The enhancement of the response of a neuron to a stimulus following stimulation
the condition of being made easy (or easier); "social facilitation is an adaptive condition"
(neurophysiology) phenomenon that occurs when two or more neural impulses that alone are not enough to trigger a response in a neuron combine to trigger an action potential
act of assisting or making easier the progress or improvement of something
(facilitator) someone who makes progress easier
(facilitatory) inducing or aiding in facilitating neural activity
Facilitation in business, organizational development (OD) and in consensus decision-making refers to the process of designing and running a successful meeting.
(Facilitator) * "An individual who enables groups and organizations to work more effectively; to collaborate and achieve synergy. ...
The act of facilitating or making easy
(facilitator) A person who helps a group to have an effective dialog without taking any side of the argument, especially in order to reach a consensus
(Facilitator) An individual that is not licensed as an adoption agency or licensed as an attorney, and who is engaged in the matching of birthparents with adoptive parents.  [TOP]
(Facilitator) An online education course instructor who guides the course in an online setting.
(Facilitator) Someone who helps people in an online group or forum manage their conversations. They may help agree on a set of rules, draw out topics for discussion, gently keep people on topic and summarize, and ensure the community rules are followed.
(Facilitator) A person or organization that arranges domestic and/or international adoptions.
(Facilitator) Person whose role is to help the group have an effective meeting
A facilitator is an in-classroom teacher who allows students a more active role in their learning. Facilitators help students to connect what they learn in class with their own experiences and prior knowledge by pushing students to think outside of what they already think they know.
(facilitator) A person who is responsible for planning and leading a group activity, such as a requirements elicitation workshop.
A facilitator is an individual-either an employee or contractor-who keeps the discussion flowing in planning sessions. A facilitator does not express an opinion, but helps ensure consideration of the views of all participants in the discussion.
(Facilitator) More commonly known as a "Qualified Intermediary".
(Facilitator) As the name implies, the role of the facilitator is to help make the process of reaching a consensus decision easier. ...
(FACILITATOR) (1) A non-directive, non-judgmental teacher/leader who creates an environment for learning, records student progress, and motivates students to exercise self-direction in determining and achieving educational goals. ...
(FACILITATOR) A volunteer who has been certified to deliver Leadership Essentials training and other council-sponsored training to help others learn about Girl Scouting.
(Facilitator (adoption)) A facilitator can serve as the entity between birthparents and adopting parents in assisting the “match.” Facilitators do not have specific credentials, but usually have experience or training in working with birthparents.
(Facilitator) A doctor, attorney, minister, or other individual who informally aids or promotes an adoption by making a person seeking to adopt a minor aware of a child who is, or will be, available for adoption.
(Facilitator) A person or agent who improves the efficiency or meaning or quality of a system but does not contribute to the content information of the system. ...
(Facilitator) A person that works with a person or group to lead a discussion or activity in order to extract feedback and information. ...