1. the process where any element of an interaction sustains, amplifies, or modifies the interaction. 2. the process of receiving visual input or afferent impulses from the proprioceptors. 3. The information given to a person about their performance or behaviour. 4. The reception of signals by a regulator like a thermostat. see auditory feedback; biofeedback; social feedback. compare feed forward.
What is FEEDBACK?
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FEEDBACK: "Joe received feedback about his job application."