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Stimulants refer to drugs that tend to increase central nervous System and behavioral activity

Stimulation-Produced Analgesia refers to the process by which electrically stimulating the brain can reduce pain.

Stimulus discrimination refers to differentiation between two (2) stimuli that possess similar but essentially different characteristics.

Stimulus drives refer to kind of drives based on needs for exploration, manipulation , curiosity, and stimulation.

Stimulus generalization refers to the process of learning to respond in the same way to stimuli that share common properties.

Stimulus material refers to material of a visual, verbal and/or auditory nature used to communicate certain ideas to enable them to be researched, or to stimulate discussion of relevant topics.

Stoic refers to a person who is or appears to be indifferent to pleasure or pain; unaffected by emotions . As an adjective, Stoic means unaffected by pleasure or pain.

Stool pigeon refers to a person who works as a decoy or informer, especially for the police. Moreover, Stool pigeon refers to a pigeon used as a decoy.

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