What is any observable response to a stimulus?
In the topic area of shopping, stimulus most likely refers to economic and socioeconomic stimulus. Observable refers to if there is a noticable change (due to socioeconomic stimulus). An example of an observable response would be if corporate management of a company were to add a new branch of such a company or its product line. On the other hand, if a company discontinued a branch or product line then one could observe the response to the lack of stimulus. ...
Asked in Psychology, Animal Behavior
What is the difference between a reflex and a learned behavior?
A reflex is a response to a stimulus that the animal was born with, but a learned behavior is a response to a stimulus that the animal learns or is taught. ...
Asked in Care of Horses, Animal Life
What is an action of change in behavior that occurs as a result to a stimulus?
A response is an action of change in behavior that occurs as a result to a stimulus. The stimulus can be either internal or external. ...
Asked in Biology
What is anything in the environment that affects the behavior of an organism called?
Anything in the environment that affects the behavior of an organism is called a stimulus. ...
Asked in Social Sciences, Earth Sciences, Psychology
Difference between extinguished behavior and intermittent reinforcement of a behavior?
Extinction (in classical conditioning) is the reduction of a learned response that occurs because the conditioned stimulus is no longer paired with the unconditioned stimulus. Also, the procedure of repeatedly presenting a conditioned stimulus without the unconditioned stimulus. Intermittent reinforcement of behavior is a schedule of reinforcement in which only some of the occurrences of the instrumental response are reinforced. The instrumental response is reinforced occasionally, or intermittently. ...
Asked in Animal Life
An animal is an immediate automatic response to an external stimulus?
An animal's immediate automatic response to an external stimulus will vary depending on the circumstance. When the external environment is stimulated there is a response that is triggered. ...
Asked in Genetics
A change in an organisms environment that causes the organism to react is called?
The change is actually a stimulus and when the organism reacts to the stimulus, it becomes a response. Overall, The answer is a stimulus. ...
Asked in Ecosystems
How could an organism respond to an external stimulus?
Anything in an organism's external environment that causes the organism to react is a stimulus. a reaciton to a stimulus is a response. The ability to respond to stimuli in the environment is an important characteristic of living things ...
Asked in Environmental Issues
What is the name for a signal in the environment that produces a response?
A stimulus is the term for a change in a cell's environment that evokes a response. The stimulus may be external (such as the sound of someone else talking, or a traffic light changing) or internal (such as the degree of stretch in a muscle inside the body). ...
Asked in Animal Behavior, Animal Health, Real Estate
Compare and contrast operant and classical conditioning?
Both classical and operant conditioning are methods of modifying behavior. Classical conditioning focuses on eliciting involuntary behaviors. By pairing a conditioned stimulus with and unconditioned stimulus-response reflex, one can create a link between the conditioned stimulus and the conditioned response. Operant conditioning focuses on strengthening or weakening voluntary behavior by controlling the consequence of behavior. Undesired behavior is followed by punishment, while desired behavior is followed by reward. ...
What is a reaction of a stimulus?
The reaction to a stimulus is called a response. An intensified stimulus usually evokes a more intense response. Of course the type of response to a stimulus depends on the nature of the stimulus. Scream at someone and they likely will feel verbally attacked. The screaming is the stimulus, feeling attacked is the response. ...