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(See Figure 1) People do not simply process stimuli in a stimulus-response way.
DEMO in 1991 [11] and Pavlov in 1997 [12] are stimulus-response systems that use rule-based inferencing to create interactive programs from examples.
These responses are thus neither the reactions of stimulus-response determinism nor only the intentional acts of the standard phenomenological doctrine of perception.
The third method the military uses is operant conditioning, a very powerful repetitive procedure of stimulus-response, stimulus-response.
the blocking or holding back of one psychological process by another." In the behavioristic stimulus-response (S-R) conceptual framework, inhibition occurs when impulses or cues, by whatever cause or for whatever reason, lead to the noncommission of the criterion act.(7) Disinhibition, on the other hand, occurs when impulses or cues lead to the commission of this act.
Control theory suggests that people behave according to what they want to do rather than according to stimulus-response psychology.
We find that the adaptation in the oocyte MG channel is due to a shift of the stimulus-response relation (Boltzmann) to the right (i.e., towards higher pressures) with no change in shape of the relation.
"Although finding no direct stimulus-response relationship between the way television portrayed blacks and how real blacks were perceived by the children, the researchers found that the selective perception of the young viewers could interpret the television programming to reinforce existing racial attitudes," wrote Clint C.
For example, some focus on the buyer's decision-making processes (AIDAS, the buying formula theory of selling), while others emphasize the situational characteristics present in the sales interaction (the stimulus-response theory, situational selling approach, and behavioural equation theory).
Advertising has a built-in "We Talk, You Listen" logic (even direct marketing's claims to "relationship marketing" is built mainly on stimulus-response mechanisms), whereas public relations use communication to manage debate -- steering it towards the desired issues or platforms.
Specific measures of effectiveness were organized with a stimulus-response model based on the work of Hecht (1978a, 1978b, 1978c).
Psychologists have studied the principles of matter and energy in such theories as stimulus-response. It says, in effect, that a stimulus is entered and a response is emitted.