Translation of habituation in Spanish:


aclimatación, n.

Pronunciation /həbɪtʃʊˈeɪʃ(ə)n//həˌbɪtʃəˈweɪʃ(ə)n//həbɪtjʊˈeɪʃ(ə)n/


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    aclimatación feminine
    adaptación feminine
    Medicine habituación feminine
    habituation to sth aclimatación / adaptación a algo
    • She treats this habituation as entirely negative, since it's why we lose our appreciation of once-new pleasures.
    • Despite the apparent habituation resulting from years of living with abuse, as the joke implies, the pain has not gone unnoticed.
    • As the deforestation continues due to the increase in world population, the effect upon habituation is often significant.
    • Generally speaking, liturgical practices form persons in the same ways that any practice becomes formative: through habituation and extensive training until the practice becomes part or who one is.
    • Instead, lower level processes, such as habituation, may contribute.
    • I guess it will make for an interesting test of habituation.
    • Perhaps it's not surprising to find evidence of taming cats and their habituation with human settlements at such an early date.
    • We noticed earlier that habituation is not the end but the beginning of the progress toward virtue.
    • However, taken together, the large number of empirical similarities suggests strongly that common processes contribute to habituation and extinction.
    • The concept of social persons, she argues, dialectically links subjective interiority to the social world by habituation.
    • The drop in uptake and habituation is due to the decline in role of government/decmocratic institutions in society, aided and abetted by dominant political parties.
    • If habituation were solely responsible for extinction, then conditions during extinction and not during acquisition would alter the speed of extinction.
    • However, in July 2001 data collection on the first mixed-species group had to be discontinued because of high levels of poaching in the area, which impeded the progress of habituation and systematic data collection.
    • Social factors include habituation to sex with the partner, and unhappiness with the relationship.
    • This habituation prevents them from seeing new opportunities for growth.
    • The same excitatory process also appears to temporarily reverse long-term habituation.
    • This can lead to habituation, which in the long run can cause other problems like starvation, public safety risks, accident or death.
    • To be sure, Aristotle assigns an important role to the development of character through habituation.
    • It has never been as painstaking as this habituation process.
    • There's no gradual habituation to the danger zones, only dangerous lunges into the unknown or nothing.