In biographical essays from the 1830s and '40s, and in the enlarged 1856 Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, De Quincey manufactures the "record" of Coleridge's destructive opium habituation
through suggestive allusion to literary figures who themselves struggle with of represent cultural anxieties about habituation
This may have contributed to rapid habituation
of neophobia during this single bout of exposure.
To produce rapid habituation
, an inter-stimulus interval (ISI) of 15 s was employed.
Only the Venham score of the dentists during the habituation
session in the young group differed significantly.
All animals were given a habituation
session, when they were left to freely explore the open field for 5 min.
Like presentiment, precognitive affective habituation
refers to the time-reversed influence of the stimuli before they are exposed, and, like presentiment, the effect has been found to be linked more specifically to negative than to positive stimuli.
It is not adaptive for habituation
to occur without the mechanism for dishabituation (Krasne and Glanzman, 1995).
Getting used to a stimulus and showing no reaction after repetition is called habituation
However, treated rats did not present any improvement of memory retention in open field habituation
Cell variety, stage of ripeness and level of habituation
to an acidic environment have little affect on their survival and growth.
to pain and subsequent acquired ability secondary to combat exposure, coupled with a post-deployment sense of failed/thwarted belongingness and/or burdensomeness would, according to Joiner's theory, place veterans at increased risk for suicidal behavior.
Future studies should focus on evaluating whether a prolonged period of cueing training increases the sizes of the effects found, to determine whether habituation
occurs to the stimulus of the cue and to evaluate the falls risk over longer periods.