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thermal adaptation


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A form of adaptation (2) whereby prolonged exposure to a stimulus that is warmer than physiological zero tends to cause it to feel less warm, and prolonged exposure to a stimulus that is colder than physiological zero tends to cause it to feel less cold. It can be demonstrated by an experiment described under successive contrast.

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