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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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Food aversion learning in sheep: persistence of conditioned taste aversions to palatable shrubs (Cercocarpus montanus and Amelanchier alnifolia).
Thus, our finding was not without precedent and provides an additional correspondence between LiCl-based and running-based taste aversions.
Context switch effects and Context Experience in Rats' Conditioned Taste Aversion
In some cases, either anorexia or aversions for foods eaten in conjunction with the disease may develop.
He has demonstrated great success in balancing his clients' lifecycles with their aversions to risk, a skill our clients will benefit from both immediately and in the future.
During conditioning phase (Phase 1), flavor consumption decreased between the first and second conditioning trials, revealing that all three groups formed strong aversions to the fluids with which they were conditioned.
Working on farms and ranches in Northern California as a youth, Garcia heard more stories of food aversions caused by illness-these occurring in a different corner of the animal world.
A priori F-test comparisons indicated that aversions were formed for both groups at the 0-min delay, as the handled and nonhandled groups differed from the placebo controls at the 0-min interval, Fs(1, 52) [greater than or equal to] 17.
Cancer patients develop aversions to foods eaten just before chemotherapy," Bernstein said last week in Los Angeles at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association.
In short, there appears to be an intriguing difference in the source of the target flavor sufficient for the acquisition of preferences as opposed to aversions: For preferences the flavor may be experienced by the demonstrator and some remnant of it sensed by the observer, but for aversion the target flavor must be directly sensed by the observer.
These results suggest that administration of certain anesthetic agents do not produce CTA, and they also indicate that certain anesthetic agents may in fact interfere with learning of taste aversions.
After this treatment, a change of the taste-context combinations reduced the taste aversions.
Explicitly unpaired controls were used because we planned to compare specific experimental groups with respective controls to determine if, among other things, aversions were influenced by nonassociative factors such as pseudoconditioning.