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Habituation and sensitization are used to refer to underlying theoretical processes, and behavior changes are described at the response level. Comprised of 12 chapters, this book begins with an overview of approaches, constructs, and terminology used in the study of response change in the intact organism.
Keywordshabituation–sensitization–evolution–learning–behavior–homeostasis–behavioral homeostasis–sensoristasis. Simple non-associative learning processes, habituation and sensitization, are known to be systemically involved in different neurotransmissions, and these processes in the vestibular nucleus (VN) often show opposite responding patterns to repeated stimuli. However, their roles and mechanisms of the reciprocal responses at the cellular level are still elusive.
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A behavioural and hic study of autistic children. Infant behavior and development in relation to fetal movement and habituation. Neural and behavioural mechanisms of habituation and sensitisation. In T. J. Tighe & R. N. Leaton (Ed., Habituation (pp. 49–93). Hutt, . von Bernuth, . Lenard, H. Hutt, S. & Prechtl, H. F. (1968). Child Development, 57(6), 1475–1482. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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eBook ISBN: 9780323148566. Habituation and sensitization are used to refer to underlying theoretical processes, and behavior changes are described at the response level.
Habituation and sensitization constitute the two major forms of non-associative learning and are opposite to each other in terms of the elicited responses upon continual presentation of the stimulus.
Psychological behaviorism is a form of behaviorism - a major theory within psychology which holds that generally human behaviors are learned - proposed by Arthur W. Staats. The theory is constructed to advance from basic animal learning principles to deal with all types of human behavior, including personality, culture, and human evolution.