*  Synonyms and Antonyms for startle reaction | Synonym.com
1. startle reaction (n.). a complicated involuntary reaction to a sudden unexpected stimulus (especially a loud noise); ... involves flexion of most skeletal muscles and a variety of visceral reactions ...
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*  Sensory and motor characterization in the postnatal valproate rat model of autism.
Startle Reaction / drug effects*. Valproic Acid / pharmacology*. Grant Support. ID/Acronym/Agency: K12 HD055929/HD/NICHD NIH ... Auditory and tactile startle as well as auditory sensory gating was assessed during both the juvenile and adolescent stages of ...
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*  Temple Grandin: Inside ASD | Autism Research Institute
It is like an excessive startle reaction. A sudden noise (even a relatively faint one) will often make my heart race. ... My reaction was like a wild animal. At first touching was aversive, and then it became pleasant. In my opinion, tactual ... When I moved out to Arizona to go to graduate school, I went out to the feedlots to study the reactions of the cattle in ... One day about 12 years ago, a Siamese cat's reaction to me changed after I had used the squeeze machine. This cat used to run ...
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*  Chromosome Analysis, Blood | definition of Chromosome Analysis, Blood by Medical dictionary
... exaggerated startle reaction to loud noises; seizures; eventual loss of vision (cherry red spot upon eye exam is characteristic ... Avoid the use of equipment containing latex if the patient has a history of allergic reaction to latex. ...
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*  Sex Recognition from Faces Using Neural Networks | Springer for Research & Development
Ekman, P., Friesen, W. V., & Simons, R. C. (1985). Is the startle reaction an emotion? Journal of Personality and Social ...
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*  Drives facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Drives
... the augmentation of startle reactions to auditory stimuli provide the clearest example. Ample support for the view that fear ... Such reactions are not specifically excluded; the Miller-Dollard view suggests that any learned reaction capable of producing ... Emotional reactions are most frequently cast in the role of drives, with the accent placed on learned expectations of pleasant ... Comparably, the gregarious reactions of both humans and animals have been regarded as reflecting an anxiety-like state produced ...
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*  Lysosomal Storage Disease: Overview, Classification of Lysosomal Storage Diseases, Glycogen Storage Disease Type II
The onset is signaled by sudden falling episodes and startle reactions. No visceral signs of storage disease are present. ... Late cerebral graft versus host reaction in a bone marrow transplanted girl with Hurler (MPS I)disease. Neuropediatrics. 2008 ...
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*  Office of Medical History
We saw but one true startle reaction in well 140. over a hundred such patients. The absence of hysterical manifestations and ... The reaction to responsibility is clearly demonstrated.. CASE 27. A 29-year-old technical sergeant with 30 months' service who ... Anxiety-Depressive Reactions After Prolonged Combat Experience the 'Old Sergeant Syndrome'. Major Raymond Sobel. Medical Corps ... He stated that he began to have abnormal battle reactions 60 combat days previously. He said: 'Now if I get in a hole I just ...
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*  Falcons pursue prey using visual motion cues: new perspectives from animal-borne cameras | Journal of Experimental Biology
1977). Laboratory determination of startle reaction time of the starling (Sturnus vulgaris). Anim. Behav. 25, 720-725. ... Many organizations that use sonar for underwater exploration gradually increase the volume of the noise to avoid startling ... assuming the falcon requires at least three flicker fusion periods to detect prey acceleration and a 38 ms reaction time once ...
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*  DiVA - Search result
We tested the hypothesis that the startle reaction is activated in these children and that some of the startle-activated ... Children with chronic stress-induced recurrent muscle pain have enhanced startle reaction.2017In: European Journal of Pain, ... back and chest is related to increased startle reaction and increased muscular tension in these regions. This study contributes ... RESULTS: The PAIN group showed higher resting activity and higher acoustic startle response values than the CON group for all ...
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*  Falcons pursue prey using visual motion cues: new perspectives from animal-borne cameras | Journal of Experimental Biology
1977). Laboratory determination of startle reaction time of the starling (Sturnus vulgaris). Anim. Behav. 25, 720-725. ... assuming the falcon requires at least three flicker fusion periods to detect prey acceleration and a 38 ms reaction time once ...
  http://jeb.biologists.org/content/217/2/225
*  GM2 Gangliosidoses: Introduction And Epidemiology, Tay-Sachs Disease - GM2 Gangliosidosis Type I, Type III, Chronic, And B1...
As in TSD, patients develop muscle weakness within the first 6 months of life, with startle reaction, blindness, cherry-red ... Hyperacusis (ie, persistent extension response to sound, startle reaction) can aid in early diagnosis. After age 8-10 months, ...
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*  My magic potion for knocking anxiety on its head - Always Well Within
My startle reaction has also subsided. There's an abundance of gekcos and anoles in Hawaii. You find them inside the house all ... It's not always your head causing the problem, but biochemical reactions in the body wrecking havoc on the brain. ... I have suffered from anaphylactic reactions to chemicals, odors, heat, antibiotics, ibuprofen, acetaminophen, paper tape, ...
  http://alwayswellwithin.com/2010/10/07/my-magic-potion-for-knocking-anxiety-on-its-head/
*  Emergence of collective changes in travel direction of starling flocks from individual birds' fluctuations | Journal of The...
1977 Laboratory determination of startle reaction time of the starling (Sturnus vulgaris). Anim. Behav. 25, 720-725. (doi: ... is comparable to an individual's startle reaction time [8]). Thus, there is no transfer of information between the group ... whose reaction times are relatively long as the turn starts. Moreover, in [7, fig. 2b], it was also found that the first birds ... turns provide a quick reaction to a threat by fast social transfer of directional information [7,12]; and equal-radius paths ...
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*  Meaning (non-linguistic) - Wikipedia
Blushing, tears, erections and the startle reaction are examples. This type of communication is usually unintentional, but ...
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*  Effect of Hallucinogens on Unconditioned Behavior | SpringerLink
Hoffman HS, Searle JL (1965) Acoustic variables in the modification of startle reaction in the rat. J Comp Physiol Psychol 60: ... Sipes TE, Geyer MA (1995b) DOI disruption of prepulse inhibition of startle in the rat is mediated by 5-HT2A and not by 5-HT2C ... Fleshler M (1965) Adequate acoustic stimulus for the startle reflex in the rat. J Com Physiol Psychol 60:200-207CrossRefGoogle ... Hoffman HS, Searle JL (1968) Acoustic and temporal factors in the evocation of startle. J Acoustic Soc Am 43:269-282CrossRef ...
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*  Ann-Sofi Sidén - Wikipedia
A baby's startled reaction, startled response an embrace reflex. After filming over 200 persons in Reggio Emilia the pole has ... Sidén explains her own reaction to the advertisements that she found in the journal: Glancing through some of the magazines it ...
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*   Open Thread: Forgive, Maybe; Forget, Never
I just loved the startled reactions of the newcomers to India. And the way(some)of them adjusted their views - just a stellar ...
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*  Moyamoya disease symptoms - Answers on HealthTap
They also develop an exaggerated startle reaction to loud noises. As the disease progresses, seizures, vision&hearing loss, ...
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*  Prepulse inhibition - Wikipedia
Hoffman, H. S; Fleshler, M (1963). "Startle Reaction: Modification by Background Acoustic Stimulation". Science. 141 (3584): ... Startle response is measured in rodents using the so-called automated "startle chambers" or "stabilimeter chambers", with ... 2008). The main three parts of the procedure are prepulse, startle stimulus, and startle reflex. Different prepulse-to-pulse ... inhibits the reaction of an organism to a subsequent strong startling stimulus (pulse). The stimuli are usually acoustic, but ...
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*  AGGRESSION AND LYME DISEASE by Robert Bransfield, M.D.
It appeared the loud noise was responsible for an acoustic startle reaction. ... Your dog is statistically more likely to have a vaccine reaction than the disease. ...
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