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*  Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback
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*  Psychophysiology
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*  Oral Psychophysiology : Stress, Pain and Behavior in Dental Care 92 edition, Ilana Eli (978084930159
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*  wbm - Emotion, Health and Psychophysiology Lab
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*  Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback - AAPB
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*  Psychophysiology (journal)
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*  ANNOUNCEMENTS - 2007 - Psychophysiology - Wiley Online Library
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*  9780521844710: Handbook of Psychophysiology - AbeBooks - John T. Cacioppo: 0521844711
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*  International Journal of Psychophysiology Editorial Board
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*  Biofeedback Winter 2006 Volume 34 - Number 4 - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeba
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*  Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, Volume 37, Issue 4 - Springer
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*  Nurses Advancing Biofeedback and AAPB - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Nurses Advancing Biofeedback and AAPB. News You Can Use. > News Archive. > Articles of Interest. At the AAPB meeting in Las Vegas in March, Carolyn Yucha. Ph.D., an AAPB board member, arranged for a breakfast meeting for nurses who practice biofeedback. The result was a meeting of 12 of us, including Dr. Yucha and Judy Crawford of the BCIA. The meeting was interesting and much too short. We spoke about the things we are doing with biofeedback, as well as the challenge of making a living and practicing what we love. The meeting was a reminder of years past, when the nurse members of the AAPB had a "Nurses' Network", which met at the annual meeting and sometimes communicated during the year. These meetings were often lively discussions, attended by 30 or 40 nurses. The topic of the Spring 1995 issue of Biofeedback was "Biofeedback and Nursing." The possibilities for the use of applied psychophysiology in nursing seemed to be limitless. The small turnout at this year's meeting makes one wonder what has chan...
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*  Psychophysiology of Spiritual Transmission | Institute of Noetic Sciences
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*  Psychophysiology - Volume 49, Issue 9 - September 2012 - Wiley Online Library
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*  Emotional Psychophysiological Responses during Self-Referential and Persuasive Talks
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*  Biofeedback
Pain. Three professional biofeedback organizations, the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback AAPB, Biofeedback Certification International Alliance BCIA, and the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research ISNR, arrived at a consensus definition of biofeedback in 2008:. Precise instruments measure physiological activity such as brainwaves, heart function, breathing, muscle activity, and skin temperature. G Berntson, Eds. Biofeedback therapists use EMG biofeedback when treating anxiety and worry, chronic pain, computer-related disorder, essential hypertension, headache migraine, mixed headache, and tension-type headache, low back pain, physical rehabilitation cerebral palsy, incomplete spinal cord lesions, and stroke, temporomandibular joint dysfunction TMD, torticollis, and fecal incontinence, urinary incontinence, and pelvic pain. Wickramasekera Eds, 'Handbook of mind-body medicine for primary care' pp. The Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback AAPB and the Int...
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... Biofeedback Glossary. > Insomnia. Brief summary of evidence supporting the efficacy of biofeedback for insomnia: Yucha and Gilbert 2004 state that in 1996, an NIH Technology Assessment Panel examined existing research and concluded that several non-pharmacological techniques, particularly relaxation and biofeedback, produce improvements in some aspects of sleep, but questioned whether the magnitude of the improvement in sleep onset and total sleep time were clinically significant. In 1998, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommended biofeedback along with progressive muscle relaxation for insomnia after reviewing the quality of research, using American Psychological Association research criteria. Biofeedback was rated probably efficacious along with sleep restriction and cognitive-behavioral therapy. Morin et al., 1998 Progressive muscle relaxation, stimulus control, and paradoxical intent were rated even higher. * Much of the information provided here is from Carolyn Yucha and Christopher Gilbert...
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*  Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, Volume 38, Issue 2 - Springer
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... Disorders & Treatment. Biofeedback Glossary. The disorders most commonly assessed using psychophysiological recording techniques and treated using biofeedback based interventions which have been shown to be reasonably efficacious through research studies are included in this section: Efficacy is rated on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best. All disorders listed have been rated as having at least level 3 evidence supporting their efficacy. For more information on how efficacy is rated click here. ADD ADHD. Chest Pain. Chronic Pain. Fecal Elimination Disorder. Headaches. Hyperventilation. Incontinence. Insomnia. Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Jaw Area Pain. Knee Pain. Low Back Pain. Non-Cardiac Chest Pain. Pain. Phantom Limb Pain. Posture Related Pain. Raynaud's Syndrome. Stump Pain. Subluxication of the Patella. Substance Abuse. Temporomandibular Disorder. Traumatic Brain Injury. TMJ/TMD. Urinary Elimination Disorders. Vulvar Vestibulitis. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofee...
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*  Breathing Problems - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Breathing Problems. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. Overview Efficacy: A relatively large, controlled study by Lehrer et al 2004 showed that biofeedback can have a highly significant impact on the severity of asthma related symptoms. Small clinical studies have also shown positive effects of biofeedback. This therapy is rated as probably efficacious level 3 on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best. For more information on how efficacy is rated click here. Treatment. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. About AAPB. Practitioners. Career Opportunities. Students. AAPB Events. AAPB's 47th Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions. AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars. AAPB Join Now. AAPB Store. Independent Study Program. AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars. About AAPB. Board Members. Organizational Members. Standards for Performing Biofeedback. Membership. Sections & Divisions. State & Regional Chapters. Board of Directors. Find a Practitioner. Members Area. AAPB Membe...
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*  Insurance Coverage - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Insurance Coverage. Consumers. For Patients: Insurance coverage for biofeedback is often available from health insurers but the plans vary widely. You or your primary care provider may want to check with your insurance company for coverage details regarding biofeedback. Your local biofeedback provider is also likely to be aware of coverage issues. Facts for Insurance Decision Makers: Biofeedback is a modality of treatment for functional disorders wherein physiological measures are monitored and transformed into simple auditory or visual information. The individual learns to control the physiology being measured. Biofeedback is a safe, effective and non-invasive procedure. Biofeedback is done by qualified professionals from many disciplines, including psychology, psychiatry, medicine, dentistry, nursing, social work, occupational and physical therapy, and other allied health areas. Biofeedback is used to treat such disorders and health problems as headache, hypertension, gastro-intestinal and genito-urina...
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*  Chronic Pain - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Chronic Pain. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. Overview Efficacy: Hundreds of controlled and clinical studies of various sizes, some with multiyear follow-ups, show that biofeedback can help and / or eliminate chronic pain either by rectifying the underlying problem causing the pain or by reducing stress magnifying it. This therapy is rated as probably efficacious level 3 on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best. For more information on how efficacy is rated click here. Treatment. Research. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. About AAPB. Practitioners. Career Opportunities. Students. AAPB Events. AAPB's 47th Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions. AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars. AAPB Join Now. AAPB Store. Independent Study Program. AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars. About AAPB. Board Members. Organizational Members. Standards for Performing Biofeedback. Membership. Sections & Divisions. State & Regional Chapters. Board of Directors. Find a Practitioner. ...
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*  Chest Pain - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Chest Pain. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. Overview Efficacy: Several small controlled and clinical studies with follow-ups of up to three years have shown that people whose chest pain is related to either a incorrect breathing patterns or b anxiety respond very well to heart rate variability biofeedback. This therapy is rated as probably efficacious level 3 on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best. For more information on how efficacy is rated click here. Treatment. Research. References. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. About AAPB. Practitioners. Consumers. Career Opportunities. Students. Contact Us. Home. AAPB Events. AAPB's 47th Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions. AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars. AAPB Join Now. AAPB Store. Independent Study Program. AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars. About AAPB. Board Members. Bylaws. Committees. Organizational Members. Ethical Principles. Standards for Performing Biofeedback. Membership. Sections & Divisions....
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*  Constipation - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Constipation. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. Overview Efficacy: Several comparative and controlled studies and numerous clinical studies have shown that muscle tension and pneumatic biofeedback can be highly effective for the treatment of the two most common types of urinary incontinence physical stress and urge as long as the muscle attachments are intact, most types of fecal incontinence as long as the nerve paths are intact, and constipation due to malfunctioning anal muscles as opposed to dehydration. This therapy is rated as efficacious for males level 4 on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best and efficacious and specific for females level 5 on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best. For more information on how efficacy is rated click here. Treatment. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. About AAPB. Practitioners. Career Opportunities. Students. AAPB Events. AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars. AAPB Join Now. AAPB Store. Independent Study Program. ...
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*  Temporomandibular Disorder - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Temporomandibular Disorder. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. Overview Efficacy: Numerous controlled, clinical, comparative, and long term follow-up studies have proven beyond any doubt that biofeedback can reduce and cure tension and migraine headaches among adults and children. Several medical groups strongly recommend using biofeedback before or instead of medications. This therapy is rated as efficacious and specific level 4 on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best. For more information on how efficacy is rated click here. Treatment. Research. References. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. About AAPB. Practitioners. Consumers. Career Opportunities. Students. Contact Us. Home. AAPB Events. AAPB's 47th Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions. AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars. AAPB Join Now. AAPB Store. Independent Study Program. AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars. About AAPB. Board Members. Bylaws. Committees. Organizational Members. Ethical Principles. St...
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*  References - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... References. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. > Chest Pain. Detailed information on biofeedback augmented treatment of abnormal levels of anxiety A. Citations to the papers noted in the brief summary : Fehring, R.J. 1983. Effects of biofeedback-aided relaxation on the psychological stress symptoms of college students. Nursing Research, 32 6, 362-6. Hawkins, R.C. II, Doell, S.R., Lindseth, P., Jeffers, V., Skaggs, S. 1980. Anxiety reduction in hospitalized schizophrenics through thermal biofeedback and relaxation training. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. About AAPB. Practitioners. Consumers. Career Opportunities. Students. Contact Us. Home. AAPB Events. AAPB's 47th Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions. AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars. AAPB Join Now. AAPB Store. Independent Study Program. AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars. About AAPB. Board Members. Bylaws. Committees. Organizational Members. Ethical Principles. Standards for Performing Biofeedback. Mem...
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*  Treatment - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Treatment. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. Why biofeedback would help this problem: The muscles of the pelvic floor including those controlling the anus and urinary sphincters can become weakened due to overall loss of conditioning with age, stretching during delivery, etc. Many people do not have a good sense of when the actually have to urinate or defecate and are either fooled by sensations which are just warnings or miss the warnings entirely. Biofeedback sensors inserted into the vaginal canal or anus or taped to the pelvic floor can easily pick-up these signals so people can learn to recognize them by watching the biofeedback display and relating the changes in the display to sensations in their bodies. Pressure sensors which look like tiny balloons can both pick up the signals and simulate them so the signals can be produced on demand. This same methodology can be used to help patients recognize when they need to have a bowel movement and to relax the appropriate muscles in the appr...
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*  Asthma - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Asthma. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. Overview Efficacy: A relatively large, controlled study by Lehrer et al 2004 showed that biofeedback can have a highly significant impact on the severity of asthma related symptoms. Small clinical studies have also shown positive effects of biofeedback. This therapy is rated as probably efficacious level 3 on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best. For more information on how efficacy is rated click here. Treatment. Research. References. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. About AAPB. Practitioners. Consumers. Career Opportunities. Students. Contact Us. Home. AAPB Events. AAPB's 47th Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions. AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars. AAPB Join Now. AAPB Store. Independent Study Program. AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars. About AAPB. Board Members. Bylaws. Committees. Organizational Members. Ethical Principles. Standards for Performing Biofeedback. Membership. Sections & Divisions. State & Regio...
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*  Hyperventilation - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Hyperventilation. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. Overview Efficacy: A relatively large, controlled study by Lehrer et al 2004 showed that biofeedback can have a highly significant impact on the severity of asthma related symptoms. Small clinical studies have also shown positive effects of biofeedback. This therapy is rated as probably efficacious level 3 on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best. For more information on how efficacy is rated click here. Treatment. Research. References. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. About AAPB. Practitioners. Consumers. Career Opportunities. Students. Contact Us. Home. AAPB Events. AAPB's 47th Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions. AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars. AAPB Join Now. AAPB Store. Independent Study Program. AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars. About AAPB. Board Members. Bylaws. Committees. Organizational Members. Ethical Principles. Standards for Performing Biofeedback. Membership. Sections & Divisions. Sta...
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*  Stump Pain - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Stump Pain. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. Overview Efficacy: Several small studies have shown that biofeedback based treatments which successfully teach people to control abnormal spasms and blood flow in the residual limb stump can reduce or eliminate cramping and burning descriptions of phantom pain but not shocking - shooting descriptions of phantom pain. This therapy is rated as possibly efficacious level 3 on a scale of 1 - 5 with 5 being the best. For more information on how efficacy is rated click here. Treatment. Research. References. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. About AAPB. Practitioners. Consumers. Career Opportunities. Students. Contact Us. Home. AAPB Events. AAPB's 47th Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions. AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars. AAPB Join Now. AAPB Store. Independent Study Program. AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars. About AAPB. Board Members. Bylaws. Committees. Organizational Members. Ethical Principles. Standards for Pe...
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*  Home - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
Friday, November 6 Part 1: Professional Ethics and Standards for Biofeedback and Neurofeedback: An Overview Friday, November 13 Part 2: Professional Ethics and Standards for Biofeedback and Neurofeedback: An Overview. Wednesday, May 25 Part 3: BCIA Biofeedback Exam Review webinar series on Instrumentation A P Friday, July 15 Making Sense: The Path to Training Optimal Performance. Biofeedback in the News. AAPB Comments of Cease and Desist Notices Cease and desist notices were recently issued in the practice of biofeedback, one in the state on Nevada from their psychology board and the other from the in Iowa medical board. Here are links to the letters that were submitted to each in support of AAPB members for the practice of biofeedback and neurofeedback in their states: Cease and Desist Notice - Nevada Cease and Desist Notice - Iowa AAPB, a co-sponsor of the Mid-Atlantic Society for Biofeedback and Behavioral Medicine s MASBBM Fall 2014 Conference, recently inaugurated a scholarship program as a way for AAPB ...
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*  Treatment - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... Treatment. Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. > Epilepsy/Seizure. Why biofeedback would help this problem: People who have seizures produce abnormal brainwaves and too little of other brainwaves. If these people are shown the amount of normal and abnormal waves they are producing and taught to increase the amount of normal ones, seizure activity generally decreases significantly. Copyright © 2011 Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. About AAPB. Practitioners. Consumers. Career Opportunities. Students. Contact Us. Home. AAPB Events. AAPB's 47th Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions. AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars. AAPB Join Now. AAPB Store. Independent Study Program. AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars. About AAPB. Board Members. Bylaws. Committees. Organizational Members. Ethical Principles. Standards for Performing Biofeedback. Membership. Sections & Divisions. State & Regional Chapters. FERB. Board of Directors. Grants and Scholarships. Fundraising and Contributions. Honor ...
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*  Habituation (psychophysiology)
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*  AAPB Virtual Education/Webinars - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback. AAPB Virtual Education/ Webinars. What is Virtual Education. Virtual Education webinars are 90 minutes each and provide 1.5 hours of continuing education credit per webinar. Participants will access the interactive webinar by logging in online to view the presentation and dial in by phone or VoIP for the audio portion. AAPB Virtual Education webinars can be used to meet BCIA didactic training and recertification CE requirements. Check with your state licensure board for continuing education requirements. Through our webinar programs, AAPB provides participants with high-quality education and training without leaving the home or office. Participants gain insight and knowledge to help them take their careers to the next level, while gaining valuable APA/BCIA continuing education credits. We invite you to be a part of this education initiative, giving our members the knowledge and skills they need to elevate the science a...
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*  AAPB Past Presidents - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
... AAPB Past Presidents. About AAPB. > Board Members. Year s President. 2013 Richard Sherman. 2012 Jeffrey Bolek. 2011 Gabriel Tan, PhD. 2010 Carmen Russoniello, PhD. 2009 John G. Arena, PhD. 2008 Aubrey Ewing, PhD. 2007 Alan Glaros, PhD. 2006 Richard Gevirtz, PhD. 2005 Richard Sherman, PhD. 2004 Steve Baskin, PhD. 2003 Lynda Kirk, MA, LPC. 2002 Paul Lehrer, PhD. 2001 Donald Moss, PhD. 2000 Doil Montgomery, PhD. 1999 Dale Walters, PhD. 1998 Ian Wickramasekera, PhD. 1997 Sebastian Striefel, PhD. 1996 Joel F. Lubar, PhD. 1995 Angele McGrady, PhD. 1994 Michael McKee, PhD. 1993 Frank Andrasik, PhD. 1992 Paula B. Amar, PhD. 1991 Steven L. Wolf, PhD. 1990 J. Peter Rosenfeld, PhD. 1989 Susan Middaugh, PhD. 1988 M. Barry Sterman, PhD. 1987 Mark Schwartz, PhD. 1986 Carol Schneider, PhD. 1985 Patricia Norris, PhD. 1984 Neal Miller, PhD. 1983 John D. Rugh, PhD. 1982 Steven L. Fahrion, PhD. 1981 Bernard T. Engel, PhD. 1980 Edward Taub, PhD. 1979 John Basmajian, PhD. 1978 Elmer Green, PhD. 1977 Charles Stroebel, PhD. 19...
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*  Laser Doppler Imaging (sexual psychophysiology)
laser doppler imaging sexual psychophysiology laser doppler imaging sexual psychophysiology laser doppler imaging ldi is used to measure superficial blood flow in the skin a laser doppler perfusion imager functions by projecting an infrared laser beam over the skin when light interacts with moving blood cells a small portion of it is shifted detected and converted into an electrical signal wardell k jakobsson a nilsson g ieee transactions on biomedical engineering ldi provides a direct measure of female sexual response that does not require genital contact signals are gathered at a depth of two to three millimetres below the skin s surface waxman s e pukall c f the journal of sexual medicine two studies have suggested that ldi is a valid measure of female sexual arousal stykes s j maclean w m n sultana s r bjog international journal of obstetrics gynaecology waxman and pukall showed that ldi has discriminant validity that is it can differentiate sexual response from neutral positive and negative mood induced ...
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*  Psychophysiology - Lulu.com
... United States US$. in English. Close. Support. Cart. Close. Close. Close. Close. Search Results: 'Psychophysiology'. Other Products +. Other Products -. Calendars. Services. Business & Economics. Fiction. Romance. Science Fiction. Diet & Health. Search. All Products. Calendars. Services. Title. Creator Name. Ratings. Any Rating. 5 stars 4 stars or better 3 stars or better 2 stars or better 1 star or better. Language. English French Italian Spanish German Dutch. Published this week Published this month Published this year. Search by Title or Creator. ...by Rating. ...by Language. 3 results for "Psychophysiology". More Detail. The Truth about the Psychophysiological Detection of Deception Examination Polygraph 3rd Edition. The Truth about the Psychophysiological Detection of Deception Examination Polygraph 3rd edition, contains the most informative read available on the market regarding the Lie Detector. By application, and the essence of this book Archimedes principle suggests that what you give determine...
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*  electronic library - Investigation on cumulative psychophysiological effects of short-haul flight c
... rew members - Part I: Methods. Investigation on cumulative psychophysiological effects of short-haul flight crew members - Part I: Methods. Vejvoda, Martin and Niederl, Tanja and Maaß, Hartmut 2008 Investigation on cumulative psychophysiological effects of short-haul flight crew members - Part I: Methods. 79th Annual Scientific Meeting AsMA, 2008-05-11 - 2008-05-15, Boston, MA USA. Abstract Background: A multitude of scientific investigations concerning stress and workload of flight crews has been carried out over the past. A small hand held PC at pilot’s disposal allowed fast and efficient filling in questionnaires, handling the flight log and the daily sleep log. Completing the flight log, all relevant flight, fatigue and workload data of every duty day were documented. Results: The aim of this research was to identify work-related environmental factors that may affect sleep-wake behaviour, fatigue, workload, and stress of short-haul cockpit crew members during consecutive schedules within a period of e...
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*  Jochen Fahrenberg
... 'Jochen Fahrenberg' * September 18, 1937 in Berlin is a German psychologist in the fields of personality and psychophysiology. Education and career Work Publications External links. He retired as professor emeritus in 2002 from his dual function as head of the section Differential Psychology and Personality Research and co-director with Prof. Michael Myrtek of the Research Group Psychophysiology in the Department of Psychology at Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg, Germany. Jochen Fahrenberg succeeded Robert Heiß, the founder of the Institute for Psychology and Characterology 1944–1966 in Freiburg, to the chair where he shaped the structure and goals of the department for over 30 years. The Research Group Psychophysiology was founded 1970 by Jochen Fahrenberg and Michael Myrtek and given generous facilities first in Schillhof, later in Belfortstraße in Freiburg. Fahrenberg conducted numerous extensive laboratory and field work focussing in particular on cardiovascular psychophysiology. Jochen Fahrenbe...
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*  Physiological Psychology - Books Sitemap
Psychology. Physiological Psychology. Research in psychophysiology by Peter Henry Venables, Margaret J. Research in psychophysiology by Peter Henry Venables, Margaret J. Signal detection theory and psychophysics by David Marvin Green, John A. Signal detection theory and psychophysics by David Marvin Green, John A. Signal detection theory and psychophysics by David Marvin Green, John A. Signal detection theory and psychophysics by David Marvin Green, John A. Signal detection theory and psychophysics by David Marvin Green, John A. Sketch of a system of the philosophy of the human mind by Thomas Brown - 1820. Social Psychophysiology for Social and Personality Psychology by Jim J. Study Guide for Bob Garrett’s Brain Behavior: An Introduction to Biological Psychology, Second Edition by Bob Garrett - 2008 - 221 pages. Study Guide to Accompany Bob Garrett’s Brain Behavior: An Introduction to Biological Psychology, Third Edition by Bob Garrett, Beth Powell - 2010 - 400 pages. Study Guide to Accompany Bob Garrett’s Br...
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*  Spatial layout of letters in nonwords affects visual short-term memory load: Evidence from human ele
... ctrophysiology - Prime - 2010 - Psychophysiology - Wiley Online Library. Skip to Main Content. Log in / Register. Log In. E-Mail Address. Password. Forgotten Password. Remember Me. Register. Institutional Login. Home. Cognitive Psychology. Brain Behavior: Physiological Psychology. Psychophysiology. Vol 48 Issue 3. Abstract. JOURNAL TOOLS Get New Content Alerts. Get RSS feed. Save to My Profile. Get Sample Copy. Recommend to Your Librarian. JOURNAL MENU Journal Home FIND ISSUES Current Issue. All Issues FIND ARTICLES Early View. GET ACCESS Subscribe / Renew. FOR CONTRIBUTORS OnlineOpen. Author Guidelines. Submit an Article. ABOUT THIS JOURNAL Society Information. News. Overview. Editorial Board. Permissions. Advertise. Contact. SPECIAL FEATURES Sign Up for Content Alerts. Wiley Job Network. Jobs. Spatial layout of letters in nonwords affects visual short-term memory load: Evidence from human electrophysiology. David Prime 1, Roberto Dell'acqua 2, Martin Arguin 1, Fr d ric Gosselin 1 and Pierre Jolic ur 1 A...
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*  Research - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
Biofeedback Glossary. > Disorders & Treatment. > Incontinence. Brief summary of evidence supporting the efficacy of biofeedback for elimination disorders: Numerous studies demonstrate levels 4 and 5 efficacy of biofeedback for urinary incontinence in females. It is better than no treatment i.e., control Burgio et al., 1998; Burns et al., 1993; Dougherty et al., 2002; McDowell et al., 1999, better than or equal to other behavioral treatments e.g., pelvic floor exercises Burns et al., 1993; Glavind, Nohr, Walter, 1996; Sherman, Davis, Wong, 1997; Sung, Hong, Choi Baik, Yoon, 2000; Weatherall, 1999; Wyman, Fantl, McClish, Bump, 1998 and better than drug i.e., oxybutynin chloride treatment Burgio et al., 1998 in both young and old females. Combining drug and behavioral therapy in a stepped program can produce added benefit for those not satisfied with the outcome of single treatment Burgio, Locher, Goode, 2000. Palsson et al 2004 have reviewed the evidence showing that biofeedback is efficacious for constipation,...
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*  SAHIB KHALSA
Publications Hughlings Jackson and the role of the entorhinal cortex in temporal lobe epilepsy: from patient A to Doctor Z Sahib S Khalsa Department of Neurology, 1216 MERF, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242, USA Epilepsy Behav 9:524-31. 2006 Interoceptive awareness in experienced meditators Sahib S Khalsa Neuroscience Graduate Program, Department of Neurology, University of Iowa, 200 Hawkins Drive, Iowa City, IA 52242, USA Psychophysiology 45:671-7. 2008 Bolus isoproterenol infusions provide a reliable method for assessing interoceptive awareness S S Khalsa Neuroscience Graduate Program, Department of Neurology, University of Iowa, 200 Hawkins Drive, Iowa City, IA 52242, USA Int J Psychophysiol 72:34-45. 2009 Interoceptive awareness declines with age Sahib S Khalsa Department of Neurology and Neuroscience Program, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA Psychophysiology 46:1130-6. Detail Information Publications 5 Hughlings Jackson and the role of the entorhinal cortex in temporal lobe epilepsy: from pa...
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*  Effects of cigarette smoking on prepulse inhibition, its attentional modulation, and vigilance perfo
... rmance - Rissling - 2007 - Psychophysiology - Wiley Online Library. Skip to Main Content. Log in / Register. Log In. E-Mail Address. Password. Forgotten Password. Remember Me. Register. Institutional Login. Home. Cognitive Psychology. Brain Behavior: Physiological Psychology. Psychophysiology. Vol 44 Issue 4. Abstract. JOURNAL TOOLS Get New Content Alerts. Get RSS feed. Save to My Profile. Get Sample Copy. Recommend to Your Librarian. JOURNAL MENU Journal Home FIND ISSUES Current Issue. All Issues FIND ARTICLES Early View. GET ACCESS Subscribe / Renew. FOR CONTRIBUTORS OnlineOpen. Author Guidelines. Submit an Article. ABOUT THIS JOURNAL Society Information. News. Overview. Editorial Board. Permissions. Advertise. Contact. SPECIAL FEATURES Sign Up for Content Alerts. Wiley Job Network. Jobs. Effects of cigarette smoking on prepulse inhibition, its attentional modulation, and vigilance performance. Anthony J. Rissling 1, Michael E. Dawson 1, Anne M. Schell 2 and Keith H. Nuechterlein 3 Article first publish...
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*  DAVID FERRIER: LOCALIZATION OF SENSORY-MOTOR PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY - Mind, Brain and Adaptation in the N
... ineteenth Century: Cerebral Localization and Its Biological Context from Gall to Ferrier by Robert M Young. 2 Ibid., pp. Cf. 4 Cf. 1 Ferrier, 1873, pp. 2 Ferrier, 1876, pp. The significance of Ferrier's work for neurophysiology can be glimpsed from the fact that Sir Charles Sherrington dedicated his classical lectures on The Integrative Action of the Nervous System 1906 to Ferrier: 'In token recognition of his many services to the experimental physiology of the nervous system.' In fact, Sherrington's first publication was an examination of the brains which Ferrier and Goltz had presented in 1881 on the issue of cerebral localization. In his obituary notice on Ferrier for the Royal Society, Sherrington points out that Ferrier had been the main figure in proving the concept of cerebral localization, placing it at the centre of neurological interest, and providing the basis for a 'scientific phrenology'. x 2 Ibid., p. After this unfortunate episode, Ferrier's references to Fritsch and Hitzig were more genero...
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*  Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback - All Volumes & Issues - Springer
Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback - All Volumes Issues - Springer. ISSN: 1090-0586 Print 1573-3270 Online This journal was previously published under other titles view Journal History. All Volumes Issues Volumes. Volume 1 / 1976 - Volume 40 / 2015 Volume 40 - 3 Issues March 2015 - September 2015. Issue 3 – September 2015. Issue 2 – June 2015. Volume 39 - 3 Issues March 2014 - December 2014. Issue 2 – June 2014. Volume 38 - 4 Issues March 2013 - December 2013. Issue 4 – December 2013. Issue 3 – September 2013. Issue 2 – June 2013. Volume 37 - 4 Issues March 2012 - December 2012. Issue 4 – December 2012. Issue 3 – September 2012. Issue 2 – June 2012. Volume 36 - 4 Issues March 2011 - December 2011. Issue 3 – September 2011. Issue 2 – June 2011. Volume 35 - 4 Issues March 2010 - December 2010. Issue 4 – December 2010. Issue 3 – September 2010. Issue 2 – June 2010. Volume 34 - 4 Issues March 2009 - December 2009. Issue 2 – June 2009. Volume 33 - 4 Issues March 2008 - December 2008. Issue 3 – September 2008...
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*  Синхронизация (нейробиология) — Википедия
Spike-Timing Dependent Plasticity, STDP влечёт долговременную потенциацию синапсов, если принимающий нейрон срабатывает не более чем через 10-20 мс после входного импульса. Deep brain stimulation, DBS на рентгеноскопическом снимке черепа человека. integrate-and-fire : «интегрировать и возбуждаться», «интегрировать и сработать» AdEx. International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology 24 1-2 : 61–100. 2 2006 «Comparative analysis of event-related potentials during Go/NoGo and CPT: Decomposition of electrophysiological markers of response inhibition and sustained attention». 2006 «Gamma and beta neural activity evoked during a sensory gating paradigm: Effects of auditory, somatosensory and cross-modal stimulation». 2003 «Dynamical regimes underlying epileptiform events: role of instabilities and bifurcations in brain activity». 2 2010 «Tremor amplitude and tremor frequency variability in Parkinson’s disease is dependent on activity and synchronisati...
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*  .. Psychophysiology of Blackboard Teaching .. Responses .. Categories .. .. Share this: .. Like
Nunez’s paper R. Gestures as less monitored than speech, and they are, to a great extent, unconscious. Gestures are co-processed with speech. Studies in language acquisition and and child development show that speech and gesture develop in parallel. Gesture provides complimentary content to speech content. Well, psychophysiology of gesture explains why, in teaching mathematics, a blackboard is better than a Powerpoint presentation, but why are blackboards preferable to whiteboards. In mathematics teaching, we have to write on the blackboard and speak more or less simultaneously although I take care to never speak “to the blackboard” and turn to face the audience every time I utter a word – but I do keep chalk pressed against the board, thus ensuring that I continue writing exactly from the spot where I stopped. “Susan Wagner Cook uses hand gestures to teach math to third grade students. And students who spontaneously gesture as they work through new ideas tend to remember them longer than those who do not mo...
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Posted by: Alexandre Borovik. September 24, 2008 Psychophysiology of Blackboard Teaching. I move up my post of 25 August 2006 from now defunct old incarnation of this blog. I am prompted by Phil Beadle’s paper on blackboards, You can’t dance in front of an interactive button, in The Guardian, 28 October 2008.  I offer to my readers a wonderful quote from Beal:. If I am modelling sentence construction or the semicolon, drawing a map illustrating colonialism in Africa, or scribing arrows outlining connections between ideas, I want to be able to do it quickly: as quick as I think; as quick as I talk. I want to be able to teach with my whole body, use gesture, employ pause to illustrate nuance, become as one with the board; become, in those rare moments of flow, both dancer and dance. Now the board dictates that, rather than pirouette, twist and enthuse, I click a frigid button. This picture is a shot from a wonderful film by Samira Makhmalbaf which won Grand Prix du Jury at the Cannes Film Festival 2000. ...
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Posted by: Alexandre Borovik. September 24, 2008 Psychophysiology of Blackboard Teaching. I move up my post of 25 August 2006 from now defunct old incarnation of this blog. I am prompted by Phil Beadle’s paper on blackboards, You can’t dance in front of an interactive button, in The Guardian, 28 October 2008.  I offer to my readers a wonderful quote from Beal:. If I am modelling sentence construction or the semicolon, drawing a map illustrating colonialism in Africa, or scribing arrows outlining connections between ideas, I want to be able to do it quickly: as quick as I think; as quick as I talk. I want to be able to teach with my whole body, use gesture, employ pause to illustrate nuance, become as one with the board; become, in those rare moments of flow, both dancer and dance. Now the board dictates that, rather than pirouette, twist and enthuse, I click a frigid button. This picture is a shot from a wonderful film by Samira Makhmalbaf which won Grand Prix du Jury at the Cannes Film Festival 2000. ...
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*  Society for Psychophysiological Research
Psychophysiology Psychophysiological methods History Annual meeting Awards Distinguished Contributions to Psychophysiology. Distinguished Early Career Contributions to Psychophysiology. However, anatomy is primarily concerned with body structures and relationships amongst structures, and physiology is primarily interested in the function of these structures or systems—or with how different parts of the body work. In the 1950s, Ax also began arranging formal meetings of these early psychophysiologists in what became known as the “Psychophysiology Group.” For several years, the group met regularly at the annual American Psychological Association APA conference. 1977 audiorecording of unpublished interview conducted by David Shapiro with Albert Ax and William Grings; https://public.me.com/ltassinary : Folder: SPR; file: 01 SPR.mp3 http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt2v19p4w2 The society took the name Society for Psychophysiological Research, and since its first informal gatherings at APA meetings, now ...
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... {{multiple issues. 'Neuronus IBRO & IRUN Neuroscience Forum' is an annual conference organized at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków Poland for young researchers from diverse subdiscplines of neuroscience. Most of the topics cover neurobiology, cognitive and affective neuroscience, as well as clinical neuroscience and neurology. Organizers Structure and objectives History Post-conference publications References External links. Neuronus Forums are operated by a team of researchers from Krakow, supported by neurobiology, psychology, and medical students from the Jagiellonian University Students’ Neuroscience Society NEURONUS and the Jagiellonian University Neurology Student Club. International Brain Research Organization IBRO International Research Universities Network IRUN BRATNIAK Foundation of the Jagiellonian University Students and Graduates. Structure and objectives. The conference consists of keynote lectures given by invited speakers, followed by parallel symposia dedicated to cognitive and biol...
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*  P3b
Polich, J. Updating P300: An integrative theory of P3a and P3b. Clinical Neurophysiology, 118 10, 2128-2148. Polich, J. Updating P300: An integrative theory of P3a and P3b. Clinical Neurophysiology, 118 10, 2128-2148. "Presidential Address, 1980: Surprise!...Surprise?." Psychophysiology 18 5 : 493-513. "Presidential Address, 1980: Surprise!...Surprise?." Psychophysiology 18 5 : 493-513. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 38, 387-401. The most common paradigms will either present infrequent, task-relevant stimuli as a way to elicit a P3b, or they will employ two tasks at the same time to use P3b as a measure of cognitive workload. Of course, it should be noted that any experimental paradigm in which participants are instructed to attend to and evaluate stimuli should elicit a P3b component, including selective attention tasks, explicit memory tasks, and visual search tasks for thorough reviews of experimental paradigms which have been used to elicit this component, see Kok, 2001 Kok, A. In a cl...
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*  S Duschek
2011 Increased sensitivity to heat pain in chronic low blood pressure Stefan Duschek Department Psychologie, Ludwig Maximilians Universitat Munchen, Leopoldstrasse 13, 80802 Munich, Germany Eur J Pain 13:28-34. 2007 Dissociation between cortical activation and cognitive performance under pharmacological blood pressure elevation in chronic hypotension Stefan Duschek University of Munich, Germany Biol Psychol 75:277-85. 2009 Enhancement of cerebral blood flow and cognitive performance following pharmacological blood pressure elevation in chronic hypotension Stefan Duschek Department of Psychology, University of Munich, Munich, Germany Psychophysiology 44:145-53. Increased sensitivity to heat pain in chronic low blood pressure Stefan Duschek Department Psychologie, Ludwig Maximilians Universitat Munchen, Leopoldstrasse 13, 80802 Munich, Germany Eur J Pain 13:28-34. Dissociation between cortical activation and cognitive performance under pharmacological blood pressure elevation in chronic hypotension Stefan Dusch...
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*  Zoran Bujas
... december january was a croatia n psychologist bujas was born in split and spent his childhood in zadar and dubrovnik where he graduated from high school in he graduated psychology from the university of zagreb in where he obtained his ph d in bujas continued his studies at the university of paris from to taking part in research at the laboratory for the psychophysiology of senses headed by henri piéron from until his retirement in he was professor of experimental and physiological psychology at the university of zagreb bujas was a dean of the faculty of philosophy in and a rector of the university of zagreb in and in he became the first and the only psychologist to become a full member of the yugoslav academy of sciences and arts now croatian academy of sciences and arts from to he served as a vice president of the academy since bujas was also a corresponding member of the slovenian academy of sciences and arts he was named professor emeritus of the university of zagreb in his fields of research interest...
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*  STRESS:Psychophysiological Responses to Stress Health Behavior Abnormal Psychology Social Sciences P
... sychology. Abnormal Psychology. Abnormal Psychology. What is stress. headaches, hypertension high blood pressure, asthma, and other psychosomatic disorders, a term indicating that a disease is a product of both the. · Social support not only can encourage positive health behavior, but research shows that social. · Stress can cause illness, but illness also causes stress. include primary insomnia, primary hypersomnia, narcolepsy, breathing-related sleep. Like all sleep disorders, sleepwalking disorder tends to be diagnosed only if it causes significant distress or impairs the person's ability to function. Cardiovascular disease CVD is a group of disorders that affect the heart and circulatory system. Hypertension increases the risk for CHD, as well as for other serious disorders, such as stroke. · An individual's risk for developing CVD, and particularly CHD, is associated with a number of health behaviors, including weight, diet, exercise, and cigarette smoking. It is called secondary hypertension because...
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*  [Comp-neuro] Fwd: Job/Fellowship Univ. Minho
Previous message: call for papers handbook on machine learning Next message: CFP Modelling the Brain and Nervous System, Auckland, NZ Messages sorted by:. *Job/Fellowship Reference:* C2007-UMINHO-CIPsi-02 b *Main research field:* Psychological sciences *Sub research field:* Psychology/Cognitive Science Neuropsychophysiology *Job summary:* The Psychology Research Center at the University of Minho, Portugal, is planning to hire a researcher interested in the study of Neuropsychophysiology. The candidate should: a PhD in one of the following areas: Neuroscience; Neuropsychology; Psychophysiology, Physiological Psychology; Psychobiology, or Cognitive Neuroscience. *Job description:* The Psychology Research Center at the University of Minho, Portugal, is planning to hire a researcher interested in the study of Neuropsychophysiology. The candidate should: a PhD in one of the following areas: Neuroscience; Neuropsychology; Psychophysiology, Physiological Psychology; Psychobiology, or Cognitive Neuroscience. b Experi...
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*  Research - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeeback
> Chest Pain. Brief summary of evidence supporting the efficacy of biofeedback for non-cardiac related chest pain: The amount of change in heat rate with change in breathing is an index of vagal tone. It is simple to evaluate relationships between heart rate variability and respiration using biofeedback equipment. Gevirtz and his team e.g., DeGuire et al 1996 as well as many others have shown that there is a solid relationship between anxiety and non-cardiac related chest pain. They have also shown that abnormal patterns of respiration well known to lead to feelings of anxiety due to changes in concentration of carbon dioxide, also result in non-cardiac chest pain. Retraining breathing patterns results in long term at least three years control of stress related cardiac pain symptoms and hyperventilation related symptoms such as anxiety. It is emphasized that correction of these breathing patterns relieves the chest pain or eliminates it all together without further intervention to correct an anxiety disorder....
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*  Giorgio Ganis
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*  KSM - Prof. Kostek
The subjects of the mentioned projects concern new methods of musical instrument sound and music recognition based on soft computing approach, pipe organ control based on fuzzy-logic, acoustic sound quality investigations, digital processing algorithms for hearing aids and cochlear implants and others. Her main scientific interests are psychophysiology of hearing and vision, music information retrieval, musical acoustics, studio technology, as well as applications of soft computing and computational intelligence to the mentioned domains. Her teaching responsibilities include classes in psychophysiology of hearing and vision, studio technology, sound reinforcement, musical acoustics and informatics, soft computing. The book presents applications of some selected soft computing methods to acoustics and sound engineering. The aim of this research study is the implementation of soft computing methods to musical signal analysis and to the recognition of musical sounds and phrases. Accordingly, some methods based o...
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. Welcome to the CAP Lab. Home. People. Research. Publications. Projects. iPanda. Cognitive & Affective Psychophysiology Laboratory. Psychophysiology. Translational Research. Our research focuses on the intersections between cognition, emotion, and psychopathology. Much of this work focuses on understanding how people respond to motivationally salient events and information—and whether individual differences in these responses might serve as concomitants of, and markers of risk for, affective psychopathology i.e., anxiety disorders and depression. To this end, we utilize a range of psychophysiological, neurobiological, and behavioral measures. Much of this work is highly collaborative. Learn about who we are by clicking the People link. For more specific information on what we do, please have a look at the Publications and Research links. Note to prospective students. Department of Psychology B418, Stony Brook University. Stony Brook, NY 11794-2500. 631.632.7843....
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*  Arthur J. Bachrach
... Bachrach' born – December 19, 2011 was an American psychologist and administrator, who was Professor and Chairman of the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University, and Director of the Environmental Stress Program and Chair of Psychophysiology at the Naval Medical Research Institute at the Naval Medical Center in Bethesda. Publications References External links. Bachrach kept working at the Faculty in the University of Virginia Medical School, attaining the rank of Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology and Psychiatry. In 1962, he left the University of Virginia to accept the position of Professor and Chairman of the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University. From 1969 to 1987 he worked as Director of the Environmental Stress Program and Chair of Psychophysiology at the Naval Medical Research Institute at the Naval Medical Center in Bethesda. He was Senior Editor and Co-editor on several publications of the Underwater Physiology Symposia and a member of the Founding Edito...
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*  Walton T. Roth
... Roth image = WTRoth headshot.JPG image size = 150px alt = photograph of Walton T. Roth, MD birth date =. birth place = Topeka, Kansas. residence = California, USA fields = Psychophysiology, Psychiatry. workplaces = Stanford University School of Medicine,. alma mater = Harvard University, New York University School of Medicine }}. Walton Thompson "Tom" Roth, MD born 1939 in Topeka, Kansas is an American psychiatrist and psychophysiological researcher. He is Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine, and was Chief of the Psychiatric Consultation Service at the Veterans Affairs for over 40 years. Major Contributions Selected Books Professional Awards, Honors, and Service Education and Background References. Major Contributions. Selected Books. by Paul M. Insel and Walton T. Roth originally published 1976, 11th edition McGraw-Hill 2009. Insel, and Walton T. Roth originally published 1994, 7th edition McGraw-Hill 2006. Walton T. Roth Ed. Professiona...
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*  Psychiatric Drug Facts with Dr. Peter Breggin - Downloads
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J POLYSCORE: A comparison of accuracy. Using data collected under a mock crime scenario paradigm, four versions of the John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory APL algorithm-based scoring system were evaluated for consistency in scoring accuracy. The four versions were: a PASS 2.0, b POLYSCORE 2.3, c POLYSCORE 2.9, and d POLYSCORE 3.0. The algorithm's rates of agreement/disagreement with ground truth were examined, and the same evaluations were made for the psychophysiological detection of deception PDD examiners who collected the data. The PDD examiners in this evaluation had an overall accuracy rate of 72.27% when compared to ground truth. The overall rate of accuracy generated by the algorithm edited dataset was: a PASS 2.0, 63.03%; b POLYSCORE 2.3, 67.72%; c POLYSCORE 2.9, 72.27%; and d POLYSCORE 3.0, 68.91%. With the inconclusive decisions eliminated, the recomputed accuracy rate for the PDD examiners was 79.63%, while each version of the algorithm was comparable PASS 2.0, ; POLYSCORE 2.3, ; PO...
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*  EMDR España - Recursos. The Body Keeps the Score (van der Kolk">
BACKGROUND For more than a century, ever since people's responses to overwhelming experiences were first systematically explored, it has been noted that the psychological effects of trauma are expressed as changes in the biological stress response. Janet also observed that traumatized patients seemed to react to reminders of the trauma with emergency responses that had been relevant to the original threat, but that had no bearing on current experience. In an apparent attempt to compensate for chronic hyperarousal, traumatized people seem to shut down: on a behavioral level, by avoiding stimuli reminiscent of the trauma; on a psychobiological level, by emotional numbing, which extends to both trauma-related, and everyday experience 15. Thus, people with chronic PTSD tend to suffer from numbing of responsiveness to the environment, punctuated by intermittent hyperarousal in response to conditional traumatic stimuli. However, as Pitman has pointed out 16, in PTSD, the stimuli that precipitate emergency responses...
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*  Psychophysical
... sharing the physical and psychological qualities in the th century german physicist philosopher and mystic gustav theodor fechner was revolutionary in terming psychophysics in its simplest form it is a mathematical relationship between one s internal psychic and external physical worlds on the basis on experimental data multiple studies are currently being conducted in relation to fechner s ideas b treutwein adaptive psychophysical procedures vision res retrieved from http journals scholarsportal info myaccess library utoronto ca tmp pdf psychophysical may refer to psychophysics the subdiscipline of psychology dealing with the relationship between physical stimuli and their subjective correlates or percepts erroneously to psychophysiology the branch of psychology that is concerned with the physiological bases of psychological processes including sensory processes and is thereby connected to psychophysics psychophysical parallelism in philosophy is the theory that the conscious and nervous processes vary ...
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*  Christyn Dolbier, PhD
... MENU. Apply Give Jobs Maps Directory. Thomas Harriot College of Arts Sciences Department of Psychology. Home. Department. College. Graduate School. People. Faculty. Staff. Undergraduate Program. General Information. Major Requirements. Minor Requirements. Neuroscience Program. PSYC 1000/1060 Research Activity. Psi Chi. Scholarships. Student Research Assistants. Graduate Programs. Clinical Health Psychology PhD. Occupational Health Psychology PhD. Pediatric School Psychology PhD. Industrial/Organizational Psychology MA. School Psychology MA/CAS. Applications. PASS Clinic. Health Discoveries. Support. Personal links and information. Christyn Dolbier, PhD Associate Professor Office: Rawl Annex 141 Phone: 252-328-2119 Fax: 252-328-6283 E-mail: dolbierc@ecu.edu Mailing Address: 104 Rawl Building Department of Psychology East Carolina University Greenville, NC 27858-4353 Willing to consider taking a doctoral student this year: No Education: Postdoctoral Fellowship, The University of California at San Francisco...
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*  Motor and cognitive factors in the modification of a reflex - Springer
... Download PDF 913 KB. Article. Motor and cognitive factors in the modification of a reflex. Cohen. Affiliated with Department of Psychology, Bryn Mawr College. Affiliated with Department of Psychology, Bryn Mawr College. Hoffman. Affiliated with Department of Psychology, Bryn Mawr College. Download PDF 913 KB. 1 The amplitude of elicited eyeblinks was reduced when the delay between switch closure and tap was 50 meec or less. 2 Subjects who expected that switch closure would produce an immediate tap exhibited smaller blinks to such taps than did subjects who expected switch closure to produce a delayed tap. Register for Journal Updates. About This Journal. Share Share this content on Facebook Share this content on Twitter Share this content on LinkedIn. Journal of Experimental Psychology , 1973, 97 , 365–369. CrossRef. PubMed. R Temporal integration of acoustic stimulation obtained in reflex inhibition in rats and humans. Journal of Comparative Physiological Psychology , 1979, 93 , 939–945. CrossRef. Psych...
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*  Stefanie Maier, Universität Trier, Department of Psychology - ResearchGate
Stefanie Maier, Universit t Trier, Department of Psychology - ResearchGate. For full functionality of ResearchGate it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser. Stefanie Maier. Universität Trier, Trier, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Are you Stefanie Maier. Claim your profile. Publications 9 14.74 Total impact. Article:. Frontal brain asymmetry and affective style: A conceptual replication. Dirk Hagemann. Ewald Naumann. Gabriele Becker Stefanie Maier. Dieter Bartussek. ABSTRACT: Recent studies have demonstrated that positive and negative affective reactivity can be predicted by resting electroencephalographic EEG asymmetry in frontal brain regions. These studies used different methods to assess asymmetry and affectivity. The goal of the present study was a conceptual replication of these results and to investigate their independence of employed procedures. Resting EEG of 37 subjects was recorded and affective slides were presented to obtain ratings of...
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*  Browsing FAS Scholarly Articles by Title
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*  .. How to develop a positive attitude that will improve your job search
How to develop a positive attitude that will improve your job search. Posted on March 8, 2013, 4:34 pm, by JailstoJobs, under Job Search Tips. Few things are more important to your job search than having – and maintaining – a positive attitude. It’s not easy to keep going at times, especially when you have to get psyched up to make those cold calls or when you have to face rejection. Your daily struggle may drive you to negativity. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, you can train yourself in the ways of positivity, which will make you better able to handle a job search of any length. And there’s scientific evidence to prove that positivity is possible to achieve, if you set your mind to it. Just listen to what Barbara Fredrickson has to say. She is a professor of psychology and the principal investigator at the Positive Emotions and Psychophysiology Laboratory a.k.a. PEP Lab at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. In a YouTube presentation, Fredrickson explains what her research ...
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*  Mental chronometry
... "Reaction time". 'Mental chronometry' is the use of response time in perceptual-motor tasks to infer the content, duration, and temporal sequencing of cognitive operations. Mental chronometry is one of the core paradigms of experimental and cognitive psychology, and has found application in various disciplines including cognitive psychophysiology, cognitive neuroscience, and behavioral neuroscience to elucidate mechanisms underlying cognitive processing. Mental chronometry is studied using the measurements of reaction time RT. Reaction time is the elapsed time between the presentation of a sensory stimulus and the subsequent behavioral response. In psychometric psychology it is considered to be an index of speed of processing. That is, it indicates how fast the thinker can execute the mental operations needed by the task at hand. In turn, speed of processing is considered an index of processing efficiency. Donders found that simple reaction time is shorter than recognition reaction time, and that choice ...
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*  Psych Your Mind: SWAG: The Aversion to Harm Others
... Wednesday, January 23, 2013. SWAG: The Aversion to Harm Others. Cushman was curious about why people are averse to committing harmful acts on others. As social living mammals, harming members of one's social group would be a sure way to become ostracized from group activities, and so, it is reasonable to assume that harming others is aversive. So, is there an aversion to committing harmful acts. In the first study participants were asked to perform a difficult arithmetic task--an aversive or threatening state of social evaluation--and were then subsequently asked to imagine being onboard a sinking lifeboat. Participants who showed more physiological signs of aversive threat, measured in terms of total peripheral resistance--a measure the rigidity of one's blood vessels, which is related to reductions in blood flowing to the extremities of the body--were more averse to pushing the passenger overboard. When actually mimicking the harmful act, participants showed increased total peripheral resistance--indic...
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*  THE EEG, CONSCIOUSNESS, AND SLEEP,
the eeg consciousness and sleep accession number ad title the eeg consciousness and sleep corporate author rand corp santa monica calif personal author s simon charles w emmons william h report date apr pagination or media count abstract monopolar occipital and vertex eegs were taken from normal male alpha dominant adults during an hour sleep information was presented by means of a tape recorder during this period subjects reported if they heard the information during stimulation and were later tested upon rising to see if they could recall it these two variables were correlated with electroencephalographic patterns occurring during the information presentation the following conclusions were drawn the probability of remembering and responding to meaningful auditory stimulation increased as the quantity and quality of waking alpha within the immediate vicinity increased the absence of alpha does not mean unconsciousness the presence of delta is an indication of unconciousness unconciousness is directly related...
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*  Pavlov's typology
'Pavlov's typology' of higher nervous activity was the first systematic approach to the psychophysiology of individual differences. Ivan Pavlov's ideas of nervous system typology came from work with his dogs and his realization of individual differences. His observations of the dogs led to the idea of excitation and inhibition in the nervous system, and Pavlov theorized that the strength of these processes in the nervous system will determine whether the subject will have a strong or weak nervous system. Pavlov defined types of animal nervous system in one of two ways either in “terms of specific complexes of the properties of the nervous processes, characteristic for the given animal, or in terms of patterns of animal or human behavior.” Gray, Jeffrey A. His ideas for the how the nervous system works came from his research on the brain, specifically the cortex, and conditioned and unconditioned reflexes, and spurred additional research into the nervous activity that underlies such reflexes. Retrieved Novembe...
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(1/271) Visual perception: mind and brain see eye to eye.

Recent functional imaging studies have identified neural activity that is closely associated with the perception of illusory motion. The mapping of the mind onto the bin appears to be one-to-one: activity in visual 'motion area' MT is highly correlated with perceptual experience.  (+info)

(2/271) Neurosciences - A neurosurgeon's perspective.

The advancements in the field of science in the past fifty years have highlighted the need to integrate all fields of human endeavours and have emphasised interdependency of various disciplines. The separation of humanities, therefore, from neurosciences is a preposterous practical joke on all thinking men. With the human genome project on the anvil, biotechnology is making significant headway holding out promise for organ regeneration. Macro evolution is over, but micro-evolution continues in the brain. Neural Darwinism thus, continues to evolve as long as individual remains conscious and has memory. In the milieu of widely varying internal physiological mechanisms and external stimuli, an alternative theory to preprogrammed directionalism is proposed by three mechanisms namely developmental variation and selection, experiential selections and reentrant signalling. Reentrant signalling reorients and correlates the external inputs leading to psychic development preceding the development of consciousness. The cholinergic and aminergic neuro-modelling systems are well suited to serve as value systems. The main achievement of consciousness is to bring together the many categorizations involved in perceptions into a SCENE. Another part of evolution involved capacity of reentrant signalling to be guided by a value system where it is provided with a lot of choices. With 10(13) neurons and 10(16) connections, freedom of choice may manifest into a 'Buddha' or a 'Hitler'. As part of the evolutionary process, it was interesting how capacity to categorize the need to worship by referring to environment outside evolved into a search within our minds. As the next stage of evolution, neuroscience may, thus, serve as the next gateway to understanding the mind and soul.  (+info)

(3/271) Neuroendocrine and psychophysiologic responses in PTSD: a symptom provocation study.

Biological research on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has focused on autonomic, sympatho-adrenal, and hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis systems. Interactions among these response modalities have not been well studied and may be illuminating. We examined subjective, autonomic, adrenergic, and HPA axis responses in a trauma-cue paradigm and explored the hypothesis that the ability of linked stress-response systems to mount integrated responses to environmental threat would produce strong correlations across systems. Seventeen veterans with PTSD, 11 veteran controls without PTSD, and 14 nonveteran controls were exposed to white noise and combat sounds on separate days. Subjective distress, heart rate, skin conductance, plasma catecholamines, ACTH, and cortisol, at baseline and in response to the auditory stimuli, were analyzed for group differences and for patterns of interrelationships. PTSD patients exhibited higher skin conductance, heart rate, plasma cortisol, and catecholamines at baseline, and exaggerated responses to combat sounds in skin conductance, heart rate, plasma epinephrine, and norepinephrine, but not ACTH. The control groups did not differ on any measure. In canonical correlation analyses, no significant correlations were found between response systems. Thus, PTSD patients showed heightened responsivity to trauma-related cues in some, but not all, response modalities. The data did not support the integrated, multisystem stress response in PTSD that had been hypothesized. Individual response differences or differing pathophysiological processes may determine which neurobiological system is affected in any given patient.  (+info)

(4/271) Psychosocial aspects of the functional gastrointestinal disorders.

The functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGID) are the most frequent conditions seen in gastroenterology practice and comprise a major portion of primary care. Psychosocial factors are important in these disorders with regard to: (1) their effects on gut physiology; (2) their modulation of the symptom experience; (3) their influence on illness behavior; (4) their impact on outcome; and (5) the choice of the therapeutic approach. This paper provides a review and consensus of the existing literature by gastroenterologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, physiologists, and health services investigators. Evidence is provided to support the biopsychosocial model as a basis for understanding and treating these disorders, and epidemiological and clinical information on the relations of psychosocial factors to gut physiology, symptom presentation, health behavior, and outcome is offered. Features of motility, personality, abuse history, health concerns, and treatment-seeking differ between patients with FGID and healthy controls, but they are not specific to FGID. They occur in other patients with chronic medical conditions and/or psychiatric disorders. Review of treatment trials indicates clear support for psychotherapeutic treatments, especially in the long term, as well as some evidence for the benefit of antidepressants in FGID, even in the absence of improvements in mood.  (+info)

(5/271) Individual differences in physiological responses and type A behavior pattern.

The relationships between individual differences in psychophysiological responses and tendency of Type A behavior pattern (TABP) were investigated during mental arithmetic (MA) at a steady rhythm, challenging calculation (Uchida-Kraepelin serial addition test: UK test), music listening, and exposure to an 80 dB SPL of white noise. Each mental task was sustained for 5 minutes. Sixteen healthy Japanese adults, (10 males and 6 females) with an age from 18 to 36 years old volunteered for this study. The KG's Daily Life Questionnaire (KG Questionnaire) was used to investigate the tendency toward TABP, which included three sub-factors: aggression-hostility, hard-driving and time urgency, and speed-power items. Recorded physiological variables were respiratory rate (RR), skin resistance response (SRR), eyeblinks, and heart rate (HR) calculated using frequency analysis to render high frequency power (HF) and the ratio of low/high frequencies (L/H ratio). During the MA and UK tests, significant increases in HR, L/H ratio, RR occurred, while significant decreases in HF were observed. Eyeblinks significantly increased during the MA test and significantly decreased during the UK test. During music and white noise, no significant changes occurred except for SRR, which decreased significantly. The coefficient of variances in each response was over 20% for almost all variables, indicating that individual differences in the magnitude of each response were large, even if the direction (increase or decrease) of the change was the same in almost all subjects. The highest correlation coefficients (r) between the mean values of relative magnitude for each variable and TABP scores during the MA and UK tests were obtained for the L/H ratio (MA: r = 0.591, UK test: r = 0.577) and the RR (MA: r = -0.576, UK test: r = -0.511). These values were statistically significant (p < 0.05). Similar results were obtained for TABP sub-factors. Though other investigations have reported relationships between HF and TABP, we found no significant relationship. It was suggested that sympathetic nerve activity became greater for TABP individuals than for Type B individuals under stress conditions.  (+info)

(6/271) The challenge of non-invasive cognitive physiology of the human brain: how to negotiate the irrelevant background noise without spoiling the recorded data through electronic averaging.

Brain mechanisms involved in selective attention in humans can be studied by measures of regional blood flow and metabolism (by positron emission tomography) which help identify the various locations with enhanced activities over a period of time of seconds. The physiological measures provided by scalp-recorded brain electrical potentials have a better resolution (milliseconds) and can reveal the actual sequences of distinct neural events and their precise timing. We studied selective attention to sensory inputs from fingers because the brain somatic representations are deployed over the brain convexity under the scalp thereby making it possible to assess distinct stages of cortical processing and representation through their characteristic scalp topographies. In the electrical response to a finger input attended by the subject, the well-known P300 manifests a widespread inhibitory mechanism which is released after a target stimulus has been identified. P300 is preceded by distinct cognitive electrogeneses such as P40, P100 and N140 which can be differentiated from the control (obligatory) profile by superimposition or electronic subtraction. The first cortical response N20 is stable across conditions, suggesting that the first afferent thalamocortical volley is not affected by selective attention. At the next stage of modality-specific cortex in which the sensory features are processed and represented, responses were enhanced (cognitive P40) only a very few milliseconds after arrival of the afferent volley at the cortex, thus documenting a remarkable precocity of attention gain control in the somatic modality. The physiology of selective attention also provides useful cues in relation to non-target inputs which the subject must differentiate in order to perform the task. When having to tell fingers apart, the brain strategy for non-target fingers is not to inhibit or filter them out, but rather to submit their input to several processing operations that are actually enhanced when the discrimination from targets becomes more difficult. While resolving a number of such issues, averaged data cannot disclose the flexibility of brain mechanisms nor the detailed features of cognitive electrogeneses because response variations along time have been ironed out by the bulk treatment. We attempted to address the remarkable versatility of humans in dealing with their sensory environment under ecological conditions by studying single non-averaged responses. We identified distinct cognitive P40, P100, N140 and P300 electrogeneses in spite of the noise by numerically assessing their characteristic scalp topography signatures. Single-trial data suggest reconsiderations of current psychophysiological issues. The study of non-averaged responses can clarify issues raised by averaging studies as illustrated by our recent study of cognitive brain potentials for finger stimuli which remain outside the subject's awareness. This has to do with the physiological basis of the 'cognitive unconscious', that is, current mental processes lying on the fringe or outside of phenomenal awareness and voluntary control, but which can influence ongoing behaviour. Averaged data suggest that, in selective auditory attention, the subject may not notice mild concomitant finger inputs. The study of non-averaged responses documents the optional and independent occurrence of the cognitive P40, P100 and N140 (but not P300) electrogeneses while the finger inputs remain outside phenomenal awareness. These results suggest that the subject unconsciously assigns limited cognitive resources to distinct somatic cortical areas thereby submitting finger inputs to an intermittent curtailed surveillance which can remain on the fringe or outside consciousness. The study of cognitive electrogeneses in single non-averaged responses is making possible a neurophysiology of cognition in real time.  (+info)

(7/271) Motion contrast: a new metric for direction discrimination.

The Adelson-Bergen energy model (Adelson, E. H., & Bergen, J. R. (1985). Spatiotemporal energy models for the perception of motion. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 2, 284-299) is a standard framework for understanding first-order motion processing. The opponent energy for a given input is calculated by subtracting one directional energy measure (EL) from its opposite (ER), and its sign indicates the direction of motion of the input. Our observers viewed a dynamic sequence of gratings (1 c/deg) equivalent to the sum of two gratings moving in opposite directions with different contrasts. The ratio of contrasts was varied across trials. We found that opponent energy was a very poor predictor of direction discrimination performance. Heeger (1992). Normalization of cell responses in cat striate cortex. Visual Neuroscience, 9, 181-197) has suggested that divisive inhibition amongst striate cells requires a contrast gain control in the energy model. A new metric can be formulated in the spirit of Heeger's model by normalising the opponent energy (EL - ER) with flicker energy, the sum of the directional motion energies (EL + ER). This new measure, motion contrast (EL - ER)/(EL + ER), was found to be a good predictor of direction discrimination performance over a wide range of contrast levels, but opponent energy was not. Discrimination thresholds expressed as motion contrast were around 0.5 +/- 0.1 for the sampled drifting gratings used in our experiments. We show that the dependence on motion contrast, and the threshold of about 0.5, can be predicted by a modified opponent energy model based on current knowledge of the response functions and response variance of cortical cells.  (+info)

(8/271) Marijuana smoking and reduced pressure in human eyes: drug action or epiphenomenon?

Normal pressure within the human eye was reduced after smoking a socially relevant dose of marijuana (12 mg. delta9-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), but only for light to moderate users who experienced a substantial "high" and a state of peaceful relaxation from the experimental dose. Analysis suggests an indirect effect of the drug associated with relaxation-a psychophysiologic state that can be produced by drug and nondrug means.  (+info)


What does this mean?????????????


Mr. Bagrunov sees links between voice and success in practically all walks of human life. For example, he maintains that vibrations which are generated when we use our voices properly provide therapeutic effect. Long lives of numerous outstanding singers testify for that. A prominent professional opera singer Sergey Lemeshev had only one lung but he lived for 76 years. In modern psychophysiology it was shown experimentally that in the course of singing a human organism generates endorfins - efficient stimulating substances which produce favorable influence on all systems of the organism.

does that mean singers have longer lives? is that true?
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I dont think they're talking about longetivity specifically, but general overall success , (including well-being.)
I was born with a cleft palate, and that gave me problems communicating with people, so I know first hand, that people with bad voices take a long, long time to find happiness 
Hope This helps!


Psychophysiological research ideas?


Hi there,

I need to come up with a Psychophysiology research proposal (based on literature). This is just a proposal for an assignment - can be with any subjects, on any research topic using psychophys methodology - the study won't actually be carried out.

I'm thinking about doing something to measure the ANS responses of kids with conduct disorder/behavioural disorders - it's theorised that these kids have disorganised or reduced physiological responses to the distress of others etc (i.e. reduced empathy).

My question is - this has already been done once or twice. Can anyone think of a more original study worth doing?
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Sorry, I can't think of anything.