tending to repel or dissuade
A grammatical case indicating that something is avoided or feared; the evitative case.
An unpleasant stimulus intended to induce a change in behaviour.
Tending to repel, causing avoidance (of a situation, a behaviour, an item, etc),
Avoidance that can be taught through the use of stimulus that either punish or reinforces.
The numerical value of aversive in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of aversive in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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On average, people smell more aversive when they're sick.
Disgust is an aversive emotion and can be a nasty thing to experience, if you have too much disgust and it's too strong and too regular, like people with trypophobia can have day after day, it's a pretty unpleasant experience.
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