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Definition of Hyperconscious
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Literary usage of Hyperconscious
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1. Popular Science Monthly (1904)
"Such are the stiff or awkward and certain hyperconscious positions assumed by a lady when arrayed for display in public; witness the indrawn elbows, ..."
2. Educational Problems by Granville Stanley Hall (1911)
"... and the pedagogic question is what can be done at the right time, without making the child hyperconscious of being either very good or very bad. ..."
3. International Clinics by Henry W. Cattell (1902)
"The recognition of Pott's disease is to be based upon evidences of pain as described, the rigidity of the spine, the hyperconscious gait, the contracted ..."
4. Digest of State Laws Relating to Public Education in Force January 1, 1915 by Stephen Beauregard Weeks, William Ross Hood, Algernon Sidney Ford (1916)
"... and he should avoid the introduction of hyperconscious- ness in the child in matters away above the child's intelligence. THE NECESSITY FOR PARENTAL ..."