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Five composite scales capturing both facilitatory and inhibitory modes were used to test the main hypothesis (self-regulation, self-control, self-inhibition, volitional inhibition, and volitional avoidance).
Because the CeA is involved in alcohol reinforcement and dependence, the authors envision that the influence of opioids and eCBs to block the facilitatory effects of alcohol on GABAergic transmission in the CeA is altered in dependent rats.
While it may represent a challenging new direction for some career counsellors, the move to a facilitatory, narrative approach should ultimately promote more insight and ownership of the process in their clients.
Dube, Rocco, and MacIlvane (1989), in contrast, found no facilitatory effect of the differential outcomes methodology among four mentally retarded adults in a delayed matching to sample task.
As motor movement gradually returns, facilitatory techniques can also be used to strengthen weak muscles.
Not surprisingly, the main effect of frequency is facilitatory.
Rehabilitation following spinal cord injury: The facilitatory impact of the rural setting.
Lesson planning ability accelerated at the pond, indicating the facilitatory role of ideational networks in information applications.
Serotonin, when acting via 5-HT1C receptors, is facilitatory, but is apparently inhibitory acting via 5-HT2 receptors.
We often play a facilitatory role, and sometimes we encourage groups to get involved.
Piperoxane is one drug that has been examined for possible facilitatory effects upon learning and memory.

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