Managed care To remove mental and/or physical obstacles in a pathway. Cf Delegate Physiology To lower the threshold for neural activity, making nerves more susceptible to depolarization. See Social facilitation Vox populi Help, assist.
Contrary to expectation, we were not able to find significant group differences in the offender samples, neither for the facilitatory (self-regulation; self-control) nor the inhibitory behavioral modes (volitional inhibition, volitional avoidance and self-inhibition).
When the vibratory stimulus is applied to an agonist muscle it causes reciprocal inhibition of the antagonist motoneurons (Bishop, 1974); but when vibration is applied simultaneously to the agonist and antagonist muscles, the facilitatory effect of each muscle group is inhibited (Hagbarth, 1967).
It would seem sensible to provide increased access to HIV testing in a facilitatory way, encouraging people to access care in a way that suits them, rather than based on a model that encourages unnecessary 'AIDS exceptionalism' (38) and fear-mongering.
3-1 [micro]T or 10 [micro]T did not exert any significant facilitatory effect on mammary carcinogenesis in the DMBA model, although a trend to increased tumor incidence was seen in the 10 [micro]T experiment (23).