Vertalingen en voorbeelden
expand_more We zien dat er met name een afkeer van de Slavische talen en culturen bestaat.
En dit leidt tot onze tweede neiging, die economen 'afkeer van verlies' noemen.
En tot slot hadden we het over afkeer van verlies, en apen en appels.
Voorbeeldzinnen voor "aversion" in het Nederlands
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EnglishAnd this leads to the second bias, which economists have called loss aversion.
EnglishThere's an aversion to word problems, which describes 99 percent of my students.
EnglishA particular aversion to the Slavonic languages and cultures can be observed.
EnglishMadam President, time again criminal justice in Iran is arouses our aversion.
EnglishBut on the other hand, I hear people talking about fear, a sense of risk-aversion.
EnglishAnd last, we talked about loss aversion, and the monkeys and the apples.
EnglishBecause they found that loss aversion is a more powerful influence on people's behavior.
EnglishHe seemed to have become a moderate ruler, radical only in his aversion to homosexuality.
EnglishBut what are we going to do about the monkeys and loss aversion?
EnglishThis aversion to social values may seem at odds with the explosion of community service programs.
EnglishThe aversion some men in this House have shown towards having a serious discussion of this issue means the writing is on the wall.
EnglishThis is the notion of loss aversion.
EnglishI think it is right to specify general aversion to cloning of human beings at any stage in their development.
EnglishOur experience of the Council in the conciliation procedure was of an institution which has an aversion to environmental policy like that of the devil to holy water.
EnglishMr Hänsch is correct in saying that Mr Kohl's liking for subsidiarity is proportional to his aversion to the ban on the Kirsch and Bertelsmann merger.
EnglishThere are now forces both in and outside of governments who wrongly interpret this as an aversion to payments from regional funds to countries with a low standard of living.
EnglishSo this notion of loss aversion kicks in when it comes to savings too, because people, mentally and emotionally and intuitively frame savings as a loss because I have to cut my spending.
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