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n.1.Unity of action.
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(2015) suggested levodopa decreases symptoms by decreasing overall coactivity of lower limb muscles allowing for an optimal movement pattern.
Coninx, "Coactivity manager: integrating activity-based collaboration into the desktop interface," in Proceedings of the International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI '12), pp.
The larger compressive forces and shear forces were related to excessive muscle coactivity [45], and the increased muscle activities were also found in this study.
Importantly, the aging-related reductions in PGC-1[alpha] may also reduce p53 because of its coactivity with PGC-1[alpha] [112].
As illustrated in the static apnea incident described previously, half of decedents engaged in a DUBB coactivity (multiple behaviors) with intentional hyperventilation and underwater lap swimming.
On the coactivity front, the Toyota's new crossover is likely to offer ABS, EBD and dual front airbags.
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However, the increase in excitability as a mechanism of retention does not depend on the coactivity of presynaptic and postsynaptic neurons.
He can do so because in the interim more sophisticated efforts to articulate the interrelations among overlapping modes of composition, such as coactivity, collaboration, and rivalry, have supplanted more suspect forms of analysis that deliberately exclude human agency.
My suggestion, in brief, would be, first, to rethink the conventional understanding of the relation between mind and spirit so that they invariably constitute a single nondual reality with neither being able to exist without the copresence and coactivity of the other.