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eye exercise?" Mather was permitting himself only a very low percentage of curiosity in his question, but Jones took it as a request for more information. And once again he improved his position.
" Well, I gather it is practically nothing but a physical method-something which can be definitely tested."
That certainly reassured Mather, who was one of the almost wholly physiological psychologists.
" Well, go ahead. Describe the method."
Jones knew that this would be the turning point. He tried to preserve the favorable position he had won. But in a few minutes it was clear that he had lost heavily. He could only conclude rather feebly, "Let's try."
And then, when he thought he had failed, there came that queer little hint of interest, if only nervous interest. Jones, like many florid optimistic men, was a diabetic and had been on insulin quite a while. Little upsets like this told on him more than he chose to own to himself. His nervousness was disguised-even to himself-rather than lessened by his outward cheerfulness. He began to feel his need of the routine shot. But if Mather was going to yield, he must be pushed now. Mather fidgeted, put his hand in his pocket, pulled it out empty, and then said, "Oh, very well, let's get it over and show there's nothing in it. After all, a great deal of science still consists in pricking the bubbles of superstition!" It was hardly a gracious offer to cooperate, but Jones was ready to take it.
" The first thing is what is called the heart-contact," he said. "We have to sit as close as we can, directly opposite one another."

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