"Previous research has shown that the normal human fetus habituates
, but habituation rates are altered if the fetus is exposed to reduced oxygen levels, maternal smoking, maternal sedatives, and impaired fetal growth," he added.
"This failure to habituate
provides a novel neural mechanism for understanding the shy and cautious behavior that is characteristic of inhibited individuals," said Jennifer Urbano Blackford, Ph.D., assistant professor of Psychiatry and Psychology and lead author of the study.
Early timings, as is practiced in Bahrain, is good as it habituates
children to wake up early every day, thereby giving them enough time for themselves and to foster their innate talents.
One clear example today is how the Internet not only provides resources for more information, but habituates
persons to interactive communication.
Through interviews with both real and imagined women, the book explores a number of societies, showing how in each one, starting in childhood, the woman habituates
the glass corridors through which she must learn to move." The story travels in time as well as place, going back in history to the journal of a female Marco Polo, supposedly written in the thirteenth century.
Ian Hamilton, Q.C., wig, gown and fall apart, bears scant resemblance to the Scottish Silk, dour or douce, who normally habituates
the ringing stone passages and panelled justice halls of Edinburgh's High Court of Justiciary.
After a series of such stimuli, the snail habituates
, ignoring the water jets.
Fifthly, if a person habituates
themselves to one place, their mind gets used to the area and they can rev it up to actually make themselves want to work.