In the ideational processes there is a continual interaction among the elements out of which they are formed.
The law of benign stupor is a limitation of energy, emotion and ideational content.
Sometimes there is a development of this symptom from others which seem to be ideational in their origin.
All that has been already said of these phenomena is applicable to this movement of ideational origin.
Inhibition: Restraint (Special) limitation of function, physical or ideational, due to unconscious emotional attitudes.
We have, in other words, been assuming that language moves entirely in the ideational or cognitive sphere.
Rather, however, they are due to peculiarities of the ideational and emotional centers.
Real causal efficiency cannot of course occur here, for phenomena are ideational products.
It is easy to apply this notion of inhibition to the case of our ideational processes.
Language and ideational processes developed together and are necessary to each other.