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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of desensitization

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of desensitization:
/dɪzɛnsətəzejʃən/

Derived Form of desensitization

noun
plural: desensitizations
Noun
1
the process of reducing sensitivity
Synonymsdesensitisation,
Type ofdecrease, decrement,
See alsodesensitize,

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  1. is like a phobia desensitization strategy.
  2. In the medical literature on the topic, the idea of desensitization to phobia inducing
  3. exposure to video games leads to an increased level of desensitization towards violence
  4. could lead to desensitization towards it.
  5. Do you think this desensitization towards death in the medical profession is compromising our humanity?
  6. which stands for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing.
  7. gradual desensitization.
  8. I've heard a lot of people talk about the desensitization to killing.
  9. for such skills as decision making and team performance - but not for desensitization to violence.
  10. and this is referred to as a mechanism of desensitization.
  11. Now, desensitization is a problem which has intrigued me, a scientific problem, throughout my research career.
  12. Now, in desensitization, this refers to the fact that when you stimulate a cell with almost any agonist, for example,
  13. So, this is a classical example of desensitization. And for many years, my attention has been engaged by trying to understand how that works.
  14. thus leading to a waning of stimulation, and desensitization of the receptor.
  15. and leading to desensitization by a mechanism that does not involve the beta-arrestins.
  16. Now, as I told you, I had been interested from the earliest days of my career in this desensitization phenomenon.
  17. And so, whenever we developed any new technique for studying the receptors, I always wanted to bring it back to the study of desensitization.
  18. but in which desensitization had been blocked by an antagonist.
  19. So, this immediately suggested to us that perhaps in association with their desensitization,
  20. to isolate the kinase responsible for this specific desensitization, at the time we called it the beta-adrenergic receptor kinase,