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reflex-reversal phenomenon


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The phenomenon, observed in the study of locomotion, by which a given stimulus can produce two different reflex actions in a limb depending on the location of the limb. Usually, a reflex action is thought of as a single stereotyped response to a stimulus.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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