Alliesthesia ({GreekFont|αλλιώς} (alliós) - changed, and {GreekFont|αἴσθησις} (aísthēsis) - sensation, perception ; French : alliesthésie, German : Alliästhesie) describes the dependence of the perception of pleasure or disgust perceived when consuming a stimulus on the `milieu intérieur` of the organism. Therefore, a stimul.....
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alliesthesia The perception of an external stimulus as pleasant or unpleasant, depending on the internal stimuli. A particular stimulus may be perceived as pleasant at one time and unpleasant at another time.
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