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Operant Conditioning
A process through which organisms learn to repeat behaviors that yield positive outcomes or per­mit them to avoid or escape from negative outcomes.
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Opiates
Drugs that induce a dreamy,relaxed state and,in some persons,intense feelings of pleasure.Opiates exert their effects by stimulating special receptor sites within the brain.
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Opponent-Process Theory
A theory that describes the pro­cessing of sensory information related to color at levels above the retina.The theory suggests that we possess six types of neurons, each of which is either stimulated......
Opponent-Process Theory of Emotion
A theory suggesting that an emotional reaction to a stimulus is followed auto­matically by an opposite reaction......
Optic Nerve
A bundle of nerve fibers that exit the back of the eye and carry visual information to the brain.
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Oral Stage
In Freud's theory,a stage of psychosexual devel­opment during which pleasure is centered in the region of the mouth.

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Organizational Citizenship Behavior
Actions performed by individuals that are not part of their regular job but contribute to the success of the organization.
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Oversight Bias
The tendency to overlook flaws if the overall topic or issue is perceived as important.

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