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Definition of Subserving

Subserving
Subserve Sub*serve", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Subserved; p. pr. & vb. n. Subserving.] [L. subservire; sub under + servire to serve. See Serve.] To serve in subordination or instrumentally; to be subservient to; to help forward; to promote. It is a great credit to know the ways of captivating Nature, and making her subserve our purposes, than to have learned all the intrigues of policy. --Glanvill.

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- PMID 23550165. Dayan, Eran; Cohen, Leonardo G. (November 2011). "Neuroplasticity Subserving Motor Skill Learning". Neuron. 72 (3): 443–454. doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2011...
- and having hyperphantasia may exacerbate symptoms of such disorders by subserving ruminating thoughts as well as acting as an “emotional amplifier”. For...
- the basal brain subserving responses with a homeostatic outcome, in concert with elements of the reticular activating system subserving arousal, melded...
- brain structure, primarily reductions in grey matter volume in regions subserving social cognition. The grey matter reductions endured for at least 2 years...
- Robert W. (2006). "Functional and structural deficits in brain regions subserving face perception in schizophrenia". American Journal of Psychiatry. 163...
- Institute of Dental Research University of Florida Thesis Spinal cord mechanisms subserving the transmission of noxious information in M. mulatta (1969)...
- atonic components. Here there may be a diminution in tone of muscles subserving posture as well as in the limbs leading to dropping of the head, occasionally...
- is believed by some researchers that part of the instinctive machinery subserving these behaviors is related to that used to evade or withstand predator...
- proposed experimental test is as follows: A small slab of sensory cortex (subserving any modality) is neuronally isolated but kept viable by making all the...
- cortex, but also, via the thalamus, inputs from subcortical structures subserving emotion and motivation, such as the amygdala (Chapter 14) and ventral...