Pavlovian conditioning Pav·lo·vi·an conditioning (pāv-lō’vē-ən, -lô’-)
A process of behavior modification by which a subject comes to respond in a desired manner to a previously neutral stimulus that has been repeatedly presented along with an unconditioned stimulus that elicits the desired response.
[pey-voh] /ˈpeɪ voʊ/ noun, genitive Pavonis [puh-voh-nis] /pəˈvoʊ nɪs/ (Show IPA). Astronomy. 1. the Peacock, a southern constellation between Triangulum Australe and Indus. /ˈpɑːvəʊ/ noun (Latin genitive) Pavonis (pəˈvəʊnɪs) 1. a small constellation near the South Pole lying between Tucana and Ara
[pav-uh-nahyn, -nin] /ˈpæv əˌnaɪn, -nɪn/ adjective 1. of or like a peacock. 2. resembling the feathers of a peacock, as in coloring. /ˈpævəˌnaɪn/ adjective 1. of or resembling a peacock or the colours, design, or iridescence of a peacock’s tail
- Pavor nocturnus
pavor nocturnus pa·vor noc·tur·nus (pā’vər nŏk-tûr’nəs, pā’vôr’) n. Night-terrors.
[paw] /pɔ/ noun 1. the foot of an animal having claws. 2. the foot of any animal. 3. Informal. the human hand, especially one that is large, rough, or clumsy: Keep your paws off my property. verb (used with object) 4. to strike or scrape with the paws or feet: a dog pawing the door. […]