disgusting


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And part of the reason that's disgusting is that there's an observable, reliable indicator that that person is sick with something you don't want to catch.
In addition, the clinical literature suggests that disgust is highly associated with avoidance and rejection of that which is disgusting (Olatunji & Sawchuk, 2005; Rozin, Haidt, & McCauley, 2008).
The spokesman clarified that the female student had alleged the use of disgusting language not harassment as reported in a section of press.
I think it is disgusting that children have to put up with this.
EBOLA is a disgusting disease, and not just because you die bleeding from every orifice.
I cannot believe how disgusting the writers and the producers have gotten with their programs.
Thus, contact with certain cues that evoke disgust can turn a neutral object into something disgusting (Rozin, Millman, & Nemeroff, 1986).
The Cove is a useful text through which to think about these questions: a kind of ecothriller, it includes disgusting footage of the dolphin killing, but it also narrates the desperation and daring with which its team acquired that footage and models responses to witnessing it.
If an object comes in contact with something disgusting, then it must be contaminated.
Mrs Carroll added no exceptions should be made in Northern Ireland, branding the sentence disgusting.
Live football Sky Sports 1, 8pm LET'S hope there aren't any disgusting decisions from the assistant referees tonight, writes James Milton.
And it's the same for many other sights, sounds and smells: What's disgusting is in the queasy stomach of the beholder.
Disgust is a blend of survival instinct and culture, and THAT'S DISGUSTING identifies the latest findings in neurology and brain research.
While hooked up to an apparatus that measures skin conductance, the subjects were shown a series of disgusting (a man eating writhing worms) and pleasant images (a bowl of fruit).
Goodman and associates conducted functional MRI imaging on eight subjects with contamination OCD and eight gender-and age-matched controls as they viewed pictures designed to be neutral, disgusting, or threatening.