stimulus threshold


stimulus threshold
dirgiklio aptikimo slenkstis statusas Aprobuotas sritis žemės ūkio ir maisto produktų sauga ir kokybė apibrėžtis Mažiausias juntamas dirgiklio stiprumas arba intensyvumas. Pojūtis gali būti neatpažįstamas. atitikmenys: angl. detection threshold; stimulus threshold pranc. seuil d’apparition, m; seuil de détection, m; seuil de perception, m ryšiai: susijęs terminasdirgiklis susijęs terminasdirgiklio ribinis slenkstis susijęs terminasdirgiklio atpažinimo slenkstis susijęs terminasdirgiklio skirtumo slenkstis šaltinis Lietuvos Respublikos žemės ūkio ministro 2003 m. balandžio 17 d. įsakymas Nr. 3D-165 „Dėl juslinės analizės metodikų patvirtinimo“ (Žin., 2003, Nr. 60-2733)

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  • stimulus threshold — noun : absolute threshold * * * stimulus threshold, Psychology. the minimum stimulus to produce a conscious effect …   Useful english dictionary

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  • threshold — [thresh′ōld΄, thresh′hōld΄] n. [ME threschwold < OE therscwold (akin to ON threskǫlder) < base of therscan (see THRASH) + ?] 1. DOORSILL 2. the entrance or beginning point of something [at the threshold of a new career] 3. Physiol. Psychol …   English World dictionary

  • threshold — 1. The point at which a stimulus first produces a sensation. 2. The lower limit of perception of a stimulus. 3. The minimal stimulus that produces excitation of any structure; e.g., the minimal stimulus eliciting a moto …   Medical dictionary

  • Threshold of pain — The threshold of pain is the point at which pain begins to be felt. It is an entirely subjective phenomenon. The intensity at which a stimulus (e.g., heat, pressure) begins to evoke pain is the threshold intensity.[1] So, if a hotplate on a… …   Wikipedia

  • stimulus — 1. A stimulant. 2. That which can elicit or evoke action (response) in a muscle, nerve, gland or other excitable tissue, or cause an augmenting action upon any function or metabolic …   Medical dictionary

  • threshold stimulus — a stimulus that is just strong enough to elicit a response; see also threshold (defs. 1 and 2) …   Medical dictionary

  • threshold — /ˈθrɛʃhoʊld / (say threshhohld) noun 1. the sill of a doorway. 2. the entrance to a house or building. 3. any place or point of entering or beginning. 4. Aeronautics the beginning of the landing area on a runway or landing strip. 5. Psychology,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • threshold — /thresh ohld, thresh hohld/, n. 1. the sill of a doorway. 2. the entrance to a house or building. 3. any place or point of entering or beginning: the threshold of a new career. 4. Also called limen. Psychol., Physiol. the point at which a… …   Universalium

  • threshold — thresh•old [[t]ˈθrɛʃ oʊld, ˈθrɛʃ hoʊld[/t]] n. 1) bui the sill of a doorway 2) bui the entrance to a house or building 3) any point of entering or beginning: the threshold of a new career[/ex] 4) phl psl Also called limen the point at which a… …   From formal English to slang