Satiety

Satiety is most often used to describe the feeling of being "filled up" after eating and drinking - having no more desire to imbibe any further.

For example, the lab mouse ate too many food pellets and experienced satiety, no longer wanting to hit the lever to get food any longer. However, to be satiated can also be used to mean feeling totally satisfied whether it be with eating and drinking, intellectual stimulation, being surrounded by good friends. or really anything that can bring contentment.

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History of Psychology
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