a patient who hears voices appears distracted, as if they are listening to something (psychiatrists call this “responding to internal stimuli”).
Occasionally, patients respond to internal stimuli by looking around the room when no one is present, carrying on a conversation alone, or behaving or.
My guess would be how a person reacts after signal substances are released. For instance, a person might be irrational because of the effects.
Stimuli (usually) activate one or more of the senses. Stimuli can be internal as well as external. Internal stimuli signal the state of the body. Some examples of.
Patients with internal hallucinations did not differ from those with to discriminate between internal versus externalized stimuli, a deficit posited.
Internal stimuli" sounds like it could mean auditory hallucinations, or voices in the person's head telling them to commit suicide. I realized that.
In physiology, a stimulus (plural stimuli) is a detectable change in the internal or external environment. The ability of an organism or organ to respond to external.
organism. Both internal and external stimuli can cause a response, or resulting reaction, . send signals within the plant in order to respond to internal stimuli.