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the capacity for or an act of responding to a stimulus

a condition of intense public interest or excitement

one that evokes great surprise and admiration

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Among the subjective sensations of cocaine, there are reports on increased euphoria and diminished sedation (Fischman et al.
The purpose of this study was to compare the acute effects of a 60-sec passive stretching (PS) per muscle group for a total of 5 min on vertical jumps height (VJH), muscle power (MP), flight Time (FT), and Subjective Sensation of Pain Threshold (SSPT).
We complemented objective glare analysis with the subjective sensation of glare of the participants with GSV scale.
Subjective assessment for the visual security of the cipher-images can be influenced by the measuring environment and subjective sensation.
Caruso wrote, in the little booklet mentioned above, page 55, that he always "kept the supply of breath as far down toward the abdomen as possible"--an admirable subjective sensation, but accomplished, not in any abdominal muscles, but by the "dam" of a well adjusted larynx.
Both restriction of the breath cross-section and excessively high consumption of air during phonation may produce a subjective sensation of unspecific respiratory complaints.
Dyspnea is a potentially debilitating subjective sensation that is poorly understood.
Dyspnea--a subjective sensation of difficulty breathing--is experienced by 70% of patients in the last 6 weeks of life, he said at the annual meeting of the Society of Hospital Medicine.
He argues that the assumption of his natural "original principle of human nature" should at least provisionally be accepted as data for reasoning about the relation between subjective sensation and its objects:
A validated questionnaire was used and filled by assisting the patient to quantify the impact of subjective sensation of tinnitus on patient's 'Quality of Life' (QOL).
His vital signs and exam were unremarkable except for mild decreased subjective sensation in the tips of all his fingers from pinprick and light touch.
We would also like to emphasize that there are two different clinical entities that may occur with dizziness after an Epley maneuver: (1) some patients experience a sense of vertigo at the end of the maneuver, and (2) some report a subjective sensation of lightheadedness or a brief period of imbalance after the resolution of their vertigo during the first 24 hours after treatment.
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