blocking effect


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blocking effect

In classic conditioning, the failure of a new stimulus to become a conditioned stimulus, if accompanied by an already effective conditioned stimulus during the conditioning phase.
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This action might, at least partially, be due to the neuromuscular transmission blocking effect of topiramate.
The blocking effect occurs when pairings of a stimulus and an outcome prevent subsequent conditioning of a second stimulus, which is presented simultaneously with the first, and followed by the same outcome (A+, AX+).
induced contractions argues against a blocking effect of the extract on voltage-dependent L-type [Ca.
The change in structure can also be linked to a robust blocking effect of the cationic surfactant of solanum tuberosum juice and Al dispatched oxide films which might influence nuclei replenishment and impact smaller grain size.
Vari-Stem Plugs work by creating a blocking effect within the drill hole by wedging the stemming material between the drill hole wall and plug.
Guaranteed blocking effect of the product the Tyre Killer is through solid blocking spikes.
Moreover, assuming full transfer from the L1, Whong-Barr and Schwartz (2002) and Oh (2010) found that similarities between the native and the target language would facilitate the acquisition of a specific construction, whereas differences between the two languages would hinder the acquisition due to a negative blocking effect of the L1.
The softly rounded frame is a throwback to 1960s preppy fashion and is available with clever colour blocking effect layers of red and navy on the frame front, offset with pure red temples.
We tested how these manipulations affected the maintenance of the selective blocking effect.
This study examines if the blocking effect paradigm predicts causal judgments when consequences of events vary in valence and magnitude.
Junaid Esmail Makda, Vice President, KCCI, at the meeting also suggested reviewing the sensitive list under South Asia Free Trade Agreement (SAFTA), which has a blocking effect on Pakistani goods to enter into the Indian markets.