frustrative


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Adj.1.frustrative - preventing realization or attainment of a desire
preventative, preventive - tending to prevent or hinder
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The role of frustrative nonreward in noncontinuous reward situation.
Coping with frustrative stress: A behavioral and cognitive analysis.
As far as the lower position of the so-called exclusive adverb is concerned, the data presented in this section lead us to conclude that it is located between the frustrative aspect (lexicalized by the adverb em vao'in vain') and the completive aspect (completamente 'completely'), in accordance with the template given in (64').
158), frustrative "in vain" marking, and systems of evidentiality, whereby speakers are required to specify their source of information when making a statement about a state of affairs.
Frustrative nonreward and pituitary-adrenal activity in squirrel monkeys.
113) Remarking on their experiences with the regulations over the years, he claimed "we are in a general frustration although we have repeatedly inform[ed] the Fisheries Department of this great frustrative situation.
High state and trait anxiety are associated with the activation of the BIS (a conceptual nervous system concept that largely reflects the activities of the septo-hippocampal system), with those most sensitive or reactive to the effects of punishment or frustrative non-reward (i.
Melges and Poppen (1976) found that when monkeys were trained on a differential rate of reinforcement for low rates of response, increases in the delay interval before reinforcement led to the monkeys becoming highly agitated, and they manifested frustrative behaviors such as biting their fingers, shaking the cage, and vocalizing.
Second, he found that there were four distinct types of violent acts: physically defensive (in which the perpetrator sees his violent act as one of self-defense), frustrative (in which he acts out of anger because of the thwarting of his intentions), malefic (in which he judges the victim to be extremely evil or malicious), and frustrative-malefic (a combined type).
1997; Fernandez-Teruel, Gimenez-Llort, Escorihuela, Gil, Aguilar, Steimer, & Tobena, 2002c; Steimer & Driscoll, 2003, 2005), in the Vogel's punishment test (Corda, Piras, Valentini, Scano, & Giorgi, 1998; Ferre, Fernandez-Teruel, Escorihuela, Driscoll, Corda, Giorgi, & Tobena, 1995), in baseline and stress-enhanced acoustic startle response (Aguilar, Gil, Tobena, Escorihuela, & Fernandez-Teruel, 2000; Yilmazer-Hanke, Faber-Zuschratter, Linke, & Schwegler, 2002), and in several procedures of frustrative non-reward (Rosas, Callejas-Aguilera, Escarabajal, Gomez, de la Torre, Aguero, Tobena, Fernandez-Teruel, & Torres, 2007; Torres, Cendido, Escarabajal, de la Torre, Maldonado, Tobena, & Fernandez-Teruel, 2005).
Frustrative nonreward in partial reinforcement and discrimination learning; some recent history anda theoretical extension.