Strengths and weaknesses of aversion therapy
*Many cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy that nauseate them develop food aversions. As a result, they suffer a loss of appetite and malnutrition. Fortunately, thanks to Bernstein's lifesaver experiment there are many procedures in chemotherapy which allow patients to eat a lifesaver (sweet) to serve as a scapegoat. This protects the patients diet from becoming aversive.
*Flavor aversion can be used to protect endangered species. For examples. In America conditioned flavour aversions are used against predators such as snakes, foxes and hawks to stop them destroying the egg…
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