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Reflex Lens: Alternative term for mirror lens.
Reflex Volley: A volley in which the player has no time to plan the shot, and instead reacts instinctively to get the racket in position to return the ball. This occurs frequently in doubles and in advance . . . View Full Definition
Reflex Hallucination: stimulus in one sensory field leads to a hallucination in another sensory field
Reflexive Construction: A verb combined with a reflexive pronoun functioning as the direct object. For instance, in Spanish, Yo me llavo (I wash myself'). In English, this often creates a redundant phrase, such as . . . View Full Definition
Reflexive Mode: Type of nonnarrative television text which draws the viewer's attention to the processes, techniques and conventions of television production.
Self-Reflexivity: A program which refers back to itself or similar programs. In a genre's evolutionary pattern, the stage during which the genre turns inward and uses its own conventions for subject matter, o . . . View Full Definition
Reflexology: Based on an ancient Chinese therapy, reflexology involves manipulation of specific reflex areas in the foot, hands, and ears that correspond to other parts of the body. Sometimes referred to . . . View Full Definition
Reflexognosy: Reflexognosy is the application of appropriate pressure to the leg and feet, by the hands of a trained practitioner, to bring about physiological and psychological changes in the body.
Reflex Camera: Camera system which uses a mirror to reflect incoming image rays on to a ground glass screen, providing a system of viewing and focusing. See also slr.
Reflex Arc: Pathway of neurons, effector(s) and sensory receptors that participate in a reflex.