perdeviation effect

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A form of adaptation (2) to an eccentric body posture held for some time, the sensation gradually developing that the posture is normal. See also Kohnstamm effect, postural aftereffect. [From Latin per through or thoroughly + de from + via a way + -ation indicating a process or condition]

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