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  • noun Plural form of reflex.

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Examples

  • It could be just one of those hold-over Pavlov-type conditioning reflexes from the last administration.

    Think Progress » Citizens United Decision: ‘A Rejection Of The Common Sense Of The American People’

  • Just the amazing amount of concentration and reflexes is ridiculous for that kind of game.

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  • For example, those that shoot high power then switch to shoot small bore or small bore to air rifle, you will find at the break of the trigger your reflexes is faster than the exit of the projectile causing you to miss.

    Focus-Through

  • He has excellent reflexes, is strong in the air and despite wearing contacts, can spot balls coming through traffic.

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  • I think that any kind of physical training that increases your stamina, coordination and reflexes is good.

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  • I think that any kind of physical training that increases your stamina, coordination and reflexes is good.

    Chapala region

  • I think that any kind of physical training that increases your stamina, coordination and reflexes is good.

    Chapala region

  • I think that any kind of physical training that increases your stamina, coordination and reflexes is good.

    Chapala region

  • When, at the end of my lecture, I said that I regarded instinctive motor patterns as chain reflexes after all, he hid his face in his hands and moaned: "Idiot, idiot".

    Konrad Lorenz - Autobiography

  • The difference between the two reflexes is firstly that our old physiological reflex is constant, unconditioned, while the new reflex continually fluctuates and, hence, is conditioned.

    Ivan Pavlov - Nobel Lecture

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