Should there be another stimulus—the third, after the Bush and first Obama stimuli?
Something has happened which makes the organism react to all stimuli in a new way.
He was simply the most tremendous response to stimuli I have ever known.
It has the faculty of making the nerves infinitely more sensitive to stimuli.
It responded to its stimuli, whenever they came and whatever their source.
The action of others is always influenced by deciding what stimuli shall call out their actions.
It seemed as if her spirit were no longer able to respond to the stimuli of life on earth.
Otherwise we could not explain the fact of our being always awakened by stimuli of certain quality.
In such a case we call the engrams of the two stimuli "associated."
In other words, this sensitiveness to stimuli, which is the first form of mind, is distributed according to mobility.
plural stimuli, 1680s, originally as a medical term, "something that goads a lazy organ" (often the male member), from Modern Latin stimulus "goad" (see stimulation). General sense is from 1791. Psychological sense is first recorded 1894.
stimulus stim·u·lus (stĭm'yə-ləs)
n. pl. stim·u·li (-lī')
That which can elicit or evoke an action or response in a cell, an excitable tissue, or an organism.
Plural stimuli (stĭm'yə-lī')
plur. stimuli (stim-yuh-leye)
An action, condition, or person that provokes a response, especially a conditioned response.