overresponse


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o·ver·re·sponse

n. sobrerespuesta, reacción excesiva a un estímulo.
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Overresponse to short-run events and neglect of longer-term consequences of its actions is one of the main errors that the Federal Reserve makes repeatedly.
The [u.sub.m] is determined by considering loading condition and inertia effect, is affected by overresponse, and decreases as [beta] increases.
Pseudoprogression may constitute an overresponse to effective therapy and is associated with damage to the endothelium, BBB disruption, and oligodendroglial injury [18, 22].
Sepsis initiates overresponse of host defense which results in exacerbated hemodynamic instability, abnormal platelet, disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), and even multiorgan dysfunction syndrome (MODS) [4-7].
The risk of overresponse might seem either small or at least
And overresponse of ERS would trigger overtranscription of target genes downstream including oncogenes.
The diseases are likely caused by an overresponse of the immune system to microbes in the gastrointestinal tract that trigger significant inflammation.
Bone morphogenetic protein 15 (BMP15) alleles predict overresponse to recombinant follicle stimulation hormone and iatrogenic ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (0HSS).
White coat hypertension appears to be a classic overresponse to emotional stress.
The main conclusions include (1) learning is quite consistent in that most subject's coefficient estimates converge closely to the objective values, but there is a slight general tendency toward overresponse. (2) Typically learning is noticeably slower than the M-S ideal.
This paper raises the question of whether there has been an overresponse to cost containment pressures on the part of hospitals and insurers in their efforts at reducing the lengths of hospital stays.