aftereffect


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any result that follows its cause after an interval

a delayed effect of a drug or therapy

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Matsumiya hypothesized that if the visual system really does respond to signals from another modality, then we should see evidence for face aftereffects from one modality to the other.
Previous studies have indicated that patients with incomplete SCI can adapt to a robotic-generated resistance load during gait and generate an aftereffect consisting of an increased stride length following resistance load release [15-16].
In their paper, the scientists show that humans experience the Motion Aftereffect even if the motion that they see in the background is so brief that they can't even tell whether it is heading to the right or the left.
The study by Glasser, along with his advisor, Professor Duje Tadin, and colleagues James Tsui and Christopher Pack of the Montreal Neurological Institute, shows that humans experience the Motion Aftereffect even if the motion that they see in the background is so brief that they can't even tell whether it is heading to the right or the left.
The finding suggests that much of the early processing of motion in the brain, such as that required for the motion aftereffect, depends on how an observer directs his or her attention to a moving object, writes Oliver Braddick of the University of Cambridge, England, in an accompanying commentary.
As for the aftereffects of a fright, "Almost any adult can remember back to a scary movie or television show that caused so much fear that the emotional upset lingered for a few days, weeks, or months.
Having to deal with a debilitating psychological problem, Craver discovered remarkable healing approaches showing the reader how easy it is to recover from the aftereffects of traumatic experiences by using the right techniques.
Yates cited low investment returns, the growth of regulation, the aftereffects of the equities bear market and continuing weak bond yields.
Darkness and danger are always present in the work of South African artists, no matter the attempts to whitewash the aftereffects of apartheid, and, Rhode, like many, remains particularly sensitive to the potential for violence to erupt under the most ordinary circumstances.
ROBERT Kilroy Silk, who cut his political teeth as Labour MP for Ormskirk and later Knowsley North during the 70s and 80s, seems to be suffering from the aftereffects of an over-inflated ego.
Edward, weakened but not seriously injured, was treated the next day for some minor aftereffects of the rescue.
Nine people, or 24% of the respondents, complained of physical aftereffects, such as numbness in the arms or legs.
WORLD number 14 Andy Murray insisted he had suffered no aftereffects from the wrist injury which had ruled him out since mid-May as he returned to claim a 6-4 6-4 victory in the first round of the Rogers Cup in Montreal.
And while the questions of heroism, exploitation, hypocrisy and the aftereffects of violence are examined here in the most complex context that Eastwood has ever tackled, the conclusions come out more muddled than in his best movies on such subjects, ``Unforgiven'' and ``Mystic River.
Adapted by Tom Stoppard, it stars Art Malik (Holby City), Christopher Timothy (Doctors and All Creatures Great And Small, both left) and Michael Jayston (Outside Edge) in an examination of the aftereffects of war.