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sa·ti·a·tion

(sā-shē-ā'shŭn),
The state produced by fulfillment of a specific need, such as hunger or thirst.
[L. satio, pp. -atus, to fill, satisfy]

sa·ti·a·tion

(sā'shē-ā'shŭn)
A sense or state of produced by fulfillment of a specific need, such as hunger or thirst.
[L. satio, pp. -atus, to fill, satisfy]

satiation

(sā″shē-ā′shŭn)
In nutritional science, a sense of satisfaction or fullness with a meal that keeps a person from wanting to eat any more food.

satiation

full satisfaction of desire to eat and drink.
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For Experiments 5 and 6, each of which had only two blocks of trials, satiation ratings as a function of two blocks of trials were analyzed.
Clinical Trial 1: The Investigation into the satiation effect of Alginate bodies.
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The inexhaustible energy of Egyptians spilled into the early hours of the morning, languorously sedated by intoxicating music and satiation of the senses.
This dynamic equilibrium is more complex than originally postulated and is influenced by lifestyle, calorie and nutrient intake, reward cravings and satiation, energy metabolism, stress response capabilities, immune metabolism and genetics.
They address the roles of amylin, enterocytes, gene-environment interactions, neural networks and circuits, the blood-brain barrier, leptin and insulin, the brainstem, and functional neuroimaging studies in food reward, eating and meal size control, appetite, regulation, fat storage, obesity, satiation, and brain development.
One possibility was that satiation impacted responding toward the end of each phase.
Postprandial distress syndrome includes one or more symptoms of bothersome postprandial fullness and early satiation, while epigastric pain syndrome includes unexplained epigastric pain and/or burning.
When feeding children, authoritarian parents tend to be less sensitive to children's satiation cues and, consequently, they have a tendency to urge a child to overeat or eat when the child is not hungry.
The hunger that Isabel feels for Jaime spirals out of control when he dies, and she unsuccessfully seeks satiation with a chain of other lovers.
1], which previously was shown to exceed satiation (unpublished results).
There appears to be a very strong relationship between subjective well-being and income, which holds for both rich and poor countries, falsifying earlier claims of a satiation point at which higher GDP is not associated with greater well-being," they said in a paper to be published by the Brookings Institution.