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An examination of some parameters of learning under conditions of subliminal stimulation
Herbert Russell Gardner
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 53 leaves|
|Number of Pages||53|
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True False: 2. A response that occurs in the presence of an S D is said to be under stimulus control. True False: 3. The most effective method to teach a child to respond appropriately is to focus on a single salient feature of a stimulus. True False: 4. Prompts are offered before an S D is presented and failed to occasion a response. True. ____ Escape learning is a type of learning in which a. an organism's responding is influenced by the observation of others' behavior b. an organism engages in a response that brings aversive stimulation to an end c. a neutral stimulus acquires the ability to elicit a File Size: 90KB.
When the learning of a new skill or its performance under novel conditions is influenced by past experience with another skill or skills it is known as: a) selective attention. b) perceptual mode. OF HYPNOTIC SUGGESTION ON RESPONSE TO SUBLIMINAL AUDITORY CUES Virginia December. Sloan Chairperson: Major Dr. Harry Department subliminal stimulation (including subliminal psychodynamic activation subliminal semantic effects), under some conditions, but are nonetheless inaccessible awareness.g., hypnosis Another subgroup.
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Minimum stimulation needed to detect a particular stimulus 50% of the time. After some practice, Carol was able to read book while holding them upside down. This best illustrates A) perceptual adaptation.
Subliminal perception (SP) is today considered a well-supported theory stating that perception can occur without conscious awareness and have a significant impact on later behaviour and thought. effects of subliminal stimulation are used to demonstrate what sublim inal stimulation can do.
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Peripheral Perception Information Processing Without Awareness compiled and edited by E. Taylor, R. Sadana and R. Bey INTRODUCTION On numerous occasions Progressive Awareness Research has been asked to provide some sort of review of the literature regarding perception without awareness or what popularly is known as subliminal communication.
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People's response to subliminal stimulation indicates that: A) they are capable of processing information without any conscious awareness of doing so. B) their subconscious minds are incapable of resisting subliminally presented suggestions.
C) they are more sensitive to subliminal sounds than to subliminal sights. Coma and Related States. Even in human subjects, P3 can occur in response to subliminal stimulation, of which the subject is unaware. P3 may also reflect an automatic, and thus unconscious, component of speech comprehension.
intentional activity in these conditions, for some, but by no means for all, patients -- indeed, only a small. _____ processing refers to how the physical characteristics of stimuli influence their interpretation. A) Top-down B) Bottom-up C) Parapsychological D) Psychophysical 2.
The study of perception is primarily concerned with how we A) detect sights, sounds, and other stimuli. B) sense environmental stimuli. Such primary process associations may be more common under stringently subliminal conditions and/or when relevant motivational states are activated.
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The second conditioned stimulus then comes to elicit the conditioned response, even though it has never been directly paired with the unconditioned stimulus. This is a description of a procedure called: A) stimulus. A procedure in which a conditioned stimulus from one learning trial functions as the unconditioned stimulus in a new conditioning trial; the second conditioned stimulus comes to elicit the conditioned response, even though it has never been directly paired with the unconditioned stimulus.
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