Definition Edit

An indirect effect is

[a] second, third, or nth-order effect created through an intermediate effect or causal linkage following a causal action. It may be physical, psychological, functional, or systemic in nature. It may be created in a cumulative, cascading, sequential, or parallel manner. An indirect effect is often delayed and typically is more difficult to recognize and assess than a direct effect.[1]

References Edit

  1. Air Force Supplement to the Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, at 42.

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