Spontaneous Recovery from Habituation. The response to the first stimulus during the second habituation series is stronger tan the response to the last stimulus during the first habituation series.This means that the passage of time with out the presentation of the stimulus brought the strength of the habituated response closer to its original value. That is, the passage of time caused therecovery of the response. More generally, the degree of spontaneous recovery increases with the duration of the recovery interval.
Relearning effect. The response decreased faster during the secondhabituation series than during the first series. More generally, if a response habituates and is the allowed to recover, (re)habituation of the response is typically faster. Note that the property refers tothe rate or speed that the responses wanes.
Interstimulus Interval Effect. Sorter Interstimulus Interval lead to faster habituation and faster recovery from habituation than do longer InterstimulusInterval.
Stimulus intensity effect. Responses to strong stimuli wane more slowly than responses to weak stimuli.
Stimulus Generalization and Stimulus Specificity of Habituation. Habituation tostimulus generalizes to similar stimuli. Suppose a noise is presented until the startle response habituates. Then a noise differing from the original noise along some dimension is presented. If theresponse to the new stimulus equals, or differs only slightly from, the response to the original stimulus, then we say there was substantial generalization of habituation or, equivalent, low stimulusspecificity. Conversely, if the responses differ markedly, then we say there was little generalization or high stimulus specificity.
Recuperación Espontánea de Adaptación. La respuesta al primerestímulo durante la segunda serie de adaptación es el bronceado más fuerte la respuesta al último estímulo durante la primera serie de adaptación. Esto quiere decir que el paso del tiempo con hacia fuera...
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