learned response


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Noun1.learned response - a reaction that has been acquired by learning
response, reaction - a bodily process occurring due to the effect of some antecedent stimulus or agent; "a bad reaction to the medicine"; "his responses have slowed with age"
acquired reflex, conditional reaction, conditional reflex, conditional response, conditioned reaction, conditioned reflex, conditioned response - an acquired response that is under the control of (conditional on the occurrence of) a stimulus
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It is impossible yet to say whether dogs' behavior in this and other studies is evidence dogs have flexible understanding of another individual's perspective--that they truly understand another individual's mental state--or if their behavior is hardwired, or even a learned response to seeing the face or eyes of another individual.
Children and adults who have dual-language proficiency have been observed to perform better in "tasks that require switching or the inhibiting of a previously learned response," Lew-Williams said.
Today's BMIs enable individuals to move each joint very naturally but are not capable of capturing the learned response associated with a complex action.
This vocalization might simply be a sign of frustration or learned response, since no other signs of attachment were reliably seen.
It presents the 'Polyvagal Theory', which suggests that autism is a learned response to early childhood stress on the nervous system, and it not only explains this theory but explores how it dovetails into the latest developments in brain research.
In our practice we've observed that patients with a learned response tend not to have nocturia, while those with overactive bladder do report nocturia.
We have to rewire our brains and get sensitized again by teaching our children and influencing their learned response mechanisms at an early age.
It raises a number of questions including is his a learned response or one the obese kids are born with.
S (Solution): Your dog's reaction to your wife's phone is likely a learned response.
This dual perspective has helped me to understand the difference between a learned response to art and one that is purely empathic.
Their basic hypothesis is that chronic pain is a learned response whereby pain memories, rather than current nociceptive input, determine much of the pain experienced.