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In [[aversive stimulation]], '''Aversives''' are unpleasant [[Stimulus (physiology)|stimuli]] which induce changes in [[behavior]] through [[punishment (psychology)|punishment]]; by applying an aversive immediately following a behavior, the likelihood of the behavior occurring in the future is reduced. Aversives can vary from being slightly unpleasant or irritating (such as a disliked color) to physically damaging (such as an [[electric shock]]). It is not the level of unpleasantness, but rather the effectiveness the unpleasant event has on changing behavior that defines the aversive.
 
In [[aversive stimulation]], '''Aversives''' are unpleasant [[Stimulus (physiology)|stimuli]] which induce changes in [[behavior]] through [[punishment (psychology)|punishment]]; by applying an aversive immediately following a behavior, the likelihood of the behavior occurring in the future is reduced. Aversives can vary from being slightly unpleasant or irritating (such as a disliked color) to physically damaging (such as an [[electric shock]]). It is not the level of unpleasantness, but rather the effectiveness the unpleasant event has on changing behavior that defines the aversive.

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