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Stimulation is the encouragement of development or the cause of activity generally. For example, "The press provides stimulation of political discourse." An interesting or fun activity can be described as "stimulating", regardless of its physical effects on senses. Stimulate means to act as a stimulus to; stimulus means something that rouses the recipient to activity; stimuli is the plural of stimulus.

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  • La estimulación o incentivo es la actividad que se le otorga a los seres vivos para un buen desarrollo o funcionamiento, ya sea por cuestión laboral, afectiva o física. La estimulación se contempla por medio de recompensas o también llamados estímulos, que despiertan en el individuo la motivación para realizar algo. La mayor parte es por dinero, por afecto o por ciertos métodos de ejercicios, por lo cual se incita a realizar acciones mejor elaboradas. La palabra también se usa a menudo metafóricamente. Por ejemplo, una actividad interesante o divertida puede ser descrita como "estimulante", independientemente de sus efectos físicos sobre los nervios. Estimular significa "llevar a alguien a convertirse en (más) activo, trabajador, fomentar o provocar algo para empezar (más rápido) o desarrollarse (mejor) o excitar a un órgano u organismo para incrementar su actividad". (es)
  • Une stimulation est un événement physique, chimique ou biochimique qui active une ou plusieurs cellules réceptrices d'un organisme, lesquelles génèrent une réaction locale ou une cascade de réaction pouvant impliquer tout l'organisme. Les techniques de stimulation utilisent divers types de stimuli en vue d'un effet déterminé. (fr)
  • Stimulation is the encouragement of development or the cause of activity generally. For example, "The press provides stimulation of political discourse." An interesting or fun activity can be described as "stimulating", regardless of its physical effects on senses. Stimulate means to act as a stimulus to; stimulus means something that rouses the recipient to activity; stimuli is the plural of stimulus. A particular use of the term is physiological stimulation, which refers to sensory excitation, the action of various agents or forms of energy (stimuli) on receptors that generate impulses that travel through nerves to the brain (afferents). There are sensory receptors on or near the surface of the body, such as photoreceptors in the retina of the eye, hair cells in the cochlea of the ear, touch receptors in the skin and chemical receptors in the mouth and nasal cavity. There are also sensory receptors in the muscles, joints, digestive tract, and membranes around organs such as the brain, the abdominal cavity, the bladder and the prostate (providing one source of sexual stimulation). Stimulation to the external or internal senses may evoke involuntary activity or guide intentions in action. Such emotional or motivating stimulation typically is also experienced subjectively (enters awareness, is in consciousness). Perception can be regarded as conceptualised stimulation, used in reasoning and intending, for example. When bodily stimulation is perceived it is traditionally called a sensation, such as a kind of touch or a taste or smell, or a painful or pleasurable sensation. This can be thought of as psychological stimulation, which is a stimulus affecting a person's thinking or feeling processes. (en)
  • 자극(刺戟)은 외부로부터 작용을 주어 흥분 또는 반응이 일어나게 하는 것을 말한다 심리학적 자극(physiological stimulation)은 감각적 자극(sensory excitation)을 의미하며 이는 뇌의 신경을 통해 여행하는 활동전위를 생성하는 수용기에 에너지(자극)의 형태를 말한다. 눈의 망막의 광수용기, 귀 달팽이관의 , 피부의 접촉 수용기, 입과 콧구멍의 화학수용기 등 신체 표면 주위 또는 표면상에 감각신경이 있다. (ko)
  • 兴奋或刺激(Excitation),是一种激动的心情与感受,一般是对发展的或活动的原因。在神经科学中指某种输入对神经元的膜电位的一种影响,这种影响使膜电位去极化,即向正值移动。兴奋性输入增高神经元发生冲动的可能性。 兴奋性输入可来自多种途径,包括化学突触的兴奋性神经递质(例如谷氨酸或乙酰胆碱),电突触的作用,以及某些感受器的转导过程。 (zh)
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  • Une stimulation est un événement physique, chimique ou biochimique qui active une ou plusieurs cellules réceptrices d'un organisme, lesquelles génèrent une réaction locale ou une cascade de réaction pouvant impliquer tout l'organisme. Les techniques de stimulation utilisent divers types de stimuli en vue d'un effet déterminé. (fr)
  • 자극(刺戟)은 외부로부터 작용을 주어 흥분 또는 반응이 일어나게 하는 것을 말한다 심리학적 자극(physiological stimulation)은 감각적 자극(sensory excitation)을 의미하며 이는 뇌의 신경을 통해 여행하는 활동전위를 생성하는 수용기에 에너지(자극)의 형태를 말한다. 눈의 망막의 광수용기, 귀 달팽이관의 , 피부의 접촉 수용기, 입과 콧구멍의 화학수용기 등 신체 표면 주위 또는 표면상에 감각신경이 있다. (ko)
  • 兴奋或刺激(Excitation),是一种激动的心情与感受,一般是对发展的或活动的原因。在神经科学中指某种输入对神经元的膜电位的一种影响,这种影响使膜电位去极化,即向正值移动。兴奋性输入增高神经元发生冲动的可能性。 兴奋性输入可来自多种途径,包括化学突触的兴奋性神经递质(例如谷氨酸或乙酰胆碱),电突触的作用,以及某些感受器的转导过程。 (zh)
  • La estimulación o incentivo es la actividad que se le otorga a los seres vivos para un buen desarrollo o funcionamiento, ya sea por cuestión laboral, afectiva o física. La estimulación se contempla por medio de recompensas o también llamados estímulos, que despiertan en el individuo la motivación para realizar algo. Estimular significa "llevar a alguien a convertirse en (más) activo, trabajador, fomentar o provocar algo para empezar (más rápido) o desarrollarse (mejor) o excitar a un órgano u organismo para incrementar su actividad". (es)
  • Stimulation is the encouragement of development or the cause of activity generally. For example, "The press provides stimulation of political discourse." An interesting or fun activity can be described as "stimulating", regardless of its physical effects on senses. Stimulate means to act as a stimulus to; stimulus means something that rouses the recipient to activity; stimuli is the plural of stimulus. (en)
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  • Stimulation (en)
  • Estimulación (es)
  • Stimulation (fr)
  • Rangsang (in)
  • 刺激 (ja)
  • 자극 (ko)
  • 兴奋 (zh)
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