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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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Ratings on the POMS were also compared pre- and post-PSAP task on deprivation and satiation days to evaluate the effects of task completion on mood.
In the present study, the apparent satiation amount of brook trout was different at different temperatures (Table I) and according to Khan et al.
If we consciously attempt to avoid semantic satiation and pay attention to the words, analyzing the definition highlights the complexity of managing experience.
Thus, if the satiation hypothesis seems to apply at the population level (see above), it may still be of importance at the community level, as parrots may be satiated by the whole fruit abundance.
They give sustainable energy and satiations and suppress nagging hunger.
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The research confirmed the effect on satiation that the investigators expected.
There is empirical research evidence which suggests that Behavior techniques included Relaxation technique, Imagery Exercises, Thought Stopping, Exposure with Response Prevention (ERP) and Satiation , , , , produce significant changes in rituals as compulsions: cleaning or checking and recurrent thought as Obsessions.
For her part, Head of (ICRC) in Syria reviewed the committee's activities regarding the food aid and water satiation in the temporarily residential centers.
Do we have to experience an end to comfort and satiation to truly appreciate it?
These figures matched up with the satiation levels expected based on how much soup they had actually eaten.
Scientists at the University of Minnesota's Carson School of Management say one way to combat obesity is to stop enjoying unhealthy food sooner--stopping when you've reached satiation, rather than beyond.