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Reaction

A decline in prices following an advance. Opposite of rally.

Reaction

A decrease in price following an increase in price. A reaction connotes a slow decline; it is the opposite of a recovery.

reaction

A decline in security prices following a period of rising security prices.
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13 In conclusion, clinically, we should be aware of the cortical stress reaction of femur in patients on long-term bisphosphonate therapy and consider both the risks and the benefits so as to plan treatment.
Some social workers were sent with ambulance crews to places where rockets were actively falling, to help deal with people suffering from shock and other stress reactions.
These parents may be vulnerable to stress reactions, especially with new stresses (e.
05) between adolescents and other age groups with regard to the frequency of reported posttraumatic stress reactions (Table 4), there were differences in the frequency of some types of reactions.
of Maryland) provides this stress management text for students, covering the stress reaction and illness; relaxation techniques; physiological arousal and behavior change; and specific applications for occupational and family stress, college students, and older adults.
It wasn't until reading the column that I realized why I must've gotten the stress reaction.
In just four or five minutes deep muscle relaxation begins to counter the impact of tense muscles generated by the stress reaction.
This model refines stress reaction and distress development at a basic level.
THE most common explanations for near-death experiences are that they are hallucinations due to physiological changes in the dying process, or a stress reaction to the perceived threat of death.
Internally, the destructive potential is activated by the stress reaction.
Organized around 39 main presenting problems in treating veterans and active duty military personnel, including substance abuse, adjustment to killing, anger management and domestic violence, pre-deployment stress, survivors' guilt, and combat and operational stress reaction
For nearly a year, the researchers observed and recorded incidences when an elephant displayed a stress reaction, and the responses from other nearby elephants.