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Serial isolation effect as a function of instructions and stimulus intensity.

Keith D. Turner

Serial isolation effect as a function of instructions and stimulus intensity.

by Keith D. Turner

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Learning ability,
  • Learning, Psychology of,
  • Visual perception

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination22 l.
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13580482M
    OCLC/WorldCa29186969

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Isolation of items and the stimulus suffix effect Article (PDF Available) in Memory & Cognition 2(2) March with 28 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Reaction time (RT) decreases with stimulus intensity.

Hughes and Kesley () demonstrated, however, that the effect of stimulus intensity on simple RT is larger for manual than for saccadic. Start studying PhysioEx 2 Skeletal Muscle Physiology. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The stimulus intensity in the electrical changes that relate to the action potential.

After observing the effect of stimulating the isolated skeletal muscle multiple times in a short period with complete.

Because action potentials are all-or-none events, a stronger stimulus cannot produce an action potential of greater amplitude. The code for stimulus strength in the nervous system is not amplitude modulated (AM).

When a greater stimulus strength is applied to a neuron, identical action potentials are produced more frequently (more are produced per second). vestigations of the effect of stimulus intensity on () influential stage model of information processing, stimulus intensity is explicitly assumed to affect only the earliest stages of encoding.

Without varies inversely as a function of stimulus by:   Sokolov’s prediction of an inverse relationship between Orienting Response (OR) strength and low levels of stimulus intensity was tested using 48 Ss and four stimulus intensity conditions.

GSRs to a series of tones, 20, 30, 40, or 50 dB in intensity, was employed as the measure of the OR. When spontaneous GSR frequency was held constant, OR resistance to habituation was found to be a direct Cited by: 7. Serial conditioning as a function of stimulus, response, and temporal dependencies Six experiments were used to examine the effects of explicit response, stimulus, and temporal dependencies on responding in an interfood interval.

The first two experiments demonstrated that segment s interfood clocks controlled similar distributions of Cited by: CNS determining strength:once generated all APs are independent of stimulus strength-strong stimuli generate nerve impulses more often in a given time interval than weak stimuli.

-stimulus intensity is coded for by the number of impulses per second (the frequency of APs) rather than the increases in strength (amplitude) of the individual APs. Please generate a novel example of how just noticeable difference can change as a function of stimulus intensity.

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From an ANOVA perspective, the stimulus intensity model predicts a main effect of stimulus, whereas the stimulus plus expectation model predicts an additional main effect of cue (Figure 1A,B).By contrast, the summation of predictions and PE in the predictive coding model should result in a cue × stimulus interaction ().We thus computed ANOVA’s for SCR, pupil dilation and brain data before Cited by: Unlike the absolute threshold, the difference threshold changes depending on the stimulus intensity.

As an example, imagine yourself in a very dark movie theater. If an audience member were to receive a text message on her cell phone which caused her screen to light up, chances are that many people would notice the change in illumination in the.

J Comp Physiol Psychol. Jan;67(1) Magnitude of electrodermal response to a standard stimulus as a function of intensity and proximity of a prior by: What is the relationship between the intensity of the stimulus and the intensity of the sensation, as represented by the equation S = K log R.

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Neural coding is a neuroscience field concerned with characterising the hypothetical relationship between the stimulus and the individual or ensemble neuronal responses and the relationship among the electrical activity of the neurons in the ensemble.

Based on the theory that sensory and other information is represented in the brain by networks of neurons, it is thought that neurons can encode. Figs. 3 a and b show how the coefficient of stimulation (c) varies as a function of the level of light intensity.

The relationship between c and stimulus intensity is reasonably well described by either an inverse power function or an ordinary hyper- bolic function with the latter giving somewhat the better by: 5. Stimulus Isolation Adapters. The VMO feedback is, in effect, a direct sampling of the stimulus output.

The stimulus output will vary as a function of applied load, so it’s helpful to be able to monitor the exact stimulus output level via the VMO. Because the VMO is proportional to the exact stimulus output voltage, small differences may.

These stimulus effects appear to cause the interactions between stimulus intensity and subject age observed for both P amplitude and latency, since the specific ERP outcomes depend upon the stimulus frequencies and intensities employed (Pol- lock and Schneider, ; Squires et al., ; Vesco et al., ).Cited by: In a generalized pathway, the afferent neuron of the sensory unit is the first in a chain of neurons that relays information to the CNS (spinal cord and brain).The afferent neuron is the first order synapses with a second order neuron that synapses in turn with a third order neuron in the third order neuron guides the impulse to the sensory cortex where it is perceived.

The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between stimulus intensity and response amplitude for the photopic negative response (PhNR) of the flash ERG. Specific aims were (i) to determine whether a generalized Naka–Rushton function provided a good fit to the intensity–response data and (ii) to determine the variability of the parameters of the best-fitting Naka–Rushton.

1. When the stimulus intensity is increased, what changes: the number of synaptic vesicles released or the amount of neurotransmitter per vesicle? 2. What happened to the amount of neurotransmitter release when you switched from the control extracellular fluid to the extracellular fluid with no Ca2+?

How well did the results compare with your prediction?Author: Jaanna.Openstax - Chapter 5 - Robert Naranjo Chapter 5 Questions Critical Thinking Questions 26 Not everything that is sensed is perceived Do you think there. Openstax - Chapter 5 - Robert Naranjo Chapter 5 Questions School Full Sail Please generate a novel example of how just noticeable difference can change as a function of stimulus intensity.Accuracy of localization of the radial position of a single stimulus was determined for various luminance-exposure duration combinations.

Localization accuracy, provided the stimulus is seen, is independent of luminance and duration, but varies with the radial position of the stimulus. The results are discussed in terms of events critical to localization accuracy and it is concluded that the.