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  • and body link of hunger is a more recent matter. Nowadays, hunger is primarily motivational. Despite previous strong beliefs that hunger is a purely biological
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  • Society Meeting 210 #42.05 (American Astronomical Society) 38: 157.  Hermann Hunger, David Pingree (1989). "MUL.APIN: An Astronomical Compendium in Cuneiform"
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  • bloodstream that causes people to experience the psychological need of hunger and subsequent drive to eat. (Reeve, 2009) Could it be a similar case with
    21 KB (176 words) - 22:01, 28 August 2015
  • placed on the difference between emotional eating versus eating out of hunger, or to satisfy physiological or biological needs. Emotional eating is a
    28 KB (2,294 words) - 09:59, 21 November 2014
  • men in London than in Dublin; they were all running away from oppression, hunger, and lack of opportunity to work. Thomas Kearey was one such… In his early
    8 KB (1,277 words) - 03:00, 18 September 2014
  • Society Meeting 210 #42.05 (American Astronomical Society) 38: 157.  Hermann Hunger, David Pingree (1989). "MUL.APIN: An Astronomical Compendium in Cuneiform"
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  • he returned to the United States he founded Heifers for Relief with the goal of ending hunger through providing training and livestock to needy families
    15 KB (2,418 words) - 13:01, 25 August 2010
  • Action is related with influence on the appetite control center (centers of hunger and satiation), located in hypothalamus. Drugs that increase an appetite
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  • change in emotion. They believed that crying can reduce distress and lead to relief. However, there was little empirical evidence in Breuer and Freud's concept
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  • the Five Freedoms (Farm Animal Welfare Council, 2003): 1. Freedom from hunger and thirst. 2. Freedom from discomfort. 3. Freedom from pain, injury
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  • guides behaviours that ensure the basic needs are met such as procreation, hunger and thirst. Alternately, the defensive motive system directs and guides
    29 KB (4,379 words) - 04:11, 13 December 2010
  • categories (see Figure 2). The most basic needs are physiological, such as hunger, thirst, and sex (Huang & Hsu, 2009). Climbing the pyramid, Maslow’s other
    30 KB (3,601 words) - 14:50, 8 May 2016
  • physiological needs which creates a problem as not all needs are driven by hunger, thirst or sexual desires. The drive theory also encompasses an ideology
    31 KB (2,841 words) - 14:24, 8 May 2016
  • to satisfy their particular physiological need. For example, thirst and hunger have different internal cues to indicate to the person which needs must
    85 KB (11,606 words) - 01:59, 7 May 2016
  • and harmony, all the hunger and poverty in the world could be overcome. More than a billion people on earth suffer from hunger and poverty. That is actually
    405 KB (70,118 words) - 00:58, 9 May 2016
  • of bodily needs. That is, the extent that one can reach a point of great hunger or fatigue without realizing it. What requirements are needed to experience
    41 KB (80 words) - 13:01, 2 August 2015
  • disasters—including cyclones, floods, landslides, droughts, hunger, riots, massacres, assassinations, and relief of remote villages. Appealing to local and global
    54 KB (8,034 words) - 15:38, 4 October 2014
  • Jolie (refugees), and Irish rock band U2’s lead singer Bono (poverty and hunger). They are part of a very long list of accomplished artists who have used
    48 KB (7,647 words) - 14:26, 4 October 2014
  • categorical denial of a lofty goal is a little self-defeating (like denying hunger because there is no food in your mouth), Anscombe goes on to say that governments
    39 KB (6,221 words) - 14:25, 4 October 2014
  • absorption is temporarily compromised include: carbon dioxide inhalation; air hunger (usually present individuals with lung diseases such as asthma); smoking;
    29 KB (3,728 words) - 02:54, 25 November 2015

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