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.
This construction-based approach also accounts for the finding that transparent but not opaque compounds benefited from exposure to a prime that was semantically related to one of the constituents by assuming that both facilitatory and inhibitory processes are occurring during the task.
Various other reports stated also positive effects in this area of research, with exercising promoting from general adaptation and growth, preserving brain function, or enabling the brain to respond to future challenges (3), to specific and mechanistical aspects, such as increasing central perfusion (11), increased blood volume into hippocampus (with the aforementioned facilitatory effects on memory functions) (12) or other indirect improved memory-related processes (7, 8).
Placement assessment:Examples of placement assessment are entrance tests like Medical Colleges Admission Test (MCAT) assessment of students at the beginning of the course to place them into groups based on their background knowledge skills and behaviour level or during the course of the program to again assign them into groups that may require different facilitatory or instructional approaches.
Previous findings from our group demonstrated that extracellular deamination by ADA is the most efficient mechanism regulating synaptic adenosine levels and, consequently, tonic activation of facilitatory [A.sub.2A] receptors in myenteric nerve terminals of healthy rats .
In contrast to the inhibitory SFE, facilitatory effects of syllable frequency (faster RTs and fewer errors for words with high-frequency syllables) have been found in tasks that do not require lexical access, such as word naming in shallow languages where naming a written word can be performed just by converting graphemes into phonemes (e.g.,