aftereffect


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af·ter·ef·fect

(af'ter-ĕ-fekt'),
A physical, physiologic, psychological, or emotional effect that continues after removal of a stimulus. See: flashback.

aftereffect

(ăf′tər-ĭ-fĕkt′)
n.
An effect following its cause after some delay, especially a delayed or prolonged physiological or psychological response to a stimulus.

aftereffect

a physical or psychological effect that continues after the stimulus is removed.

af·ter·ef·fect

, after-effect (AE) (aftĕr-ĕ-fekt)
A physical, physiologic, psychological, or emotional effect that continues after removal of a stimulus.

af·ter·ef·fect

, after-effect (aftĕr-ĕ-fekt)
A physical, physiologic, psychological, or emotional effect that continues after removal of a stimulus.
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For the variable that showed a significant aftereffect, we further examined whether the retention of the aftereffect varied as a function of the load.
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