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Habituation, Sensitization, and Behavior.

Author: Harman Peeke
Publisher: Oxford : Elsevier Science, 1984.
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Peeke, Harman.
Habituation, Sensitization, and Behavior.
Oxford : Elsevier Science, ©1984
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Harman Peeke
ISBN: 9780323148566 0323148565
OCLC Number: 831117046
Notes: III. Methodological Problems.
Description: 1 online resource (486 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Habituation, Sensitization, and Behavior; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Contributors; Preface; Chapter 1. Approaches, Constructs, and Terminology for the Study ofResponse Change in the Intact Organism; I. Introduction; II. Level of Constructs; III. Operations and Terminology: Sources of Confusion; IV. Associative and Nonassociative Learning: Short- and Long-Term Effects of Experience; V. The Field and the Laboratory; VI. Summary; References; PART I:Theory and Methods; Chapter 2. A Two-Factor Dual-Process Theory of Habituation and Sensitization; I. Introduction. II. Historical DevelopmentsIII. Habituation of White-crowned Sparrows (Zonotrichia leucophrys nuttalli) to Playback of Territorial Song; IV. Two-Factor Dual-Process Theory; References; Chapter 3. A Theory of the Mechanism of Habituation: The Assignment of Responses to Stimuli; I. Introduction; II. The Primary-Comparator Model; III. Applications of the Model; IV. Discussion; Appendix: Glossary of Symbols; References; Chapter 4. Memory and Habituation; I. Introduction; II. SOP: A Theory of Automatic Memory Processing; III. Analysis of Transient Response Depression. IV. Associative Basis of Durable Response DecrementsV. Concurrent Stimulation and Habituation; VI. Effects of Stimulus Intensity and Interstimulus Interval; VII. Conditioned Modulation of the Unconditioned Response; VIII. Conclusion; References; Chapter 5. An Evaluation of Statistical Strategies to Analyze Repeated-Measures Data; I. Introduction; II. Statistical Procedures Used to Detect Response Changes; III. Methods to Detect Stimulus Generalization, Dishabituation, andSpontaneous Recovery; IV. Additional Problems; V. Strategy of this Chapter; VI. Simulated Data; VII. Real Data. VIII. DiscussionIX. Recommendations; X. Approaches to Theory Construction; References; PART II:Basic Processes; Chapter 6. An Introduction to Cellular Approaches Used in the Analysis of Habituation and Sensitization in Aplysia; I. Introduction; II. Behavioral Approaches; III. Cellular Approaches; IV. Relationship between Simple Forms of Nonassociative and Associative Learning; V. Summary and Perspectives; References; Chapter 7. Habituation of Central Nervous System Evoked Potentials:Intrinsic Habituation Examined in Neocortex, Allocortex, and Mesencephalon; I. Introduction. II. The Experimental PreparationsIII. Tissue Preparation; IV. Experimental Design; V. Results: Intrinsic Habituation in the Central Nervous System; VI. Discussion; References; Chapter 8. Intrinsic and Extrinsic Mechanisms of Habituation and Sensitization: Implications for the Design and Analysis of Experiments; I. Introduction; II. Response Decrement and Response Increment of Acoustic Startle; III. Modulatory Pathways; IV. Summary Analysis of Response Change during Stimulus Repetition; References; Chapter 9. Do Human Evoked Potentials Habituate?; I. Introduction; II. Human Evoked Potentials.

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