reflex epilepsy n.
A form of epilepsy in which the seizures are induced by sensory stimuli such as music, movement, sudden noise, reading, and touching or seeing an object.
- Reflex inhibition
reflex inhibition n. A decrease in reflex activity caused by sensory stimuli.
noun 1. the act of reflecting, as in casting back a light or heat, mirroring, or giving back or showing an image; the state of being reflected in this way. 2. an image; representation; counterpart. 3. a fixing of the thoughts on something; careful consideration. 4. a thought occurring in consideration or meditation. 5. an […]
adjective 1. Grammar. (of a verb) taking a subject and object with identical referents, as shave in I shave myself. (of a pronoun) used as an object to refer to the subject of a verb, as myself in I shave myself. 2. reflex; responsive. 3. able to reflect; reflective. 4. Mathematics. noting a relation in […]
- Reflexive domain
A domain satisfying a recursive domain equation. E.g. D = D -> D.