Orienting and Habitation Perspectives in Human Research
Wiley, 1983 - Psychology - 528 pages
This reference covers the basic processes involved in orienting and habituation. Deals with research on the orienting response as applied to information-processing, Pavlovian conditioning, developmental processes, individual differences, anxiety, schizophrenia, and mental retardation.
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