afterimage

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afterimage

[′af·tər‚im·əj]
(neuroscience)
A visual sensation occurring after the stimulus to which it is a response has been removed.
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He, however, regretted that certain reports were published in newspapers were inaccurate and created negative image of the bank.
The young people we spoke to were mostly very positive about their lives in Merthyr and some scorned the media and others for presenting negative images of their hometown.
According to the Vandijk modal of CDA euphemization, 'derogation is present which means that positive images of one own self and negative image of others in a unconscious way.
The ambassador said that anti-Islam forces were manipulating a negative image of Islam, which could only be faced by merely standing by the teachings of Quran and Allah.
8220;Shows such as Spike TV's World's Worst Tenants do nothing but perpetuate negative images that are based on isolated instances and do not reflect the positive attributes of the millions of hard working Americans who rent their homes,” Mr.
These commentators agree that the best way out of this is education and dialogue, though some have reservations about the role the media plays that might even dampen any effort to correct the negative image of Muslims and Arabs in the West.
Studies show that the overall negative image of engineering in the UK is creating a growing skills gap.
For the city I hope one legacy of a successful Capital of Culture year will be to demolish the undeservedly negative image of Liverpool once and for all.
Back then, being a surfer carried a negative image.
Other features include a touch pad for managing an XGA connection, brightening or darkening images, switching between a positive and negative image, mirroring or freezing images, controlling the iris and creating split screen images.
Before, when the riot happened, we had this negative image and now we have this great thing to be known for,'' said junior Tessa Sicotte-Kelly.
William Chace had dealt with the firebombing of his office, an increasingly negative image of the university in the press, and the death of a student (not to mention Hurricane Hugo's visit to Chace's inauguration ceremony).