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Salivation to the Sight and Thought of Food: A New Measure of ...

SALIVATION TO THOUGHT, SIGHT OF FOOD However, Hayashi and Ararie (9) have demonstrated increased parotid saliva flow in subjects looking at biscuits and fruits; Jenkins and Dawes (10) have shown increased total saliva flow to thinking of food or watching someone eating a lemon; and Pangborn (11 ...

MODIFICATION OF A VISCERAL RESPONSE, SALIVATION IN THIRSTY ...

Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 1967, Vol. 63, No. 1, 1-6 MODIFICATION OF A VISCERAL RESPONSE, SALIVATION IN THIRSTY DOGS, BY INSTRUMENTAL TRAINING WITH WATER REWARD 1 NEAL E. MILLER AND ALFREDO CARMONA 2 Yale Thirsty dogs rewarded by water for bursts of spontaneous ...

Managing Excess Saliva

Early in the course of the disease, excess salivation can be controlled by simply being aware of the problem and making a conscious effort to swallow the saliva or wipe it away with tissues.

Classical Conditioning Overview

Salivation in response to a metronome ticking is a CR, because prior to conditioning, salivation is not elicited by a metronome ticking. As in the case of the CS, it is important to remember that while salivation may appear to be the same response before and after conditioning, it is an unconditioned ...

Weekly Quiz A Week 7: Learning

Weekly Quiz C Week 7: Learning 1.In Pavlov's experiments he paired a sound with the presentation of food and measured salivation to each. In this experiment the conditioned stimulus was the: a. food. b. sound.

Mastication and Swallowing

fact that the medullary vomiting center and salivation center are close together. Additionally, distension of the stomach. is associated with enhanced salivary secretion.

Intracellular ingestion and salivation by aphids may cause ...

Journal of General Virology (1997), 78 , 2701-2705. Printed in Great Britain..... SHORT ...

THE WORLD OF PSYCHOLOGY, 5/E

FIGURE 5.2 Neutral stimulus No salivation Tone of C Food Conditioned stimulus Unconditioned response Unconditioned stimulus Tone of C Salivation Conditioned stimulus Conditioned response Tone of C Salivation Before Classical Conditioning During Classical Conditioning After Classical Conditioning

Saliva Control

Be aware that medications to dry excessive salivation can lead to thick tenacious saliva, therefore a combination of therapies may be appropriate.

Plants Poisonous to Horses

Signs appear within half an hour of ingesting water hemlock and are characterized by initial salivation followed by muscle tremors that precede violent spasmodic convulsions.