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  • adj. Alternative form of excitomotory.

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Examples

  • Professor Tarchanoff does not profess to give any positive explanation of these facts, but he inclines to the view that ` the voluntary muscles, being furnished with excitomotor and depressant fibers, act in relation to the music similarly to the heart -- that is to say, that joyful music resounds along the excitomotor fibers, and sad music along the depressant or inhibitory fibers. '

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Professor Tarchanoff does not profess to give any positive explanation of these facts, but he inclines to the view that 'the voluntary muscles, being furnished with excitomotor and depressant fibers, act in relation to the music similarly to the heart -- that is to say, that joyful music resounds along the excitomotor fibers, and sad music along the depressant or inhibitory fibers.'

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Thus, vanilla, according to Eloy, deserves to be much more frequently used therapeutically than it is, on account of its excitomotor properties; he states that its qualities as an excitant of sexual desire have long been recognized and that Fonssagrives used to prescribe it for sexual frigidity. [

    Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 4 Sexual Selection In Man

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