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coaction

(kō-ăk′shən)
n.
1. An impelling or restraining force; a compulsion.
2. Joint action.
3. Ecology Any of the reciprocal actions or effects, such as symbiosis, that can occur in a community.

co·ac′tive adj.
co·ac′tive·ly adv.
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Although they regulate lower-level operations, higher-order conscious representations are themselves coactive products of non-conscious processes.
At the same time, crime prevention specialists must meet in person to forge relationships, exchange new ideas and best practices, and discuss ways we can become more effective in the two most underutilized but most promising components of our work: proactive and coactive policing.
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O terceiro artigo intitula-se "Workability of a Management Control Model in Service Organizations: a Comparative Study of Reactive, Proactive and Coactive Philosophies" e e de autoria de Joshua Onome Imoniana da Universidade Metodista de Sao Paulo, Brasil.
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Adam Marsh is cofounder and vice president of marketing at Sausalito, CA-based Coactive Networks, manufacturer of products that enable Internet connectivity to commercial and residential devices, appliances, and computers.
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Prior to landing, wing and leg muscles are coactive in preparation for ground contact.
Another form of interference is known as coactive interference.
For example, most teachers of students with severe or multiple disabilities may not be familiar with vision and auditory assessments; residual visual-training and auditory-training methods; coactive, cooperative, and reactive learning techniques (Van Dijk, 1965; 1968); and alternative modes of communication (e.