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The systemic organization of the feeding behaviuor and inner inhibition of reflexes

Journal: I.P. Pavlov Russian Medical Biological Herald (Vol.1, No. 12)

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Page : 110-115

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The feeding behaviour is formed by two constantly interacting functional subsystems (FSubS) assisting the general helpful result (one is ?positive-resource spending? providing search for food and its eating and the other ?negative-resource sparing? and removing these effects). This result reflects parametres of the object in terms of satisfying its needs and its behaviour as a means of achieving the needs. Interraction of FsubSystems is manifested in different correlation of their activity depending on feeding motivation and conditions of bahaviour. Positive conditioned reflexes enhance motivation and when it is impossible to achieve positive results (when there is no supporting) these reflexes violate this correlation (?the conflict stage?). It results in the elimination of the ?positive resource spending activity? of FsubSystem, and it develops inner inhibition and restoration of manifestation of the FsubSystems (?the stage with no conflict?).

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