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  • noun uncountable The state of being efferent
  • noun countable An efferent process


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  • "efference," "manifestation," etc., but decided on what looked more homely, and at the same time was quite distinctive enough to avoid that confusion which Semon has dodged with his Graecisms.

    Unconscious Memory

  • They are termed "outcome" ( "ecphoria") stimuli, because the author regards them and would have us regard them as the outcome, manifestation, or efference of an imprint of a previous stimulus.

    Unconscious Memory

  • These findings are highly consistent with our model of how auditory feedback is processed during speaking, where incoming feedback is compared with an efference-copy derived prediction of expected feedback.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles


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