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functional autonomy


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functional autonomy n.

functional autonomy n.

Functional neuroimaging of autonomic control

Functional Non-Territorial Autonomy in Denmark and Germany

Reversal learning in fronto-striatal circuits: a functional, autonomic, and neurochemical analysis

Emotional and autonomic consequences of spinal cord injury explored using functional brain imaging

Economic evaluation of a geriatric day hospital: cost‐benefit analysis based on functional autonomy changes

Functional complementarity is only skin‐deep: Evidence from Egyptian Arabic for the autonomy of syntax and phonology in the expression of focus

299 Autonomic and endothelial interaction with functional capacity in patients with dilated cardiomyopathy and optimal neuro-humoral treatment

Functional profiles of SCN9A variants in dorsal root ganglion neurons and superior cervical ganglion neurons correlate with autonomic symptoms in small fibre neuropathy

Bone marrow cell transplantation improves cardiac, autonomic, and functional indexes in acute anterior myocardial infarction patients (Cardiac Study)

Cardiac and peripheral adjustments induced by early exercise training intervention were associated with autonomic improvement in infarcted rats: role in functional capacity and mortality

Application of a case‐mix classification based on the functional autonomy of the residents for funding long‐term care facilities

The assessment of autonomic function in chronic atrial fibrillation: description of a non-invasive technique based on circadian rhythm of atrioventricular nodal functional refractory periods

 

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The property of a drive or habit that has become detached from the goal that originally motivated it and operates independently. A classic example is the drive or habit associated with making money, initially to buy goods and services that improve the quality of one's life, but often becoming an end in itself. Many compulsions such as hand-washing manifest functional autonomy.

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