Remarkably, this inherited aversive behavior
lasted for four generations, but in the fifth generation the worms were once again attracted to Pseudomonas.
Necromones are a class of chemicals released from dead or injured animals that elicit risk aversive behavior
In fact, the TRs may relay information to a specific part of the brain that elicits innately aversive behavior
Church (Ed.), Punishment and aversive behavior
In other words, it appears that the children of more depressed mothers displaced their aversive behavior
onto another family member.
Church (Eds.), Punishment and aversive behavior
369), Jill may report "feeling like a new person" or having "a new self" because personally aversive behavior
such as muscle tension and pain have diminished or disappeared (also see, Maslow, 1970, p.
217 here on power of response to others' aversive behavior
; Anita Vangelisti, "Messages that Hurt," in: The Dark Side of Interpersonal Communications, ed.
This program at the Richmond State School, Richmond, Texas has been highly successful for several years in reducing the practitioner's reliance on such aversive behavior
management techniques as physical restraint, sedation or general anesthesia.
Similarly, Campbell and Church (1969) referred to "aversive behavior
," not to the subjective reactions to noxious stimuli.
The two categories reflected degree of maternal asynchrony in reactions to her child's positive and aversive behavior
. In both cases, mothers' reactions were considered as appropriate or inappropriate based on our judgments about matching or mismatching valences (see, for details, Wahler & Dumas, 1986; Cerezo & Dolz, 2000).