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Any phenomenon occurring some time after its cause, especially (in psychology) a delayed sensory or perceptual experience. See also afterimage, Aubert effect, contingent aftereffect, figural aftereffect, McCollough effect, motion aftereffect, postural aftereffect, spiral aftereffect, successive contrast, tilt aftereffect, visual aftereffect, waterfall illusion.

Subjects: Psychology.

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