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Self-Correcting

Describing a situation where a trend is likely to reverse itself and restore the status quo. For example, if a security drops in price by $5, a self-correcting trend would provide some indication that it will soon rise (roughly) $5 to its previous price. See also: Reversion to the Mean.

self-correcting

Of, relating to, or being a security price movement that is excessive and likely to be at least partially retraced.
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It is easiest and best when your silence and intentional gaps provide enough room for someone to self-correct, but you can play dumb and still talk, as long as you do not add anything to the conversation that redirects attention back to the offending words.
This kind of spontaneous performance activity will allow for a more accurate assessment of rapport and the disposition to self-correct.
Naturopaths believe that nature heals and that there is a life force that, given the right conditions, will self-heal or self-correct.
That the evidence, though, is not explicit in terms of how meaningful and different are the gains made by men and women served by the program, whether the problem is isolated in acceptance practices or in service delivery, whether the problem is becoming more pervasive, or whether the rehabilitation program might self-correct these inherent problems was the impetus for the present study.
WASHINGTON -- "Business Roundtable is disappointed the final SEC whistleblower rules do not protect and reinforce existing internal reporting mechanisms that provide companies the opportunity to self-regulate and self-correct.
At a time when the IRS demonstrated little ability to self-police or self-correct, the IRS has more authority over Americans health coverage.
Addressing a function on the occasion of National Press Day here, Tiwari observed that the mass media was cognisant of the need to self-correct and self-regulation is really the way forward.
This strategy did not trigger students to self-correct, as evident in example 6.
Having the child complete an errand helps develop organization and problem solving skills, with subsequent discussion of strategies used to plan, initiate, monitor and self-correct the errand's completion.
Kyle learned he was making miscues and was going back to self-correct them if they did not make sense.