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Individual differences |
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A feedback loop is a system where outputs are fed back into the system as inputs, increasing or decreasing effects.
Often feedback and self-correction leads to adjustments varying with differences between actual output and desired output.
They come in a many places, such as the below links:
- Behavioral finance
- Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease
- Cycle of poverty
- Global Warming
- Population dynamics
- Prostate cancer
The term is at times overused, difficult to define, and can be a buzzword.
- Downward spiral
- Negative feedback
- Positive feedback
- Positive feedback loop
- Upward spiral
- Virtuous circle and vicious circle
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