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The relative plasticity. Is there anything
between the degree of emotional variability, persisting in the adult period
life and character of mental development from the mass, complexity, and
speed? The animal Kingdom gives us many data for
associating an inferior and more rapidly ending emotional type
the relatively automatic nature. Low organized creation,
led almost entirely one reflective actions are only
in a very low degree and capable of change caused by individual
experience. As the complexity of the nervous structure, the actions of the animal
limited to less and less well-known, pre-set limits; with
the approach to the higher animals the individual experiences get all
a greater and greater share in the management actions of the animal: i.e. ascending
the ladder of the animal Kingdom, we notice a steady increase in the ability
to perceive new experiences and to benefit from these acquisitions.
Between the lower and the higher human races seen similar
contrast. Many travelers speak of the immutability of the customs of savages.
Blanket the peoples of the East the past and the present time was different
and now is different, more harsh inflexibility of custom, more than
the civilized Nations of the West. The history of the most civilized peoples of our
time shows us that they have been in former times the mutability of ideas and
habits were much less than now. Finally, if we compare between
him the different classes of our own society or even different
personalities, we will see that the most developed in mental terms
different and most mental plasticity To the study of comparative
plasticity of mental development can be easily attached
research about its relationship to the social order, in establishing
which it participates by its influence, and which, in turn,
affects her.