Temporary activation of perceptual-motor associations: A stimulus-response
interpretation of automaticity.
and stimulus-stimulus relations in children and adults: Assessing training order effects.
The behaviorist stimulus-response
model that explains the strong direct influences of media on the audience is one of Lasswell's schema extensions.
Furthermore, in both experiments the sizes of the Simon effect were very similar for onset and offset targets suggesting abstract stimulus-response
Learning--The learner acquires a precise response to a discriminated stimulus.
Such experiments demolish the old notion of behaviorism, which held that rats (and people, for that matter) were little more than stimulus-response
However, maximizing the rates of deep learning and understanding is dependent on counteracting student and faculty preferences for the polar opposite of active learning which is passive or stimulus-response
These differences represent differences in stimulus-response
relations and, ultimately, in the programing involved in building a reading comprehension repertoire.
From Blackwell's Visibility Level to Rea's models of Relative Visual Performance, we have learned much about the nature of the stimulus-response
relationships relating to human visual performance.
Crone, Bunge, van der Molen, Ridderinkhof, (2006) tested the hypothesis that developmental changes in task switch performance were associated with changes in facilitating or interfering effect of the previously retrieved stimulus-response
Years of scrupulous research in bioelectrical stimulus-response
mechanisms provided the foundation needed for Dr.
Cognitive psychologists and most linguists have argued that language behavior cannot be learned "simply" through stimulus-response
relations (Chomsky, 1959).