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Cue refers to external stimulus that guide responses, especially by signaling the presence or absence of reinforcement .
Cue approach to depth perception refers to the approach to explaining depth perception that identifies information in the retinal image, and also information provided by aiming and focusing the eyes on an object that is correlated with depth in the scene. Some of the depth cues that have been identified are overlap, relative height, relative size, atmospheric perspective, convergence, and accommodation.

- Cue exposure and response prevention therapy : - Cue exposure and response prevention therapy : cue exposure and response prevention therapy refers to an approach used to to reduce relapse among alcoholics by tempting them with stimuli that induce cravings to drink while preventing them from actually drinking, allowing them to habituate to the cravings and reduce temptation.

Cue exposure methods refer to a Behavioral approach to Alcohol treatment in which the patient/client is given a Priming dose of alcohol, which initiates the craving for more alcohol,

Cue function is a term used in Hebb’s and Hull’s theories that refers to the message function of a stimulus - the aspect of the stimulus that tells the organism how it should react. Please See Arousal function.

Cue overload refers to a principle of memory that states a retrieval cue will be most effective when it is highly distinctive and not related to any other target memories.
Cue-dependent forgetting is forgetting that results from the absence of cues that were present during training .

Cued recall refers to a recollection that is prompted by a cue associated with the setting in which the recalled event originally occurred. In memory research, Cued recall is a task in which a participant recalls information after being given prompts or cues. Cued recall is also known as Prompted recall .

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