reaction time

noun Psychology.
the interval between stimulation and response.

Origin:
1875–80

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reaction time
 
n
physiol another name for latent time

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reaction time n.
The interval between the presentation of a stimulus and the response to it.

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Aerobic exercise has been linked to improved reaction time in people of all
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But for the others, their reaction time to fearful faces slowed in proportion
  to their lack of empathy.
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