4 edition of Neuronal mechanisms of the orienting reflex found in the catalog.
by L. Erlbaum Associates, distributed by the Halsted Press Division of Wiley in Hillsdale, N.J, New York
Written in English
|Statement||edited by E. N. Sokolov, O. S. Vinogradova, with the assistance of A. Pakula and A. L. Yarmizina ; translation under the supervision of E. N. Sokolov ; editor for the English ed., Norman M. Weinberger.|
|Contributions||Sokolov, E. N. 1920-, Vinogradova, O. S.|
|LC Classifications||QP372 .N38133 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 302 p. :|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||75023135|
The Neural Control of Orienting Eye and Head Movements D.L. Sparks Dept. of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA , U.S.A. Abstract. This paper reviews behavioral experiments concerned with the coordination of eye and head movements and studies examining the roles of. The stretch reflex is a monosynaptic reflex that regulates muscle length through neuronal stimulation at the muscle spindle. The alpha motor neurons resist stretching by causing contraction, and the gamma motor neurons control the sensitivity of the reflex. The stretch and Golgi tendon reflexes work in tandem to control muscle length and tension.
Apr 07, · Psychology Definition of ORIENTING RESPONSE: 1. a behavioral reaction to a changed, new, or abrupt stimulant, for instance, turning one's head toward the location of an abrupt sound. Commonly referred. The orienting response in information processing / Evgeny N. Sokolov [and others] Sokolov, E. N. (Evgeniĭ Nikolaevich), [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At QLD Uni of Tech. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 84,) Neuronal mechanisms of the orienting reflex / edited by E. N. Sokolov, O. S.
Nov 28, · Fixation movements are controlled by two neuronal mechanisms. Each time the spot drifts as far as the edge of the fovea, a sudden reflex reaction occurs, producing a flicking movement that moves the spot away from this edge back toward the center of the ogmaexpo.com, an automatic response moves the image back toward the central point of. This is perhaps the quintessential reflex arc because it is monosynaptic, exemplified by the patellar tendon reflex. The stretch reflex is fast, with a latency (stimulus–response interval) of about 15–25 ms (contrast the polysynaptic withdrawal reflex with latency ~ ms.) The stretch is initiated at .
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Buy Neuronal mechanisms of the orienting reflex on ogmaexpo.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: The orienting response (OR), also called orienting reflex, is an organism's immediate response to a change in its environment, when that change is not sudden enough to elicit the startle ogmaexpo.com phenomenon was first described by Russian physiologist Ivan Sechenov in his book Reflexes of the Brain, and the term ('ориентировочный рефлекс' in Russian) was coined by.
Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. This chapter focuses on the neural mechanisms of visual orienting responses. Orienting has several components—(1) the reflexive response triggered by the appearance of an object in the visual field; (2) the internally programmed, exploratory motor search that may occur without a specific visual target; and (3) the shift of attention that accompanies both reflex and ogmaexpo.com by: The orienting response (OR) or orienting reflex continues to be one of the most central concepts of psychophysiology.
In a way, this concept has become even too popular. It has grown too broad to Cited by: Jun 28, · The orienting response (OR), also called orienting reflex, is an organism's immediate response to a change in its environment, when that change is not sudden enough to.
An orienting reflex occurs when someone is confronted with a personally significant stimulus. The orienting reflex has its origin with Pavlov and it is described in psychophysiology as a response to novelty; the habituation of the orienting reflex is determined by personal significance.
According to Sokolov and Vinogradova[SokolovSokolov Sokolov ] the orienting reflex can be divided into an adaptive function and a defensive reaction. The adaptive function is the. Show Summary Details Preview. Truly international, this extensive text combines the efforts of eight laboratories from seven countries in investigating the study of problems of manipulation, orienting, and navigating in humans and animals.
The process by which there is a decrease in behavioral response (orienting response) to a stimulus that is repeatedly presented over time. Habituation occurs. Sokolov's Neural Model of Stimuli as Neuro-cybernetic Approach to Anticipatory Perception are given in the book “The Orienting Neuronal Models in the Orienting Reflex”.
Author(s): Sokolov,E N Title(s): The neuronal mechanisms of the orienting reflex/ E.N. Sokolov. In: Neuronal mechanisms of the orienting reflex Hillsdale, N. J.: Erlbaum ; New York: distributed by the Halsted Press Division of Wiley, Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Hillsdale, N.
J.: Erlbaum ; New York: distributed by the Halsted Press Division of Wiley, These ideas were developed in her books Orienting Reflex and Its Neurophysiological Mechanisms (Moskva, ) and Hippocampus and Memory (Nauka, ), and later published in English as a chapter of the book Hippocampus (Plenum Press, ) and the review Hippocampus as a comparator system (Hippocampus,v.
Author(s): Vinogradova,O S Title(s): The hippocampus and the orienting reflex/ O.S. Vinogradova. In: Neuronal mechanisms of the orienting reflex Hillsdale, N.
J.: Erlbaum ; New York: distributed by the Halsted Press Division of Wiley, Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Hillsdale, N. J.: Erlbaum ; New York: distributed by. "The Psychophysiology of Consciousness is a great work integrating human perception/cognition and the neural correlates of consciousness.
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Oct 15, · So, although some of us might insist that he preferred cognitive psychophysiology and, in particular, the orienting reflex and attention, as his primary area of research, others working in the neuronal mechanisms of learning would be sure that he was, instead, most interested in that field, and those working in the psychophysiology of Author: John A.
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Neuronal Mechanisms. The neuronal mechanisms involved in the control of gaze-orienting movements are situated at different levels. Brainstem circuits are reviewed in Chapters 1 and Circuits dealing with orienting gaze movements at the level of cortex and cerebellum will not be reviewed here.Jun 01, · Neural processes underlying the orienting response (OR) to subject's own name (SON) were investigated using the oddball paradigm.
Subjects were presented with SON, subject's parent's name, and unfamiliar persons' names while they played a video game and ignored the auditory stimuli.Presented a dual-process theory of response plasticity to repeated stimulation.
2 hypothetical processes, 1 decremental (habituation) and 1 incremental (sensitization), are assumed to develop independently in the CNS and interact to yield the final behavioral outcome. Behavioral experiments are presented, using both the hindlimb flexion reflex of acute spinal cat and the acoustic startle Cited by: