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facilitatory

(fəˌsɪlɪˈteɪtərɪ)
adj
acting to induce or assist the facilitation of neural activity
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Adj.1.facilitatory - inducing or aiding in facilitating neural activity
helpful - providing assistance or serving a useful function
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Dr Jitendra Singh assured all facilitatory support for these initiatives from the Ministry of DoNER.
Facilitatory role of central dopamine in the osmotic release of vasopressin.
Release of oxytocin and vasopressin by magnocellular nuclei in vitro: Specific facilitatory effect of oxytocin on its own release.
To illustrate, accessing the word woman also activates man due to a facilitatory connection between the semantic representations for these two words.
External manifestations of movement are an intricate interplay of internal facilitatory and inhibitory influences (Behm, 2004).
On Afghanistan, Dr Hussain appreciated Prime Minister for highlighting Pakistan's facilitatory role in Afghan peace and hosting its refugees for over three decades.
First, results related to the effects of the incidental positive emotion of joy on ethical decision-making confirm some of the earlier findings about the facilitatory effects of positive affect on decision-making (Fredrickson, 2001; Isen, 2001).
For instance, some perceive a female doctor unfit in a role meant for males, while they see her male nurse as a trespasser in a facilitatory role meant for females (Collins, Gill, & Mease, 2012).
So, in PAS, the doctor's role is facilitatory, as compared to euthanasia, where the doctor's role is active.
One recent meta-analysis reported the facilitatory effects of perineural Dexmedetomidine on neuraxial and peripheral nerve block.
76) This developmental switching strengthens synaptic efficacy, particularly in response to high frequency inputs, because of the facilitatory nature of P/Q-type channels (Fig.
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