A hundred years ago:Psychological aspects of food idiosyncrasies in infants. Practitioner 2014; 258 (1772):34

Psychological aspects of food idiosyncrasies in infants

23 Jun 2014Pais-up subscribers

A HUNDRED YEARS AGO: In older individuals, in whom the powers of reason have become developed, the direct influence of suggestion may be counteracted by innumerable inhibitions, but in babies, animals and hypnotized individuals the call of suggestion is imperative, and the exact form the response takes is determined by the nature of the previous responses, in other words by habit.

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