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1. Aversive definition is - tending to avoid or causing avoidance of a noxious or punishing stimulus

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3. Aversive definition, of or relating to aversion

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4. Aversive synonyms, Aversive pronunciation, Aversive translation, English dictionary definition of Aversive


5. Aversive: 1 adj tending to repel or dissuade “ Aversive conditioning”

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6. ‘an Aversive agent is added, which gives the antifreeze an unpleasant taste’ More example sentences ‘the very thought of cheating or acting immorally is deeply Aversive for the virtuous character’

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7. Find 160 ways to say Aversive, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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8. What does Aversive mean? (psychology, countable) An unpleasant stimulus intended to induce a change in behaviour

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9. Aversive Racism Definition Aversive racism is a form of contemporary racism that, in contrast to the traditional form, operates unconsciously in subtle and indirect ways

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10. Aversive racists regard themselves as nonprejudiced but, at the same time, harbor negative feelings and beliefs about members of minority groups

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11. Aversive racism was originally hypothesized to characterize the attitudes […]

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12. The chief stimuli used in the therapy are electrical, chemical, or imagined Aversive situations

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13. The Aversive consequence, failing, is put off by studying


14. The unfortunate part involves what occurs after the Aversive stimuli have been removed, e.g., when one completes school

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15. If one’s study of behavior has been only under Aversive control, …


16. The term Aversive has been used in this way to refer to a specific subclass of stimuli-such as electric shock (Carr & Lovaas, 1983) or "extraneous Aversives" (Bailey, 1983)-that appear to be unpleasant, noxious, or dangerous

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17. Aversion therapy, sometimes called Aversive therapy or Aversive conditioning, is used to help a person give up a behavior or habit by having them associate it with something unpleasant.

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18. Aversive tools like bark collars, choke and prong collars don’t change your dog’s behavior, at least in a way that’s effective and long-term

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19. In most instances, they simply suppress the behavior when the Aversive is present


20. An Aversive illness is gradual, prolonged, and caused by internal events; an Aversive airpuff is fast, brief, and caused by the external world

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21. By definition, Aversive conditioning―or Aversive therapy to be precise―is a form of conditioning, wherein, the subject is simultaneously exposed to a stimulus (particular behavior) and discomfort, as a result of which he starts associating the two and stops the said behavior.

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23. Taken together, the posterior insula processes Aversive somatosensory events and contributes to elaborate their negative valence

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24. ![Figure][2] Optogenetic studies to determine Aversive signaling in brain areas upstream of the amygdala

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25. Aversive procedure is defined as the use of a substance or stimulus, intended to modify behavior, which the person administering it knows or should know is likely to cause physical and/or emotional trauma to a student, even when the substance or stimulus appears to be pleasant or neutral to others.

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26. Another type of the ARFID eating disorder is Aversive

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27. Individuals whose food refusal is related to the Aversive type may experience on fear-based reactions


28. Aversive ARFID evokes a fear of choking, nausea, vomiting, pain and/or swallowing, forcing the individual to …

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29. Aversive stimuli - events that organisms avoid or escape fr… Positive punishment occurs when a stimulus is presented fol… • All things being equal, most people will respond better to b…

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30. Synonyms for Aversive include evitative, unpitying, apathetic, indifferent, unfeeling, unresponsive, cold, unconcerned, cool and frigid

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31. Aversive state processing in the posterior insular cortex Nat Neurosci


32. It has become increasingly clear, however, that dopamine neurons also transmit signals related to salient but nonrewarding experiences such as Aversive and alerting events

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33. A conditioned Aversive stimulus is an initially neutral stimulus that becomes Aversive after repeated pairing with an unconditioned Aversive stimulus

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34. In Aversive racism, equality of rights and freedom are intended so that each group openly lives its own culture.

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35.Aversive Feeding Behavior: Getting full mouth opening for the spoon and why it’s worth the trouble” I am from Toronto, Canada, my daughter is having a very similar problem with accepting spoon and solid food

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36. Between Aversive leadership and distinction at work or work alienation psychological capital is a moderating variable such that work alienation will be low in high level ofPsyCap

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37. Aversive leadership is the Independent Variable


38. Aversive cues (Aversive cue > water cue and Aversive cue > no-liquid-delivery cue) elicited activation in inferior frontal gyrus, OFC, insula, frontal pole, caudate, and occipital cortex

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39. Controlled Comparison of Aversive Therapy and Imaginal Desensitization in Compulsive Gambling Volume 142, Issue 4 Nathaniel McConaghy (a1) , Michael S

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40. Aversive Stimulus An unpleasant or painful stimulus

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41. Everyone finds different things Aversive so we have to be careful to determine individual preferences and dislikes for each client.

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42. What Is LIMA? LIMA is an acronym for the phrase “Least Intrusive, Minimally Aversive

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43. LIMA describes a trainer or behavior consultant who uses the least intrusive, minimally Aversive strategy out of a set of humane and effective tactics likely to succeed in achieving a training or behavior change objective.

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44. It is important to understand how sensory inputs to sensory neurons are processed in the neural circuit to generate switching of attractive behavior to Aversive behavior.However, not much is known about the functions of these interneurons

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45. This chapter examines one form of contemporary racism, “Aversive racism.” Aversive racism is characterized by a conflict between the denial of personal prejudice and unconscious negative feelings and beliefs, which may be rooted in normal psychological processes (such as social categorization).

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46. Aversive treatment procedures may be appropriate for an individual student who exhibits behaviors which pose a risk of physical harm to the student or others, or a risk of significant damage to property, or significantly disruptive

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47. The Aversive procedures to be eliminated have some or all of the following characteristics: Obvious signs of physical pain experienced by the individual

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48. Aversive racism can be defined as exhibiting racist tendencies while denying that those thoughts, behaviors, and motives are racist (Schneider, Gruman, and Coutts, 2012)

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49. People who are Aversive racists believe that they support egalitarian principles, or equal rights for all, though this is at odds with their clear racial biases.

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50. Aversive stimuli/situations elicit strong URs that evolved via natural selection for safety Environment configuration determines which reaction occurs Instrumental responses similar to SSDRs learning more easily in avoidance experiments than responses unrelated to SSDRs.

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51. Appetitive and Aversive Social Motives and Goals I am interested in investigating how appetitive social motives and goals, such as need for affiliation and approach social goals, differ from Aversive social motives and goals, such as fear of rejection and avoidance social goals.

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52. What is the opposite of Aversive? Antonyms for Aversive (opposite of Aversive).

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53. LIMA is an acronym for ‘least intrusive, minimally Aversive’ training and it speaks so perfectly to my commitment to helping people and pets to live their best possible life together

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54. This stimulation was Aversive, and instrumentally pausing stimulation could reinforce lever-pressing

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55. Thus, the activity of dehydration-activated MnPO neurons establishes a scalable, persistent, and Aversive internal state that dynamically controls thirst

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56. Guided Notes Aversive Control Learning Objectives 1


57. Be able to identify which cells from the contingency matrix define “Aversive control.” 3

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58. Guided Notes Aversive Control terminates that stimulus


59. The difference between the conditions with and without the Aversive stimulus is an immediate one

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60. Example: _ waking up to alarm sound and turning it off _____ _ Avoidance _____: With avoidance, the Aversive stimulus is never present

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AVERSIVE [əˈvərsiv]

aversive (adjective)