aversive conditioning


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conditioning to avoid an aversive stimulus

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If verbal contingencies can control sexual arousal patterns, even in limited contexts, we should expect to find that aversive conditioning techniques used to counter-condition deviant sexual arousal may leave the verbal contingencies governing arousal in tact.
Fish and Wildlife Service with monitoring gray wolves that settle the public/private land interface in the northwest corner of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and developing aversive conditioning techniques to reduce livestock depredations.
Diminished producer participation in an aversive conditioning program to reduce coyote depredation on sheep.
is not affirmative and progressive movement toward civility and social consideration; rather civility is unveiled as the product and precipitate of harsh, aversive conditioning in which male subjects cultivate anxieties about the very bodies they inhabit" (7).
For their part, rangers at Glacier will first monitor the bear and then engage in aversive conditioning, which includes a range of negative stimuli--from noise (air horns, sirens, and cracker shells) to projectiles (firing inch-long rubber bullets, which do no lasting damage, at the animal).
Ralphs has tried a novel strategy known as aversive conditioning.
Aversive conditioning within laws and guidelines for mentally retarded individuals.