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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.

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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Caption: Figures 4a-b The tilt aftereffect illusion.
When analyzing the differences in patient evolution (outcome) before and after implementing the nurse assessment protocol, with regard to aftereffects, most (60.2%) were discharged from the trauma unit, with or without aftereffects.
The aftereffect of an increased stride length was retained for a shorter period of time in the heavy-resistance load condition than in the medium-resistance load condition, suggesting that a large error size may undermine the retention of aftereffects.
The results of the study reported here support a similar argument: The extent to which physical aftereffects interfere with life did not appear to be related to self-image and life outlook once we accounted for things that survivors worry about.
Because of the anecdotal state of knowledge regarding these phenomena, objective measures of VE aftereffects are currently under development.
A 1989 review article that evaluated the methodology of seventy-six studies on the psychological aftereffects of abortion noted that both opponents and advocates of abortion could easily prove their case by picking and choosing from a wide range of contradictory evidence.
To add nuance to the simplicity that this model might suggest, Bellamy focuses on the processes of condensation by which the epic tries to appropriate romance - not simply an "imperialist" appropriation but one which produces "a generic edge by means of which the aftereffects of a romance unconscious leave their repressed, but nonetheless observable, traces" (32).
It is noninvasive, safe, and has no aftereffects other than a patient's well-earned feeling of relief that the scan is over.
The WHO findings fly in the face of a 1989 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) survey, which found no aftereffects from the accident and recommended no further evacuations, even from the most radioactive areas.
We've all heard stories of the shameful treatment of our troops in Iraq and yet Gulf War veterans, and relatives of those affected by the A-bomb tests 50 years ago, are STILL fighting for Government acknowledgement over the aftereffects suffered by servicemen.
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.
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.