habituate


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Synonyms for habituate

Synonyms for habituate

to make familiar through constant practice or use

Synonyms for habituate

take or consume (regularly or habitually)

make psychologically or physically used (to something)

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Experimental millipedes exposed to repeated vibrations did habituate while control millipedes, exposed to only two vibrations, did not.
* If they habituate, what are the physiologic costs; if they persist, what are the long-term health effects?
"We would propose to habituate our volunteers to the virtual environment and then expose them to real motion to see if they cope better than people who have received no virtual habituation," Howarth said.
More than one test is needed to habituate the volunteer to achieve a level of comfort in the test environment that will optimize compliance and reproducibility of functional responses.
In addition to irritating your neighbors, you allow birds to become comfortable (habituate with your cannon.
Fish and Wildlife Service's Chris Servheen: "I think grizzlies can habituate to anything, given enough time and exposure.
Renowned poet and Columnist, Mohammad Izhar-ul-Haq said that, those who possess the books and habituate of reading books, for them, the persecution of Yusuf is a great trauma.
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The reasons can be a result of a few things - the breeder's failure to socialise and habituate puppies prior to them being re-homed or even a bad experience, such as being attacked.
It can take a few years for researchers to habituate apes to humans so that they can be observed with any regularity.