2 edition of Selected organismic and behavioural variables and post ECS amnesia. found in the catalog.
Selected organismic and behavioural variables and post ECS amnesia.
Ann C. Grant
Written in English
Thesis (M.A.) - University of Toronto, 1965.
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A variable that is related to the dependent variable or independent variable and has an impact on the dependent variable. Extraneous variable A variable that is related to the dependent variable or independent variable that is not part of the experiment. B. Kimia has trouble remembering information from the book's first unity when she reviews for semester finals. C. It's easy for Brittney to remember that carbon's atomic number is 6 because her birthday is on December 6. D. Kyle was not able to remember the names of all his new co-workers after one week on the job, but he could after two weeks.
aka criterion variable, effect, or post-test; is the outcome of the study, the measure of the change or difference resulting from manipulation of the independent variable experimental studies when considered well, produce the soundest evidence concerning hypothesized cause-effect relations. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.
in the dependent variable can be attributed to the independent variable. In this chapter, we will describe random assignment, the use of control groups, and careful experimental techniques as means of reducing extraneous variability and increasing internal validity. Repression results in "Infantile amnesia" for sexual urges of earlier stages. * During this stage, the superego maintains parental standards. * The child's failure to satisfactorily negotiate this stage may lead to discomfort with members of the opposite sex in adulthood, avoidance of intimacy, or aggressive, emotionally detached sexual activity.
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Rats were trained to drink from a water tube and were then shocked at the tube. ECS was delivered 5 sec after escape into another chamber.
Controls received only training to drink, and ECS. All Ss were then tested one day later for readiness to drink, and there was little tendency to avoid in either condition.
Half the FS-ECS and all the ECS-only animals were then given a mild reminder shock Cited by: book Fingerprints of the Gods, in fact, Hancock has a lecture entitled "A Species With Amnesia".
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An attempt was made to repeat the finding of Schneider & Sherman () that apparent amnesia results from the pairing of footshock and ECS independently of passive-avoidance training. Pairing of footshock and ECS 5 h after training was not found to cause a retention deficit, whereas ECS immediately after training resulted in memory loss.
This result shows that the “aftereffects Cited by: One-half of the latter groups spent the retention interval in an isolation chamber and the rest remained in the animal colony. Retraining trials were then given in the same manner as original learning.
The results demonstrated that ECS treatment caused a retention loss and that sensory isolation augmented ECS-produced retrograde by: 2. Mice given ECS exhibited severe retrograde amnesia, which diminished as the interval between training and ECS increased from 1 to 21 days.
ECS given days after training had no effect on memory. Organismic Variables: Those variables that moderate the relationship between the antecedent stimulus and target behaviour and are characteristic of the current state of the organism.
For example, illness, cognition, affect, drugs. (R) Target Behaviour: The behaviour of interest; the subject of the analysis (C) Consequences: Immediate Consequences.
All 7 variables selected contribute to the differences between the drugs. However, some variables seem to be more specific for a defined drug class than others:υ = – Hz for the neuroleptics, β 1 F = – Hz for the anxiolytics, α 1 F = – Hz for the psychostimulants and a combination of δF = – Hz, l F.
This initial demonstration generated debate, controversy, and subsequent studies because the time-dependent gradient of retrograde amnesia confounded both the variables manipulated in the Misanin et al. study: time since engaging with the memory and the activity level of the memory. Introducing the reminder treatment made the old inactive.
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Originally published in: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry,36, Reprinted at with permission of the author. Correspondence: Allan N. Schore, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine, Sylvia Avenue, Northridge, California Phone: ; Fax Variety Amnesia If satiation depends on recalling past consumption, then it is appropriate to ask what consumers will spontaneously recall.
Consumers are unlikely to recall every item they have ever consumed and are instead likely to focus on a particular option (Klayman and Ha ) or a salient shared char-acteristic (Kahneman and Miller ).
BEHAVIORAL AND NEURAL BIOL () Time-Dependent Effects of ECS on Spatial Memory in Rats DAVID A. SHAVALIA, ANTHONY M. DODGE, AND WILLIAM W. BEATTY1 Department of Psychology, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota The effects of electroconvulsive shock (ECS) on working memory for spatial information were studied in rats trained.
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Before too long, distant connections start emerging: not only are we humans. Psychology Definition of ORGANISMIC VARIABLE: one of the four aspects referenced in behavioral evaluation using the SORC system, referring to the physiological and psychological aspects of the living b.undermine behaviour change.
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