Words and phrases that have a meaning related to stimulus:   (263 results)

Often used in the same context:
pump priming, bailout, rebates, clunkers, keynesian, earmarks, spending, block grant, austerity, pork barrel, economy, automatic stabilizers, budget, recession, reflation, unemployment, outlays, subsidies, taxpayer, funding, appropriations, urban renewal, pork barreling, reauthorization, trillions, monetary policy, stimulatory, cuts, deficits, economic, cagit, roadwork, protectionist, incentives, boondoggle, grants, policymakers, federal, lacker, bill, economists, item veto, biennium, stabilization, infusion, abstinence, reaganomics, unemployment rate, repaving, revitalization, aid, superfund, borrowing, slowdown, recovery, subprogram, layoffs, appropriation bill, treasury secretary, otia, antipoverty, streetcars, debt limit, jumpstart, largess, tax, norquist, jobs, surpluses, projects, accrual accounting, maglev, stopgap, homebuyer, laffer curve, aversion therapy, decoupling, clunker, reinvestment, deflation, eurozone, totalization, jawboning, spur, hope chest, lawmakers, unemployment compensation, handouts, federal reserve, revolving loan, dola, forby, reconstruction, goidel, arthur laffer, dole, recapitalization, tax incentive, reform, imbalances, legislation, homeland security, stimuli, cue, incentive, impetus, stimulations, inducement, inducements, reinforcer, stressor, trigger, triggers, motivation, attraction, challenge, constraint, excitant, excitants, handicap, input, irritant, context, content, lexical, response, arousal, evoking, excitation, exemplar, perceptual, referent, dichotic, graphemic, paradigmatic, phoneme, phonological, problematic, semantic, signal, specifiable

More specific:
conditioned stimulus, cue, discriminative stimulus, elicitation, evocation, induction, kick, negative stimulation, positive stimulus, reinforcement, reinforcer, reinforcing stimulus, turn-on, turnoff

Appears in the definition of:
acquired reflex, all-or-none law, answer, aversive conditioning, aversive stimulus, binaurally, chemotaxis, classical conditioning, conditional reaction, conditional reflex, conditional response, conditioned avoidance, conditioned avoidance response, conditioned reaction, conditioned reflex, conditioned response, conditioned stimulus, conditioning, counter conditioning, cue, desynchronizing, detector, differentially, discriminative stimulus, evoked potential, experimental extinction, extinction, facilitate, fechner's law, food, food for thought, generalisation, generalization, gustatory perception, gustatory sensation, impulsive, inborn reflex, innate reflex, instinctive reflex, intellectual nourishment, irradiation, irritable, irritate, kinesis, latency, latent period, law of similarity, lectin, negative chemotaxis, negative reinforcer, negative reinforcing stimulus, negative stimulus, operant conditioning, perceptual, perseverate, perseveration, physiological reaction, positive chemotaxis, positive reinforcer, positive reinforcing stimulus, positive stimulus, power law, proactive, provoke, reaction, reaction time, reactive, reciprocal-inhibition therapy, reciprocal inhibition, reflex, refractory period, reinforcement, reinforcer, reinforcing stimulus, reproduction, reproductive memory, response, response time, retroactive, sensing element, sensor, similarity, startle reaction, startle response, stevens' law, stevens' power law, stimulate, stimulation, stimulus generalisation, stimulus generalization, summation, sympathetically, taste, taste perception, taste sensation, taxis, topognosia, topognosis, tropism, unconditioned reflex, unprompted, weber's law, weber-fechner law, white noise

More general:

input, stimulant, stimulation

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— Nouns for stimulus: generalization, response, intensity, selection, materials, information, discrimination, frequency, material, presentation, control, more...

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