reaction potential

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reaction potential

net reaction potential n.

generalized reaction potential n.

net reaction potential

generalized reaction potential

net reaction potential n.

generalized reaction potential n.

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In an athlete, the level of potential excitement associated with a particular response. Reaction potential is a construct of drive theory. In any condition of competing responses, for example, one correct and the other incorrect, the selected response is the one associated with the highest reaction potential. This is called the dominant response and may or may not be the correct response.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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