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pavlovian

adjective Referring to the theories delineated by Pavlov, which is understood to mean conditioned reflexes that occurs after certain stimulation.
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In the year before last, Alexander founded a club of lovers of the Pavlovian chicken "Pavlovsky khoroshka".
The objective of this article is not to exhaustively review the details of the methods and results of the many studies published on behavioral momentum theory, although it does provide a review of the momentum literature to highlight references to Pavlovian processes in behavioral momentum.
Mowrer went beyond the Pavlovian conception of language as a "second signal system" and conceived the symbolic relations among events in terms of "sentences".
This outcome, however, is precisely what Todes focuses on when he writes about the fate of Pavlovian theory.
Swithers says that it will take more research to untangle whether these results are consistent with her Pavlovian hypothesis--that is, whether the gut changes are triggered by fouling up our bodies' learned responses to sweetness.
Morris and Dan McDuff found that they were wasting about 50 hours a week on Facebook so to stop their addiction they turned to Pavlovian method.
These S-O and S-R associations are the two associations that have been traditionally discussed within Pavlovian learning situations (e.
BY HOUNDS, we mean lawyers; not that we're necessarily comparing lawyers to dogs, but the former do have something of a Pavlovian response to new regulation and the potential "opportunity" it affords .
Bad cliches play racquetball with your mind while the Pavlovian Chinese water tactics gradually work their magic.
THE OTHER PAVLOVIAN EFFECT Stephen Kosslyn, director of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford, is most impressed by Pavlovian conditioning, in which a neutral stimulus such as a sound comes to be associated with a reward, such as food, producing a response, such as salivation.