Recent Examples of habituation from the Web
In 2014, Monica Gagliano, an evolutionary ecologist at the University of Western Australia in Perth, found that Mimosa plants can retain their habituation for at least a month.
When everyone connects and reads and works and plays on a smartphone. * * * Apple’s announcement revealed two new approaches to manage its fall into habituation.
But that can also come with risk of habituation and abuse.
The researchers wanted to see if age, habituation, or training influenced the dog's tendency to follow a human's gaze.
But through habituation, or paucity of talent, or lack of originality, most of us, writing, reach for the most workaday speech-tools, and in this way the world is made dull.
And they’d better get their habituation done in college, because the world beyond college will be far less willing to accommodate requests for trigger warnings and opt-outs.
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