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Definition of the noun aftereffect
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noun - plural: aftereffects
- any result that follows its cause after an interval
- a delayed effect of a drug or therapy
Alternative definition of the noun aftereffect
- Any delayed effect; an effect which is not immediately manifested.
- A term used for by recreational dextromethorphan users, meaning hung over. The period of time after a self-induced "high" has worn off, but there is still altered vision and awareness.
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Festschrift for Ivo Kohler by Lothar Spillman, Bill R. Wooten
A number of studies have demonstrated further that the primary basis for the negative aftereffect is a temporary...
Identity, Postcoloniality, Transnationalism by John Burt Foster, Jr., Wayne Froman
of emotion, as if one's psyche had undergone a profound catharsis whose aftereffect is a feeling of total sub— mission to the work. Furtwangler's Beethoven is not an artistic work to which one listens at a distance, but a work that takes over ...
Psychology in Your Life (2016)
by CTI Reviews
The motion aftereffect is a visual illusion experienced after viewing a moving visual stimulus for a time (tens of milliseconds to minutes) with stationary eyes, and then fixating a stationary stimulus. The stationary stimulus appears to move in the ...
Expressive Form (2004)
A Conceptual Approach to Computational Design by Kostas Terzidis
Aftereffect is an effect following its cause after some delay, especially a delayed or prolonged physiological or psychological response to a stimulus. It is the result that implies the cause. It is “after” that suggests “before”. The behavior of finite ...
The Direction of Time (1991)
by Hans Reichenbach, Maria Reichenbach
Aftereffect refers to relations within a row; independence to relations between different rows; and lattice invariance to relations between horizontal and vertical probabilities. We shall see later that these relations can also be satisfied by physical ...
Sensation and Perception (2014)
by Bennett L. Schwartz, John H. Krantz
A motion aftereffect is a motionbased visual illusion in which a stationary object is seen as moving in the opposite direction of real or apparent motion just observed . 8.3 Discuss how we infer form from the perception of biological motion.
by Gemma Calvert, Charles Spence, Barry E. Stein
A promising candidate area for direct involvement in the neural changes associated with the ventriloquism aftereffect is the parietal lobe, where individual neurons respond to multiple sensory stimuli. The parietal lobe has been implicated in ...
by J.E. Roeckelein
Afterimages/aftereffects include the following: postural aftereffect - a subjective phenomenon resulting from adoption of an eccentric or abnormal body position for a period of time, and then assuming a normal position whereupon one has the ...
by Victor E. Taylor, Charles E. Winquist
Leslie Hill attempts to expose Blanchot's so-called anti- Senutism as erroneous; and in Scandal and Aftereffect: Blanchot and France Since f930 (l996), Steven Ungar attempts to ...
by Charles P. Poole, Jr.
BALLISTIC AFTEREFFECT An inertia effect occurring when a magnetic bubble domain is displaced under the action of a pulse of a nonuniform magnetizing field , and continues its motion at the initial speed after the pulse termination. The path ...
by Stuart Sutherland
aftereffect. Any direct effect of a stimulus on perception that operates (usually briefly) after the stimulus ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
by Elmar Waibl
aftereffect < longterm effect‚ side-effect, spin-off- effect; ...
The Evolution, Function, Nature, and Mysteries of Slumber by Deirdre Barrett, Patrick McNamara
enhanced performance in a visuomotor coordination task ( specifically, improved visual motion perception by decreasing motion aftereffect duration) for ...
by James H. Stramler, Jr.
auditory auditory absolute threshold see threshold of audibility auditory aftereffect a phenomenon in which familiar sounds appear modulated for a period of time after listening to rapid, high- intensity impulses; also auditory aftereffect ...
by Sidney L. Landau
aftereffect n. EFFECT. aftermath n. consequence, result, upshot, aftereffect, outcome, end, sequel, reward, finale, denouement, payoff. ant prelude, start, onset, beginning. afterthought 16 aghast afterthought n.
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
causatum, fortuity, incident, landmark, milepost, occasion, offshoot 9 aftermath, happening, milestone, outgrowth, resultant 1 0 occurrence, pnenome- non 11 achievement, aftereffect, competition, consequence, eventuality 12 circumstance, ...
The Dictionary of Psychology (2002)
by Raymond J. Corsini
aftereffect A sensation that remains or cominues after a stimulus ceases or is removed. for ...
by Irving B. Weiner, W. Edward Craighead
Perhaps the most famous phenomena in motion perception is the Motion Aftereffect (MAE) that is produced when one stares at one direction of motion for a long time (around 30 seconds, also known as adaptation), for example, a waterfall.
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