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negative feedback 

The Oxford Dictionary of Sports Science & Medicine

Michael Kent

1 A term used in cybernetics (the study of control and communications mechanisms in humans, other organisms, and machines) to describe how deviations in the output of a system switch on correcting mechanisms that bring the output back to normal. Negative feedback tends to maintain the output at a relatively constant level. It is the basis of the ... ...

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