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“Habituation also determines how much we enjoy something. In his popular book, Stumbling on Happiness, Daniel Gilbert(2006) noted that 'Among life's crueliest truths is this one: Wonderful things are especially wonderful the first time they happen, but their wonderfulness wanes with repetition... ... When we have an experience -- hearing a particular sonata, making love with a particular person, watching the sun set from a particular window with a particular person -- on successive occastions, we quickly begin to adapt to it, and the experience yields less pleasure each time' "
动物们聪明的、adaptive的learning by habituation能力 使它们无法长久地享受pleasureable things. They prefer variety -- variety of food, of scenes, and even of people.
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