I grant that this Liberia may have subserved
all sorts of purposes, by being played off, in the hands of our oppressors, against us.
The subjoined jeu d'esprit with the preceding heading in magnificent capitals, well interspersed with notes of admiration, was originally published, as matter of fact, in the "New York Sun," a daily newspaper, and therein fully subserved
the purpose of creating indigestible aliment for the quidnuncs during the few hours intervening between a couple of the Charleston mails.
I cannot just do that until such time that we would have reached that level where the highest interest of the country and that is my Republic of the Philippines will be subserved
," the president said.
In broad strokes, mindfulness builds the brain's executive control functions (impulse control, focus, judgment, self-regulation) subserved
by the prefrontal cortex while quieting the fight-or-flight, fear-learning circuits seated in the amygdala.
movement) outputs are subserved
by brain-grounded neuroimmune representations that are intimately linked;
Their determinants lie in the historical and current animal-environment interactions subserved
by the animal's nervous system: "The snail is a vector resulting from distinct forces of the body, the nervous system, and the world.
delay discounting) overlap in the posterior dorsolateral prefrontal cortices, which would support concurrent change in working memory and future valuation but not change in behaviors subserved
by brain regions/circuits with less overlap (Wesley and Bickel 2014).
Supranuclear control of vertical eye movements is subserved
by diffuse cortical projections from the frontal and supplementary eye fields reaching the rostral interstitial nuclei of the medial longitudinal fasciculus (riMLF) and the interstitial nuclei of Cajal (inC) at the level of the midbrain pretectum (7).
But what is the long-term goal that can be subserved
by improved sleep (and thereby improved mental effectiveness)?
It is generally agreed, however, that the anatomical representation of language is not this simple and that language involves a number of discrete and interacting cognitive processes that are subserved
by a distributed network of additional brain regions.
81) Milton and Everitt emphasize that while such dissociable mechanisms increase understanding of the neural pathways of addiction in highly-controlled laboratory animals, real-life addiction therapies should attempt to target all three to be most effective against the complex psychological aspects of addiction subserved
by each system.
In short, our understanding is systemically constrained biosemiotically, and through our biosemiotically subserved