aversion


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Synonyms for aversion

a feeling of intense dislike

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the act of turning yourself (or your gaze) away

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Critique: Thoughtful and thought-provoking, and unreservedly recommended for community and academic library Contemporary Psychology collections and supplemental studies reading lists, "The Psychoanalyst's Aversion to Proof" will prove to be of very special interest to psychology students, practicing psychologists, and non-specialist general readers with an interest in psychotherapy.
The findings reveal for the first time that unique patterns of brain activity underlie the inequity aversion and guilt aversion strategies, even when the strategies yield the same behavior.
Even if the couple somewhat knows that they could actually have a healthy and great romantic relationship, the loss aversion on their friendship is too much that they won't even try to develop it into something deeper.
However, Gollier (2011) studies the effect of an increase in ambiguity aversion on demand for an uncertain asset, Snow (2011) examines the effects of introducing ambiguity (8) and greater ambiguity aversion on demand for self-insurance, and Alary, Gollier, and Treich (2013) explore the effect of ambiguity aversion on demand for self-insurance.
Rucker and I contend that the behaviours most commonly attributed to loss aversion are a result of other causes.
"When patients hear the potential risks of a procedure or treatment, the degree to which their aversion to risk is prominent will cause the risks to carry more weight than the benefits.
Credit Suisse (NYSE: CS) has said that markets are in the midst of serious market aversion.
This notion of reference-dependent preferences has its origins in the concept of loss aversion where people care not only about absolute consumption, but also about consumption relative to a reference point.
(1) In the loss aversion treatment, however, the extra credit is given at the beginning of the semester.
However, such finance models do not consider the concept of behavioural finance, where psychological factors like risk aversion or optimism can impact that an acquirer is willing to pay to purchase the target company.
The first offerings -- now available for licensing -- assess risk tolerance, loss aversion and decision consistency, as well as provide turnkey custom portfolio assessment and building.
My thoughts were driven by the broader behavioral economics theory of loss aversion.
TOKYO, April 12 (KUNA) -- The US Dollar fell to a five-month low against the Japanese yen into the lower JPY 109 range on Wednesday, due to risk aversion amid increasing geopolitical tensions.
First, the literature on the customer's behavior will be reviewed with respect to the loss aversion. Second, the literature on the firm's behavior will be reviewed with respect to the risk neutral utility.