National Instruments also announces the acquisition of NMDG, a company with more than 20 years of experience and technology in high-frequency stimulus-response and large-scale network analysis measurements.
What does S-R stand for?
S-R stands for Stimulus-Response (Pavlovian psychology)
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We have 157 other meanings of S-R in our Acronym Attic
- Satellite Personal Communications Network
- Satellite Personal Communication System
- Supervisory Protocol Data Unit
- Satellite Network Packet Reservation Multiple Access
- Soybean-derived Phosphatidylserine
- Super Patterned Vertical Alignment (Sony LCD technology)
- Soft-Permanent Virtual Circuit (Sprint)
- Staggered Quadrature Phase-Shift Keying
- Recursive Least Squares with Smoothing
- Semantically Reliable Multicast
- Sivash Range of Motion (hip replacement)
- Spasm of Resistance Vessel
- Space to Space
- Submandibular and Sublingual
- Spybot - Search & Destroy (spyware removal program)
- Somato-Sensory Affectional Deprivation
- Secondary Synchronization Channel
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Such experiments demolish the old notion of behaviorism, which held that rats (and people, for that matter) were little more than stimulus-response machines.
However, maximizing the rates of deep learning and understanding is dependent on counteracting student and faculty preferences for the polar opposite of active learning which is passive or stimulus-response learning.
Dekker and colleagues reported that the stimulus and stimulus-response test session instructions had a significant effect on participants' feelings of subjective sexual arousal, their surprise in response to the erotic stories, and their enjoyment of the erotic stories.
Moreover, since the mechanisms of conditioning were naturally selected for producing stimulus-response correlations, there's a sense in which the representation of a given stimulus has the derivative function of eliciting its conditioned response.
of Melbourne) and his contributors describe the history of this approach and introduce the technical principles, explain the stimulus-response relationship in ASSR testing, and detail the neural generators of ASSR.
Bruner also discusses how the mental process of the person's mind projects stimulus-response through discovery learning.
Here are a few bullet points that will enhance your athletes' cognitive processes as they relate to quickness and agility: Reduce the number of stimulus-response choices.