Wikipedia Poem, No. 141

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“Short separations provoke an acute response known as protest, while prolonged separations yield the physiologic state of despair. … Even young rats evidence protest: when their mother is absent they emit nonstop ultrasonic cries, a plaintive chorus inaudible to our dull ape ears.” Lewis, Amini and Lannon

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Sources: 
- Lewis, Thomas, Fari Amini, and Richard Lannon. A General Theory of Love. New York: Vintage Books, 2001. Print.
- Tangen, Jason M, Sean C Murphy, and Matthew B Thompson. “Flashed Face Distortion Effect: Grotesque Faces from Relative Spaces.” Perception 40.5 (May 2011): 628–630. Web. 6 Mar. 2016.

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