spontaneous recovery


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spontaneous recovery

n
(Psychology) psychol the reappearance of a response after its extinction has been followed by a period of rest
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SOCRATES: And this spontaneous recovery of knowledge in him is recollection?
The project s specific objectives are to ensure a well-coordinated response that provides IDPs and their host communities with rapid employment opportunities to enhance service delivery and rehabilitate basic community infrastructure; and creates/stabilizes basic livelihoods in view of supporting spontaneous recovery efforts.
The decision to provide surgical intervention for the treatment of temporal nerve palsy will be highly dependent on the chance of spontaneous recovery.
The rate of spontaneous recovery reported in the literature is highly variable, but a prevalence of unsatisfactory recovery is frequently described.
The literature regarding CET's lack of clinical efficacy is cited concerning spontaneous recovery, context renewal, reinstatement, and general failure to carry out complete extinction of operant drug-taking rituals (Conklin & Tiffany, 2002).
Herpetic viruses and spontaneous recovery in melanoma.
This study examined the effects of Magtein, a novel, self-affirmed Generally Recognized As Safe, non-GMO magnesium compound, on controlled taste aversion (CTA) extinction and spontaneous recovery.
Contributing to this demonstration and understanding was that restricted use of the unilaterally deafferented limb during the postsurgical shock period resulted in some spontaneous recovery of function [3].
Study: "Change in a Sponsor ship Alliance and the Communi cation Implications of Spontaneous Recovery," Journal of Advertising
Yet those imaging studies will make no difference in terms of pain, function, quality of life, or overall patient-rated improvement, in large part because most patients with low back pain will have a spontaneous recovery, according to one analysis (Ann.
With time this response should disappear and the vast majority of individuals experience spontaneous recovery from these feelings.
Forty-five minutes later, there was spontaneous recovery to a train-of-four count of four with minimal fade.
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