- Fixed action pattern (FAP) : - Fixed action pattern (FAP ) : Fixed action pattern or FAP refers to a stereotyped pattern of behavior that is evoked by a "releasing stimulus"; an instinct . Fixed action pattern is also defined as a fixed sequence of responses elicited by a specific stimulus. Fixed action pattern is also known as Modal action pattern.

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