Action is external in its orientation to the system's environment and consummatory
in its use of system resources to achieve system goals.
When the instructor pressed the [S.sup.+] key, the center square was darkened and the square for the "consummatory
response" was presented at the bottom of the screen.
Comparison of the effects of the benzodiazepine midazolam and three serotonin antagonists on a consummatory
A function of the opioid system would be to potentiate consummatory
behavior that may be food related or sexually related, with the goal of compensating privation seasons.
Presumably, the presence of the head and neck, which are species-specific cues, activated the consummatory
The idealsized unit, Dahl reasoned, must be able to achieve collective goals but avoid the "consummatory
" participation of the modern nation-state.
Positive emotion or pleasantness is associated with consummatory
behaviors directed at some goal or reward, and negative emotion is associ ated with withdrawal or defensive behaviors directed toward threatening or aversive stimuli (Schneirla, 1959).
Versus Justificatory Crisis Rhetoric," Western Journal of Speech Communication 50 (Fall 1986): 307-24; David C.
The voyeuristic, appropriative male gaze that is the hallmark of Price and Knight's "soft-porn aesthetics" (128) turns out on closer consideration to be surprisingly vulnerable: "The unwillingness to imagine possession, the move to voyeuristic rather than consummatory
At the bottom center of the screen, one white circle was presented for consummatory
successive negative contrast in young and middle-aged rats.