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This structure encompasses both

a) the register of the sensation, and

b) the response one gives to the sensation that has arrived. We define behavior as all of one's structure that manifests and acts from the centers of response.

Behavior varies depending on one's level of consciousness, or rather upon the whole state or moment in which one's structure finds itself. This state modulates both the intensity of the register of the sensation and the intensity and speed of the response to it. The term "register of the sensation" includes the register of both the image and the input from the memory.