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disgusted at (someone or something)

Very unhappy or disappointed with someone or something. I am totally disgusted at you for stealing money out of my purse. Why would you do something so sneaky?
See also: disgusted

disgusted with (someone or something)

Very unhappy or disappointed with someone or something. I am totally disgusted with you for stealing money out of my purse. Why would you do something so sneaky?
See also: disgusted

*disgusted at

someone or something; severely disappointed at someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~; grow ~.) We were disgusted at her incessant lying. Sam was disgusted at her.
See also: disgusted

*disgusted with

(someone or something); severely disappointed over someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~; grow ~.) I am totally disgusted with Ellen. We are all disgusted with the fall in the company's profits.
See also: disgusted
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We hoped to extend previous research related to disgust and memory by examining the relation between disgust and recollection for detailed information.
We recently observed facial disgust transmission in the laboratory, providing the first evidence that facial expression may provide one method for entraining disgust (Stevenson et al.
Whereas in disgust, the eyes close slightly to block out visual 'noise' to zero in and identify the noxious cause of the disgust.
The emotion of disgust is accompanied by a number of physiological reactions (such as nausea and vomiting) that function all together to prepare the organism for the avoidance and (ultimately) the rejection of infectious substances (Rozin, Haidt, & McCauley, 2008).
I review affect theory centred on disgust to investigate how and why that feeling so strongly influences tolerance, and, in the case of The Cove, provokes intolerance.
The book begins with a summary of the psychology of disgust and contamination.
First Herz surveys what kinds of things disgust people, and then she tries to explain why by exploring disgust's physiological basis (people with damage to some brain areas don't feel it, for example) and behavioral research on how people develop and respond to disgust.
Research on disgust in the last decade -- but especially in the last few years - has produced functional brain images that differentiate disgust from fear and point to the key role of the insular cortex in generating and processing disgust.
Let's Be Rational About Sex FROM DISGUST TO HUMANITY: SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW BY MARTHA C.
Those registering the highest disgust were more likely to disapprove of gays and lesbians and to hold other xenophobic views.
Disgust and its disorders; theory, assessment, and treatment implications.
1 : to strike with surprise, horror, or disgust <Their behavior shocked us.
What the neighbor's dog left on your lawn may annoy and disgust you, but to a dung beetle it's pure heaven.
Disgust is an emotion; a reaction that engages our hormones as well as our thought processes.