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Reaction

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

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

A decline in security prices following a period of rising security prices.
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Diagnosed conversion reactions: predictive value of psychiatric criteria.
Hysterical conversion reactions. Postgraduate Medicine, 47, 174-178.
Different explanations regarding the etiology of conversion reaction have been presented from time to time (Jones, 1980).
Conversion reaction as a neurotic disorder has some peculiar features which distinguish it from other neurotic disorders.
Utilizing this concept, while our patient's particular manifestation of "camptocormia'" is unusual, FMD and conversion reactions are far more common.
Additionally, there are a number of very specific "culture-bound syndromes", which mimic some of the behaviors of conversion reactions: "speaking in tongues and manifestations" (Pentecostal Church adherents); "falling-out" (Caribbean community), ataque de nervios (certain Hispanic populations), and kyol goeu (Cambodian).
Assuming that chemical conversion reactions leading to continuity sources take place only within the wall no further source terms are applied in this equation.
The cDPF and an upstream located DOC apply several conversion reactions. The oxidation of carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, represented by propene, and nitrogen monoxide is considered.
Resulting particle spectra may impact the degree of chemical degradation needed for conversion reactions. If size reduction takes place nearer the production field, this has implications of transport savings and the handling of a bulk product with tighter specifications compared to bales.
It could be argued, for example, that his own analysis of mass conversion reactions resembles the universalizing impulse of Western medicine, and may be taken as an example of the psycho logization of exotic deviance.
It is also assumed that species variations hardly influence the continuity equation (as this is the case for pure catalytic conversion reactions).