conditioned reflex


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TWITMYER AND IVAN PAVLOV: THE CASE OF THE CONDITIONED REFLEX
West remarks, however, that it was because of Richards's adoption of conditioned reflex as an explanation for all mental activities, that he thought our stock responses or previous experiences decide the value of poems to a great extent.
I use a bed preferably as this better facilitates the establishment of the conditioned reflex of wakening at night when the child sleeps in his or her own bed.
Scoffing at puns is a conditioned reflex, and through the centuries groan-ups have aimed a steady barrage of libel and slander at pun ladies and pun gents.
It was a conditioned reflex that has been with me forever.
In six weeks time the conditioned reflex to smoke with coffee then disappears.
However, a conditioned reflex is a learned response, as when you see a red light, you automatically put your foot on the brake.
Throughout the active avoidance conditioned reflex development period in resuscitated rats, a significantly smaller number of reactions (1.
In this way, Parlor demonstrated the importance of die conditioned reflex ('bedingter' Reflex/ 'reflexe' condition-'ne/riflesso condizionato') both in animal and human behaviour.
Prince had developed what became known as a conditioned reflex,
The seven levels of this hierarchy are: (1) instinct, (2) unconditioned reflex, (3) conditioned reflex, (4) subconscious reaction, (5) conscious reaction of the first rank, (6) conscious reaction of the second rank, and (7) conscious reaction of the third rank (Figure 1).
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