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aversion therapynoun [U]

uk   /əˈvɜː.ʃən ˌθer.ə.pi/ us   /əˈvɝː.ʒən ˌθer.ə.pi/
a method of treating habits or types of behaviour that are not wanted or not acceptable, by causing the patient to connect them with bad feelings: Despite what many people think, aversion therapy is no longer used by professional psychologists in this country.
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