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Darwin, Charles,1809-1882. Expression of the emotions in man and animals - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2009.

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Image of facing pages (p. 54-55) from The expression of the emotions in man and animals / by Charles Darwin. London : John Murray, 1872. Page 54 has illustration: Fig. 7. Half bred shepherd dog in the same state as in Fig. 5. Page 55 has illustration: Fig. 8. The same caressing his master. By Mr. A. May. Darwin's theory called not only for physical evolution, but also psychological evolution. Emotional expression, he argued, is not solely a human trait; it could be found in apes, monkeys, and many other animals.

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<p>Image of facing pages (p. 54-55) from The expression of the emotions in man and animals / by Charles Darwin. London : John Murray, 1872. Page 54 has illustration: Fig. 7. Half bred shepherd dog in the same state as in Fig. 5. Page 55 has illustration: Fig. 8. The same caressing his master. By Mr. A. May. Darwin's theory called not only for physical evolution, but also psychological evolution. Emotional expression, he argued, is not solely a human trait; it could be found in apes, monkeys, and many other animals.</p>
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[Shepherd dog]

Darwin, Charles,1809-1882. Expression of the emotions in man and animals - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2009.

<p>Image of facing pages (p. 54-55) from The expression of the emotions in man and animals / by Charles Darwin. London : John Murray, 1872. Page 54 has illustration: Fig. 7. Half bred shepherd dog in the same state as in Fig. 5. Page 55 has illustration: Fig. 8. The same caressing his master. By Mr. A. May. Darwin's theory called not only for physical evolution, but also psychological evolution. Emotional expression, he argued, is not solely a human trait; it could be found in apes, monkeys, and many other animals.</p>
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Image of facing pages (p. 54-55) from The expression of the emotions in man and animals / by Charles Darwin. London : John Murray, 1872. Page 54 has illustration: Fig. 7. Half bred shepherd dog in the same state as in Fig. 5. Page 55 has illustration: Fig. 8. The same caressing his master. By Mr. A. May. Darwin's theory called not only for physical evolution, but also psychological evolution. Emotional expression, he argued, is not solely a human trait; it could be found in apes, monkeys, and many other animals.

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