the improvement which training effects is greatly in excess of what would be predicated, if one did not know the characteristics of this type ; the life-expectancy is, however, far below the average and the tendency is to tuberculosis...
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A Manual of Psychological Medicine, Containing the Lunacy Laws: The Nosology ...

Sir John Charles Bucknill, Daniel Hack Tuke - Mental health laws - 1879 - 815 pages
...co-ordinating faculty is abnormal, the circulation is feeble ; tho improvement which training effects is greatly in excess of what would be predicated, if one did not know the characteristics of this type ; the life-expectancy is, however, far below tho average and the tendency is to tuberculosis...
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Wood's Medical and surgical monographs, Volume 10

1891
...abnormal, but may be greatly improved by training. The circulation is usually feeble, and whatever advance is made intellectually in the summer some...amount of retrogression may be expected in the winter. They undergo, in fact, a species of hibernation; not only are they prone to chilblains and frost-bite,...
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Wood's Medical and Surgical Monographs: Consisting of Original Treatises and ...

Medicine - 1891
...abnormal, but may be greatly improved by training. The circulation is usually feeble, and whatever advance is made intellectually in the summer some...amount of retrogression may be expected in the winter. They undergo, in fact, a species of hibernation; not only are they prone to chilblains and frost-bite,...
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Diseases of infancy and childhood

Louis Fischer - 1907 - 979 pages
...co-ordinating faculty is abnormal; the circulation is feeble; the improvement which training effects is greatly in excess of what would be predicated if one did not know the characteristics of this type; the life-ex pectancy is, howę*\ur( far below the average, and the tendency is to tuberculosis."...
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Down's Syndrome: The Pshychology of Mongolism

David Gibson - Medical - 1978 - 366 pages
...strengthened. By systematic training considerable manipulative power may be obtained' (p. 261). And again 'The improvement which training effects in them is greatly in excess of what would be predicted if anyone did not know the characteristics of the type' (p. 262). To the acceptance of maturational...
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Down's Syndrome: Children Growing Up

Janet Carr, Janet H. Carr - Medical - 1995 - 202 pages
...greatly strengthened. By systematic training, considerable manipulative power may be obtained. . . . The improvement which training effects in them is...life expectancy, however, is far below the average. Thus, Langdon Down not only gave a description of the people whose condition now bears his name but...
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