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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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.
clorpromazine - Thorazine) in decreasing the frustrative response to nonreward and adrenergic agonists (e.
Taken together, these studies implicate, at minimum, an odor arising from donors experiencing frustrative nonreward.
As noted above (see [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED], General Introduction to this issue), an underlying theoretical concern is whether N odor is only an accompaniment of an emotional state of frustration (the "frustration odor" account) or is more properly considered an actual mark or signal of the occurrence of frustrative nonreward (the "no-food" account), irrespective of its emotional consequence.
Conversely, as the frustrative response and the heightened emotionality/reactivity were experienced by the cadmium-exposed continuous reinforcement animals (Group CAD-C) only on the inception of extinction, these cues served to disrupt the instrumental approach response to a greater extent than in the non-cadmium-exposed animals (Group SAC-C).