Science and Human Behavior“It is either meaningless or idle to ask where the response resides until it summons strength enough to spring out into the open. We may also easily represent the activities by virtue of which the thinker gets an idea—at least so long as the behavior is overt. Special problems undoubtedly arise when it is not, but they are not peculiar to the analysis of thinking.” (p. 252)

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