dishabituation love

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  • The preferential looking time paradigm, also known as the dishabituation paradigm, is used to study human infants 'understanding of the physical and social world (Baillargeon & DeVos 1991; Spelke

    Animal Cognition

  • Recall that dishabituation paradigms involve showing the subject a stimulus until it no longer holds the subject's attention, and then showing them one of two alternative stimuli.

    Animal Cognition

  • And one of the problems with using habituation as a dieting strategy would be that people also show dishabituation.

    NPR Topics: News

  • ... the data indicate that habituation and dishabituation

    Eric R. Kandel - Autobiography

  • The dishabituation reflects the infant's expectation that the screen's rotation will be blocked by the occluded object).

    Nonconceptual Mental Content

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