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Would you drink juice in which a giant cockroach had just been swimming? Would you taste the milk from which a rat had just been removed? At the very thought of such a drink, did you withdraw your jaw in a reaction of disgust? Such feelings have accompanied humans for thousands of years, but they have not always signaled the same thing.
The characteristic grimace, nausea, and avoidance of the repulsive object is an innate reaction to the questionable taste of the food consumed. Meanwhile, people turn their faces not only at the taste but also at the idea of coming into contact with an unwanted substance. According to psychologist Professor Paul Rozin of the University of Pennsylvania, the conception of the disgust response is an evolutionarily acquired defense mechanism against expanding environmental contamination.
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What makes us disgusted? According to psychologist Professor Paul Rozin of the University of Pennsylvania, the conception of the disgust response is an evolutionarily acquired defense mechanism against expanding environmental contamination.
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