Habituation, Sensitization, and Behavior by Harman V. S. Peeke

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5. Relative response level (a) and response change (b) for each variable for which the intercept differences, slopes, or interaction is significant for Group 8-S (males; 8 days-same song). 05. than for 1-S. 75) between the two. The major predictions were well sup­ ported: the 1-day groups were considerably higher than the 8-day groups, and the different-song groups were higher than the same-song groups. The relative amount of habituation was indexed by tabulating the num­ ber of significant changes in level.

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Any value over 25 sensitization units does not become long-term. The preceding assumptions can be translated by reference to Table 2. This table contains a trial-by-trial tabulation of the strength of the differ­ ent habituation and sensitization components. For all groups the first two columns of the data field for habituation and sensitization contain a 2, indicating that two units of short-term (ST) components are present (As­ sumption 1). The next two columns for each contain zeros, indicating that there are no accumulated long-term (LT) processes as yet.

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