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by Judith Sharlin, Sari Edelstein
Common Problems Associated with Pregnancy A similar theory regarding food aversions is that they are a protective mechanism during pregnancy designed to steer the mother away from dangerous foods. For example, a woman may have ...
Heal Beneath the Surface (2011)
Become Your Own Best Healer Using True Healing Solutions by Crystal Sage
Unlike cravings, the good thing about aversions is that you will naturally ( instinctively) avoid what is harming you. However, just like with cravings, most aversions also have an emotional component. Notice what comments or reactions you ...
by Ronald Manual Doctor, Ada P. Kahn, Christine A. Adamec
aversions 73 Organ System Sympathetic Branch Parasympathetic Branch Eyes/ pupils Heart rate Bronchia/Lungs Salivary glands Stomach Adrenal Medulla Sweat glands (hands and feet) Blood flow Constricts Constricts Increases saliva ...
by Irving B. Weiner, W. Edward Craighead
Taste aversions arise specifically from exposure to stimuli that produce nausea and a qualitative shift in palatability (Pelchat, Grill, Rozin, & Jacobs, 1983). Taste aversions are the product of a hard-wired system connecting the nose and mouth , ...
by Norbert M. Seel
Currently, there is common agreement that the following structures are necessary for gastrointestinal illness-mediated taste aversions: nucleus of the solitary tract, parabrachial nucleus, thalamus, amygdala, The parabrachial nucleus, ...
by W. Edward Craighead, Charles B. Nemeroff
Any distinctive taste or flavor can be the target ofa conditioned aversion, but some types of flavors seem to be particularly prone to the development of aversions. For example, proteins such as eggs, cheese, and meat are more likely to become ...
by Lindsay Allen, Andrew Prentice
Reduced food intake results from nausea, vomiting, learned food aversions, anorexia, and mucosititis. Artificial nutritional support may be required during treatment if oral intake is significantly reduced. Gastrointestinal Cancer Surgery ...
by Harry T. Reis, Susan Sprecher
This can be seen in coreared adopted and stepsiblings who also develop intense sexual aversions toward one another despite knowing they are ...
by Dana K. Cassell, David H. Gleaves
Taste aversions develop most easily to novel and less preferred foods and often persist for many years. One limitation of this therapy is the relative difficulty in establishing aversions to familiar, preferred foods, which are the very ones to which ...
A-E by Charles Donald Spielberger
Classical Conditioning and Food Aversion Food aversions are a serious clinical problem, especially those developed by association with the nausea produced by chemotherapy for cancer, which may later interfere with eating many foods.
Volume 1: Europe by Peter Nagy, Philippe Rouyer
aversions«. both challenge insular definitions ofIrish cultural identity and reaffirm the distinctiveness of the Irish use ofEnglish, seekingto establisha difficult balance between the local and the global. The plural interpretations of reality implicit in ...
by Rob Canton, David Hancock
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The value of this 9-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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