The proposal was rejected aversively
. They have power and they wanted to use it.
The elevated T-maze allows the measurement of two kinds of aversively
motivated behaviors namely, inhibitory avoidance (time the animal takes to leave the enclosed arm) and one-way escape (time taken to leave the open arm).
Thus, Rule 4 is particularly important for PTSD patients as the therapist may unintentionally punish emotional expression by the client or respond aversively
to the point that clients are less likely to present the material openly.
Nilsson (Eds.), Aversion, avoidance, and anxiety perspectives on aversively
First, the aversively
conditioned odor evokes a frequency change in the local field potential (LFP) oscillations recorded on the surface of the PC, but does not do so if the odor is applied before the conditioning (Kimura et al., 1998a; Inoue et al, 2006).
Applying this insight to the previous example, it is likely that one's defensive posturing vis-a-vis African-American males may escape notice when aligned with a given field (e.g., within avowed or aversively
Sole purpose is to hold tags and allow attachment of leash for restraint; not used aversively
Extracellular acetylcholine is increased in the nucleus accumbens following the presentation of an aversively
conditioned taste stimulus.
CRB1s are often behavioral excesses that aversively
stimulate persons in the client's life, but may also be behavioral or motivational deficits that negatively impact the client's social relationships.
"certainly cannot be expected to react aversively
to an excessive
task is to explain why women experience nonconsensual sex so aversively
When conflicts arise, one or both partners may respond aversively
by nagging, complaining, distancing, or becoming violent until the other gives in, creating a coercive cycle that each partner contributes to and maintains.