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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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I think I've lived long enough to say probably every country--every country--has hypocrisy because it's difficult to be always transparent about what you're doing and what you stand for But I don't know any country that has been more transparent, more self-corrective, more willing to say, 'Maybe we shouldn't have done this.
We find this requires students to engage in self-disciplined, selfmonitored, and self-corrective thinking, which are important aspects of critical thinking as presented in the NCECT framework.
Participants in the control condition recorded their responses to practice test items using Scantron forms, with these forms providing neither affirmation of correct responding and self-corrective information nor the opportunity to respond until correct.
This latter outcome was predicted as the beneficial effects of self-corrective information should not be observed until the classroom and final examinations.
In comparison, no differences were observed when feedback was not available, an expected outcome as the lack of self-corrective information should not differentially affect performance.
He suggests that the self-corrective capacity of democracy could break through when adverse developments resulting from the Culture of Contentment reach the point whereby they challenge the well-being of the comfortable.
Rather, we are experiencing a self-corrective process.
The community is good for publicizing useful security information and for taking rapid self-corrective action against security vulnerabilities," said Sullivan.
Pederson (1984) found that LD students often required intake (snacks or beverages), frequent mobility, and easy-to-use, self-corrective resources while learning.
Qualified companies must have in place practices and procedures that will alert them to potential problems and prompt self-corrective actions.
He said in this age of media revolution and knowledge-based economy, people cannot be satisfied with mere lip-service and government should ensure built-in self-corrective mechanisms in institutions so that non-performers do not endure on the basis of worthless slogans and empty promises.
The order is intended to circumscribe and closely monitor the situation while Republic Western and its affiliates engage in self-corrective efforts.