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self-activation


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self-activation

RNA self-cleavage activated by ultraviolet light-induced oxidation

Exercising self-control increases relative left frontal cortical activation

Pathological lymphocyte activation by defective clearance of self‐ligands in systemic lupus erythematosus

HTLV-I Tax self-association in optimal trans-activation function

Self-referential processing influences functional activation during cognitive control: an fMRI study

Ganser-like Syndrome After Loss of Psychic Self-activation Syndrome: Psychogenic or Organic?

Parieto-occipital cortex activation during self-generated eye movements in the dark.

CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells are activated in vivo by recognition of self

p21-activated kinase 1 promotes soluble mutant huntingtin self-interaction and enhances toxicity

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Does low self-esteem enhance social pain? The relationship between trait self-esteem and anterior cingulate cortex activation induced by ostracism

Self-affirmation activates brain systems associated with self-related processing and reward and is reinforced by future orientation

Self-determined, but not non-self-determined, motivation predicts activations in the anterior insular cortex: an fMRI study of personal agency

The Self-Activation Effect of Advertisements: Ads Can Affect Whether and How Consumers Think about the Self

Dendritic cells pulsed with apoptotic cells activate self-reactive T-cells of lupus mice both in vitro and in vivo

Activation of Arabidopsis Vacuolar Processing Enzyme by Self-Catalytic Removal of an Auto-Inhibitory Domain of the C-Terminal Propeptide

Expression of Toll-like receptors and their detection of nuclear self-antigen leading to immune activation in JSLE

Self-assessment of health status is associated with inflammatory activation and predicts long-term outcomes in chronic heart failure

 

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The process, performed by an athlete on himself or herself, of increasing the level of activation. Mental strategies, such as positive self-talk, and psyching-up procedures (e.g. thigh slapping) are often used as self-activation methods to enhance strength and muscular endurance, especially when an athlete is feeling lethargic.

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