Automatic, mechanical, and apparently undirected behavior which is outside of conscious control.
A parasomnia characterized by a partial arousal that occurs during stage IV of non-REM sleep. Affected individuals exhibit semipurposeful behaviors such as ambulation and are difficult to fully awaken. Children are primarily affected, with a peak age range of 4-6 years.
A localization-related (focal) form of epilepsy characterized by recurrent seizures that arise from foci within the temporal lobe, most commonly from its mesial aspect. A wide variety of psychic phenomena may be associated, including illusions, hallucinations, dyscognitive states, and affective experiences. The majority of complex partial seizures (see EPILEPSY, COMPLEX PARTIAL) originate from the temporal lobes. Temporal lobe seizures may be classified by etiology as cryptogenic, familial, or symptomatic (i.e., related to an identified disease process or lesion). (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p321)
A disorder characterized by recurrent partial seizures marked by impairment of cognition. During the seizure the individual may experience a wide variety of psychic phenomenon including formed hallucinations, illusions, deja vu, intense emotional feelings, confusion, and spatial disorientation. Focal motor activity, sensory alterations and AUTOMATISM may also occur. Complex partial seizures often originate from foci in one or both temporal lobes. The etiology may be idiopathic (cryptogenic partial complex epilepsy) or occur as a secondary manifestation of a focal cortical lesion (symptomatic partial complex epilepsy). (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, pp317-8)
The storing or preserving of video signals for television to be played back later via a transmitter or receiver. Recordings may be made on magnetic tape or discs (VIDEODISC RECORDING).
Recording of electric currents developed in the brain by means of electrodes applied to the scalp, to the surface of the brain, or placed within the substance of the brain.
A legal concept that an accused is not criminally responsible if, at the time of committing the act, the person was laboring under such a defect of reason from disease of the mind as not to know the nature and quality of the act done or if the act was known, to not have known that what was done was wrong. (From Black's Law Dictionary, 6th ed)
A branch of law that defines criminal offenses, regulates the apprehension, charging and trial of suspected persons, and fixes the penalties and modes of treatment applicable to convicted offenders.
Psychiatry in its legal aspects. This includes criminology, penology, commitment of mentally ill, the psychiatrist's role in compensation cases, the problems of releasing information to the court, and of expert testimony.
The ability to understand the nature and effect of the act in which the individual is engaged. (From Black's Law Dictionary, 6th ed).
Time period from 1801 through 1900 of the common era.
The state wherein the person is well adjusted.
Psychiatric illness or diseases manifested by breakdowns in the adaptational process expressed primarily as abnormalities of thought, feeling, and behavior producing either distress or impairment of function.
Conditions characterized by a significant discrepancy between an individual's perceived level of intellect and their ability to acquire new language and other cognitive skills. These disorders may result from organic or psychological conditions. Relatively common subtypes include DYSLEXIA, DYSCALCULIA, and DYSGRAPHIA.
Organized services to provide mental health care.
Persons diagnosed as having significantly lower than average intelligence and considerable problems in adapting to everyday life or lacking independence in regard to activities of daily living.
The level of health of the individual, group, or population as subjectively assessed by the individual or by more objective measures.
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The automated will: nonconscious activation and pursuit of behavioral goals. (1/49)

It is proposed that goals can be activated outside of awareness and then operate nonconsciously to guide self-regulation effectively (J. A. Bargh, 1990). Five experiments are reported in which the goal either to perform well or to cooperate was activated, without the awareness of participants, through a priming manipulation. In Experiment 1 priming of the goal to perform well caused participants to perform comparatively better on an intellectual task. In Experiment 2 priming of the goal to cooperate caused participants to replenish a commonly held resource more readily. Experiment 3 used a dissociation paradigm to rule out perceptual-construal alternative explanations. Experiments 4 and 5 demonstrated that action guided by nonconsciously activated goals manifests two classic content-free features of the pursuit of consciously held goals. Nonconsciously activated goals effectively guide action, enabling adaptation to ongoing situational demands.  (+info)

Varying response effort in the treatment of pica maintained by automatic reinforcement. (2/49)

Pica is a life-threatening behavior displayed by many individuals with developmental disabilities. In the current study, automatic reinforcement maintained the pica of 3 participants. Following functional analyses of pica, response-effort manipulations were conducted in which the effort to obtain pica or alternative items was varied systematically. Several general relations emerged as a result of the study. First, levels of pica were reduced relative to baseline when alternative items were available independent of the effort required to obtain alternative items or pica. Second, increasing the effort for alternative items resulted in increases in pica relative to when effort for alternative items was low. Third, increasing response effort for pica produced reductions in pica relative to baseline when alternative items were unavailable. Fourth, the highest levels of pica occurred when the effort to engage in pica was low or medium and no alternative items were available. These findings are discussed in terms of the relative effects of quality of reinforcement and response effort on behavior.  (+info)

Disturbance of motivated behavior in rats by epileptic afterdischarges. (3/49)

Nearly all epileptic seizures in patients are characterized by deranged consciousness. We started to study changes in motivated behavior (drinking in thirsty rats) as a possible analogue of compromised consciousness during and after epileptic seizures. Epileptic afterdischarges (ADs) were elicited by stimulation of the dorsal hippocampus and/or thalamus. Rats with implanted electrodes (deprived of water for 24 hours) were trained to lick water from a narrow tube. After pretraining ADs were elicited eight times in each animal and access to water was allowed during different phases of the AD. Stimulation did not affect licking if no AD was induced. If stimulation was successful, licking was stopped in nearly 70 % of stimulations and modified (biting the tube) in 30 %. Hippocampal ADs (characterized by serrated waves in the EEG and by an arrest of behavior with subsequent automatisms) completely blocked licking, signs of recovery appeared during the interval between the AD and recurrent AD and it progressed during recurrent ADs. Thalamic ADs abolished licking in 82% of cases and immediately after ADs normal licking reappeared in 49 % of these observations. Our results suggest that changes in motivated behavior might serve as an analogue of compromised human consciousness.  (+info)

Automatisms with preserved responsiveness and ictal aphasia: contradictory lateralising signs during a dominant temporal lobe seizure. (4/49)

The 25-year-old right-handed woman suffering from temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) was referred to our centre for presurgical evaluation. MRI showed a right-sided hippocampal sclerosis. During video-EEG-recorded seizures, abdominal aura was followed by oral automatisms, during which she was completely reactive to external stimuli, although she was unable to speak. Ictal EEG showed right temporal seizure pattern, without contralateral propagation. She had abnormal speech postictally. Speech-activated functional transcranial Doppler sonography revealed right-sided speech dominance. She has become seizure free after a right-sided amygdalo-hippocampectomy. In our patient, contradictory clinical ictal lateralising signs (automatisms with preserved responsiveness vs. ictal and postictal dysphasia) occurred during right-, speech-dominant-sided seizures. This is the first report when automatisms with preserved consciousness occurred during a seizure originating and involving the speech-dominant hemisphere.  (+info)

Lateralising value of ictal features in partial seizures: effect on postsurgical outcome. (5/49)

We reviewed the videotapes of 49 consecutive patients with a history of medically refractory temporal lobe epilepsy for the presence and laterality of unilateral hand posturing (UHP), unilateral hand automatism (UHA), non-forced head turning (HT), and post-ictal dysphasia (PID). All of these patients underwent temporal resections with follow-up for more than 2 years after the surgery. We examined the correlation of consistency, frequency, and laterality of each of these signs on the postsurgical outcomes. The distribution of these signs was not significantly different between patients with Engel class 1 versus Engel class 2-4. The consistency and laterality of these signs do not correlate with postsurgical outcomes.  (+info)

Some observations on cardiac automatism in certain animals. (6/49)

Certain aspects of the acetylcholine hypothesis of cardiac automaticity have been tested in vitro with spontaneously beating cardiac tissue from rabbits, rats, dams, and hagfish. The beat of atria from rabbits and rats may be depressed or excited by acetylcholine, depending upon the state of the tissue. Proguanil and cocaine inhibition of the beat in the rat may be antagonized by acetylcholine so that reversal of the depression occurs. The action of acetylcholine on the hearts of clams was found to be strictly inhibitory. Proguanil and cocaine, in contrast to their action on mammalian atria, exert a stimulatory effect on the heart of the molluscs studied. In fact, cocaine stimulated these hearts when they were inhibited by acetylcholine. Studies on the non-innervated hagfish heart revealed that this tissue is completely insensitive to the action of acetylcholine. Extracts prepared from beating hearts of this species will accelerate hypodynamic hearts of the hagfish as well as of the mussel. An extract of the neurogenic lobster heart was without effect on the hagfish heart. Proguanil was likewise ineffective in concentrations which produced inhibition and excitation in rat and clam hearts respectively. It was concluded that acetylcholine does not play a role in the myogenic automatism of all species, and that another mechanism is responsible is suggested on the basis of results obtained in the hagfish hearts.  (+info)

AUTOMATISM. (7/49)

Individuals can carry out complex activity while in a state of impaired consciousness, a condition termed "automatism". Consciousness must be considered from both an organic and a psychological aspect, because impairment of consciousness may occur in both ways. Automatism may be classified as normal (hypnosis), organic (temporal lobe epilepsy), psychogenic (dissociative fugue) or feigned. Often painstaking clinical investigation is necessary to clarify the diagnosis. There is legal precedent for assuming that all crimes must embody both consciousness and will. Jurists are loath to apply this principle without reservation, as this would necessitate acquittal and release of potentially dangerous individuals. However, with the sole exception of the defence of insanity, there is at present no legislation to prohibit release without further investigation of anyone acquitted of a crime on the grounds of "automatism".  (+info)

How self-initiated memorized movements become automatic: a functional MRI study. (8/49)

We used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and dual tasks to investigate the physiology of how movements become automatic. Normal subjects were asked to practice some self-initiated, self-paced, memorized sequential finger movements with different complexity until they could perform the tasks automatically. Automaticity was evaluated by having subjects perform a secondary task simultaneously with the sequential movements. Our secondary task was a letter-counting task where subjects were asked to identify the number of times a target letter from the letter sequences was seen. Only the performances that achieved high accuracy in both single and dual tasks were considered automatic. The fMRI results before and after automaticity was achieved were compared. Our data showed that for both conditions, sequential movements activated similar brain regions. No additional activity was observed in the automatic condition. There was less activity in bilateral cerebellum, presupplementary motor area, cingulate cortex, left caudate nucleus, premotor cortex, parietal cortex, and prefrontal cortex during the automatic stage. These findings suggest that most of the motor network participates in executing automatic movements and that it becomes more efficient as movements become more automatic. Our results do not provide evidence for any area to become more activated for automatic movements.  (+info)

This chapter focuses on the substantive law of insanity and automatism. It suggests that, when a loose, broad, and partially moralized notion of incapacity - defined largely by extra-legal norms - pertained as a basis for exculpation, claims falling across the bounds of insanity and automatism were accommodated within an informal insanity doctrine and under a flexible criminal process. However, gradually, as mental incapacity came to be the subject of expert medical knowledge - a change that took place as much beyond as within criminal law - this broad notion of incapacity ossified into a narrower notion of disability, ushering in a more circumscribed approach to insanity. It was in this context that a discrete automatism doctrine appeared in the second half of the twentieth century.
In Canada in 1971, the automatism defense was extended to include automatism induced by psychological trauma, a state of dissociation also referred to as psychological blow automatism. The first Supreme Court case dealing with psychological blow automatism was R. v. Rabey,122 in which a 20-year-old University of Toronto student, infatuated with a female student, had learned that she thought of him as a nothing. The next day, he met the woman by chance, hit her on the head with a rock he had obtained from the geology lab, and tried to strangle her. He had amnesia for the event, and afterward was extremely confused, dazed, and emotionally distraught. The trial judge put the issue of non-insane automatism to the jury, which acquitted. On appeal, it was determined that the trial judge erred in his finding of non-insane automatism, and a new trial was ordered. The Court made the distinction between internal and external causes of automatism, based on theories that suggest that a condition stemming ...
Non insane automatism is when an act is done by a person who does not know what he is doing and has no control over what he is doing- BRATTY v AG for NI. Hill v Baxter is a typical case of automatism as D had no control over what he was doing whilst being attacked by bees whilst driving.. It was said that an exceptional amount of stress can lead to an automatic state- R v T. ...
This training unit allow to cover a number of themes specially in automatism electrotechnics and maintenance of the automated systems.
The structure particularly sensitive to stimulation by repeated stressful experiences is the amygdaloid nuclei [36], where the phenomenon of kindling takes place. Kindling is a process of repeated intermittent stimulation that induces a growing alteration of neuronal excitability and results in increased neuronal reactivity to stimuli and seizures. The above changes have significant impacts on behavior. Some studies have revealed that early stress alters the structure and reduces the density of GABA-A receptors in the amygdala and hippocampi, which impairs the inhibition of neuronal excitability. These abnormalities may lead to temporal and limbic seizure-like activity associated with anxiety, irritability and seizure susceptibility. Other studies on the impact of childhood trauma revealed a seizure-like psychomotor phenomenon in the absence of seizures, described as limbic irritability symptoms, including perceptual distortions, brief hallucinatory events, motor automatism, dissociative ...
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sur·re·al·ism [suh-ree-uh-liz-uh m] noun; a style of art and literature developed principally in the 20th century, stressing the subconscious or nonrational significance of imagery arrived at by automatism or the exploitation of chance effects, unexpected juxtapositions, etc ...
1 Bioingeniería Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos COMPUTER SIMULATION OF CARDIAC MECHANICS Armando Pacher MD, Roberto Lombardo MD Facultad de Ingeniería - Bioingeniería Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos - Paraná, Entre Ríos, Argentina Armando Pacher MD, Roberto Lombardo MD Facultad de Ingeniería - Bioingeniería Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos - Paraná, Entre Ríos, Argentina CONCLUSIONS: A pedagogical tool was obtained to teach the cardiac mechanics. In addition, programs showing their results in real time, and simultaneously by loops of pressure/volume, loops of stress/volume, and curves of pressure, fluxes, volumes, and instant stress, along the cardiac cycle, were not detected. AIM: To design and to develop a computer simulation of the cardiovascular system behavior in order to be applied in teaching cardiac mechanics. METHODS: Automatism and conduction; cardiac chambers and valves; systemic arterial, capillary, and venous, coronary and pulmonary territories, and systemic ...
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Gast, A. (2014). What is learned, and when? Commentary on The Musical Stroop Effect: Opening a new avenue to research on automatisms by L. Grégoire, D. Perruchet, and B. Poulin-Charronnat (Experimental Psychology, 2013, Vol. 60, pp. 269-278). Experimental Psychology, 61, 71-74. doi:10.1027/1618-3169/a000206 ...
As you know Im experimenting with OCaml lately. A few days ago (yesterday?) Ive solved a simple problem from TopCoder. Very roughly the statement was: you are given a suface and some recatangle masks cover it. Return an ordered set of areas of the remaning holes. The solution is not interesting. What is interesting is that Ive implemented it in both C++ and OCaml. By byte count the OCaml solution was roughly 45% the size of the C++ one. After compression (with bzip2) it was about 67% of the C++ solution. Sounds cool. Anyway, I still spend much more time starring at the monitor when writting in OCaml. The automatisms are not there yet. Also, my knowdgedge of the library is, to say at least, shaky ...
Mere numbers cannot bring out the intimate essence of the experiment. This conviction comes naturally when one watches a subject at work. What things can happen! What reflections, what remarks, what feelings, or, on the other hand, what blind automatism, what absence of ideas! The experimenter judges what may be going on in [the subject s] mind, and certainly feels difficulty in expressing all the oscillations of a thought in a simple, brutal number, which can have only a deceptive precision. How, in fact, could it sum up what would need several pages of description ...
I have an Excel sheet that I use as a mailing automatism for reports. As it currently is it attaches an actual copy of the excel workbook to the email and send them out. The mailer contains several different people, and they get different report each day. Due to the size of some of the files, I am starting to run into an issue where I cannot sent the emails anymore because they are too big, so I am wanting to switch to sending links to the files instead, and I have hit a wall ...
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No5s Crime Barrister Ramya Nagesh will be releasing her new book A Practical Guide to Insane and Non-Insane Automatism in the Criminal Law later this year
The RPU initiated a sprayer activation because the surface temperature is within the user specified temperature range or is less than freezing and freezing rain is occurring. Moisture must also be present on the pavement. A negative value can be specified to delay the automatic activation of the sprayer. This status will only occur when the user specified average wind speed threshold has not been exceeded, the current surface temperature falls within the user defined operating surface temperature range, the user defined precipitation condition hold off time has expired, and the automatic precipitation activation option has been enabled ...
The RPU initiated a sprayer activation because the surface temperature is within the user specified temperature range or is less than freezing and freezing rain is occurring. Moisture must also be present on the pavement. A negative value can be specified to delay the automatic activation of the sprayer. This status will only occur when the user specified average wind speed threshold has not been exceeded, the current surface temperature falls within the user defined operating surface temperature range, the user defined precipitation condition hold off time has expired, and the automatic precipitation activation option has been enabled ...
What does it mean to be more aware and how will an Intensive be helpful?. Letss consider an analogue: Your inner realm is like water in the lake - when stirred, nothing is visible. But when the water becomes calm, everything becomes crystal clear. When its calm inside, everything will be clear and easy. Work. Relationships. Goals.. During the intensive we do not aim to calm the waters. Instead, we target the elements that constantly stir it:. 1) The emotions - their automatic activation. I can claim that contrary to regular conviction, this IS NOT the essence of your life. More so, this automaticism is not your teacher nor the lesson to be learned. And, it is not your way to lasting happiness, even the most positive reactions. At best can it be a series of pleasant sufferings. If this sounds like intriguing - lets talk a bit!. 2) Your mental division. Not really the fastest, brightest or most contemporary tool. I think, therefore I am is COMPLETELY wrong. Mentality relies on memory to ...
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Smart kitchen hoods are being researched and developed in partnership with Broan, the largest U.S. manufacturer of kitchen ranges. The benefits of a Broan range hood include its automatic activation when common kitchen pollutants are detected. This would tackle the problem of homeowners not utilizing this important appliance.
Recent research suggests that perceiving negative emotion-eliciting scenes approaching intensifies the associated felt emotion, while perceiving emotion-eliciting scenes receding weakens the associated felt emotion (Muhlberger, Neumann, Wieser, & Pauli, 2008). In the present studies, we sought t …
When printing via network with Windows, the most usual case is for the client system to run a driver for the printer which converts the original data (plain text, Microsoft Office documents, or other proprietary formats) into printer-specific format and then send the converted data via network to a printer share on a Windows print server via the SMB protocol. The print server then sends the printer-specific data to the printer. Usually the Windows print server does only the spooling (plain data buffering and transfer to the printer device). The filtering (conversion into printer-specific format) is done on the client system, so printer drivers must be installed on the client systems. When printers are added or replaced, users must install the matching drivers on their laptops or workstations before they can print. Or an automatism installs drivers automatically from a Windows print server on the client systems - provided the users of the client systems like it when an automatism installs ...
The term working memory refers specifically to the persistence of concepts in the conscious integrating space. It is the most sophisticated level of mental tasks, which retro-controls the structure of all its contents. When one of these contents, a specific mental function, works correctly, the intervention of the conscious retro-control is not necessary. We can thus let our gestural automatisms manage on their own, most of the time, and this frees consciousness for other tasks. Working memory is of little importance when a habit is placed at the controls of our behavior. On the other hand, it becomes essential when the conscious retro-control must use several simultaneous criteria to reprogram its underlying structure. Simple example: remembering a phone number. If our working memory is empty after 3 digits, the engraving of the complete number will be difficult. In reality, however, it does not stop so abruptly. It is the excitable trace of the activity of recently used neural networks. Our ...
Childhood absence epilepsy (CAE), also known as pyknolepsy, is an idiopathic generalized epilepsy which occurs in otherwise normal children. The age of onset is between 4-10 years with peak age between 5-7 years. Children have absence seizures which although brief (~4-20 seconds), they occur frequently, sometimes in the hundreds per day. The absence seizures of CAE involve abrupt and severe impairment of consciousness. Mild automatisms are frequent, but major motor involvement early in the course excludes this diagnosis. The EEG demonstrates characteristic typical 3Hz spike-wave discharges. Prognosis is excellent in well-defined cases of CAE with most patients growing out of their epilepsy. (Video of Absence Seizure) CAE is a complex polygenic disorder. Particularly in the Han Chinese population there is association between mutations in CACNA1H and CAE. These mutations cause increased channel activity and associated increased neuronal excitability. Seizures are believed to originate in the ...
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Levodopa (L-dopa) effects on the cardinal and axial symptoms of Parkinsons disease (PD) differ greatly, leading to therapeutic challenges for managing the disabilities in this patients population. In this context, we studied the cerebral networks associated with the production of a unilateral hand movement, speech production, and a task combining both tasks in 12 individuals with PD, both off and on levodopa (L-dopa). Unilateral hand movements in the off medication state elicited brain activations in motor regions (primary motor cortex, supplementary motor area, premotor cortex, cerebellum), as well as additional areas (anterior cingulate, putamen, associative parietal areas); following L-dopa administration, the brain activation profile was globally reduced, highlighting activations in the parietal and posterior cingulate cortices. For the speech production task, brain activation patterns were similar with and without medication, including the orofacial primary motor cortex (M1), the primary
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Dada and Surrealism are among the most significant movements of our time. They challenged tradition, introducing innovative materials and artistic strategies that would change the vocabulary of art, and created an enduring legacy.. Thanks to generous gifts from donors and artists, the Israel Museum has built an impressive holding of Dada and Surrealist art. The collection comprises paintings, readymades, photographs, and works in the wide variety of mediums these groundbreaking movements employed, as well as an extensive library of documentary materials.. Surrealism and Beyond explores the key preoccupations of these movements: marvelous juxtapositions, automatism and its aftermath, biomorphism and metamorphosis, dreamscapes, and desire. Reflecting the conviction that Dada and Surrealism were universal spiritual and ideological movements, the exhibition also integrates later works inspired by these movements principles.. Spurred by the devastation of World War I, Dada emerged in 1916 in ...
The art worlds attention was dominated from the mid 1920s through the 30s by Surrealism- the movement in all the arts largely inspired by the tools and ideas of Sigmund Freuds psychoanalysis.. Andre Breton, the poet pope of the movement, gave at half serious dictionary style definition in his 1924 Surrealist Manifesto: Surrealism. Noun, Masculine. Pure psychic automatism, by which one intends to express verbally, in writing or by any other method, the real functioning of the mind.Dictation by thought, in the absence of any control exercised by reason, and beyond any esthetic or moral preoccupation. While Freud attempted to restore his patients to reason, the Surrealists reveled in the word of id, where new sources of beauty and mystery were felt to lie. The indexical nature or the truth value of a photograph made it, paradoxically, a key medium for the Surrealists. Breton and artists such as Dali ( who called his canvashand-painted dream photographs) selected documentary photographs and ...
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All thought is inherently spatial, representing objects at a distance in space: Spatiality is the basic character of all thought (ST, p. 119). According to Yorck, thought or cognition may abstract from particular characters of space, such as direction and place, but it cannot do without the projective opening of spatiality as such (ST, p. 100). And Yorck suggests that it is the inherent spatiality in all thought which, within the intellectualist tradition of the West, has rendered space an unsurpassable metaphysical reality, or transcendental condition of reality as such (ST, p. 100). Since thought or cognition is an achievement of life in abstraction from temporality and feeling, space itself appears as eternal, neutral exteriority.. Yorck emphasizes that cognition of objects in space amounts to an act of liberation, because what has been placed at a psychological distance in the realm of an eternal, and neutral objectivity has lost its power over the representing subject, has ...
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What is Temporal lobe seizure: A temporal lobe seizure primarily involves the temporal lobes of the brain, which extend from the temples to just past the ears.
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Consider wearing a medical alert bracelet to help emergency medical personnel. The bracelet should state whom to contact in an emergency, what medications you use and your medication allergies.. Even after theyre under control, seizures can affect your life. Temporal lobe seizures may present even more of a coping challenge because people may not recognize the unusual behavior as a seizure. Children may get teased or be embarrassed by their condition, and living with the constant threat of another seizure may frustrate children and adults.. You may find it helpful to talk with others in similar situations. Besides offering support, they may have advice or tips for coping you havent thought of.. The Epilepsy Foundation has a network of support groups, as well as online forums for teens and adults who have seizures and for parents of children who have seizures. You can reach the foundation at 800-332-1000 or visit the foundation website. You can also ask your doctor if he or she knows of any ...
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It is most common when the subject has had under 10 hours sleep within a 36-hour period.[citation needed] Automatism (law) ... Gunn, John; Fenton, George (1971). "Epilepsy, Automatism, and Crime". The Lancet. 297 (7710): 1173-6. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(71 ... ISBN 978-0-89859-093-7. Solomons, Leon M.; Stein, Gertrude (1896). "Normal Motor Automatism". Psychological Review. 3 (5): 492- ... Schopp, Robert F. (1991). Automatism, Insanity, and the Psychology of Criminal Responsibility: A Philosophical Inquiry. ...
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Decina, at 139 Decina, at 141 Blair, Medicolegal Aspects of Automatism, qtd. in McClain v. State, 678 N.E.2d 104, 106 (Ind. ... "Automatism and Criminal Responsibility". Crim. L.Q. 25: 106. If X, during a grand mal seizure, by a reflex action kicks out and ... automatism may be a defense distinct from insanity or a species of it. While the general scientific consensus is that hypnosis ... the jury are left in real doubt whether or not the accused acted in a state of automatism...they should acquit because the ...
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He divided mental automatisms into three types: associative, motor and sensitive. He considered the mental automatism to be the ... automatism", proposing that the mechanism of mental automatism could be blamed for hallucinatory experiences. ... "Mental automatisms. A conceptual journey into psychosis". Translation and commentaries [by Paul Hriso] on the works of Gaëtan ... Clérambault is also credited with describing and cataloguing individual automatisms - there are considered to be around eighty ...
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Accessed 31 October 2014]. Automatism legal definition of Automatism. 2014. Automatism legal definition of Automatism. ... Automatism can be practised on a victim in varying degrees. In more pronounced cases, the victim is entirely unaware of what he ... Automatism is the best defense that excludes the responsibility of the crime committed by negating acts reus. In Hill v Baxter ... Automatism has precisely been defined as,"An involuntary act such as sleepwalking that has been performed in a state of ...
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Prince, M. (1885). The Nature of Mind and Human Automatism. Philadelphia, Lippincott. Prince, M. (1906). The Dissociation of a ...
James made note of various aspects of automatism and the apparent multiple personalities ("two selves") of patients variously ... Cite journal requires ,journal= (help) Janet, Pierre (1899). De l'Automatisme Psychologique [Of Psychological Automatism] (in ... built upon what Janet in Psychological Automatism called "simultaneous psychological existences". Jung wrote of the debt owed ... JANETIAN STUDIES electronic journal of the Institut Pierre Janet Psychological Automatism: Essay of Experimental Psychology on ...
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Mislin, H (1961). "Experimental detection of autochthonous automatism of lymph vessels. [German]". Experientia. 17: 29-30. doi: ...
Automatisms are quite elaborate and may consist of combinations of the above described movements or may be so simple as to be ... The head may tonically draw to one or another side.[citation needed] Absence with automatisms. Purposeful or quasi-purposeful ...
Automatic behavior, also known as automatism. *Difficulty speaking, slurred speech. *Ataxia, incoordination, sometimes mistaken ...
The true defences include duress, automatism, intoxication, or necessity. There is also a partial defence of provocation, which ... accused establishes on a balance of probabilities he was intoxicated to the point of being in a mental state akin to automatism ...
"Pierre Boulez: Decision and Automatism in Structure Ia." Die Reihe 4 ("Young Composers"): 36-62. (Translated from the original ...
In his defence, Stone pleaded insane automatism, non-insane automatism, lack of intent, and in the alternative, provocation. ... R v Stone, [1999] 2 S.C.R. 290 is a leading Supreme Court of Canada decision on the use of the defence of automatism in a ... The issue on appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada was whether the "defence" of sane automatism should have been left to the ... The judge will then allow the jury to choose which of the two types of automatism is most appropriate. The question is whether ...
"Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism: From Psychic to Plastic Automatism". Isabelle Dervaux, Surrealism USA. New York: ...
The syndrome also known as syndrome of psychic automatism. Kandinsky suffered from many types of pseudohallucinations - visual ...
Lam, Joshua (2016). "Uncanny Compulsions: Automatism, Trauma, and Memory in Of One Blood". Callaloo. 39 (2): 473-492. doi: ...
Her work aligns with surrealism, with some aspects of automatism. Other artists who explore this territory include in Quebec, ...
Automatism may refer to: Automatic behavior, spontaneous verbal or motor behavior Automatism (law), a defense used in criminal ... an art technique Automatism (medicine), repetitive unconscious gestures, such as lip smacking, in certain types of epilepsy ... of writing material that does not come from the conscious thoughts of the writer Surrealist automatism, ... law Automatism (toxicology), when an individual repeatedly takes a medication because the individual forgets previous doses ...
Automatism can be seen variously as lack of voluntariness, lack of culpability (unconsciousness) or excuse (Schopp). Automatism ... Under English law internal causes of automatism are generally judged to be insane automatism and so result in the special ... There are several limitations to the defence of automatism in English law. Prior fault generally excludes automatism. ... Voluntary intoxication is not automatism. Involuntary intoxication can constitute automatism. This was the decision in R. v ...
It was in this context that a discrete automatism doctrine appeared in the second half of the twentieth century. ... claims falling across the bounds of insanity and automatism were accommodated within an informal insanity doctrine and under a ... This chapter focuses on the substantive law of insanity and automatism. It suggests that, when a loose, broad, and partially ... The Persistence of Incapacity: the Requirements of the Doctrine of Automatism. As a discrete doctrine, automatism now occupies ...
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Ictal sexual automatisms such as masturbatory activity, pelvic thrusting, or similar automatisms for which the patient is ... Sexual automatisms in complex partial seizures. Susan S. Spencer, Dennis D. Spencer, Peter D. Williamson, Richard H. Mattson ... Sexual automatisms did not occur in patients with seizures originating in any area other than the frontal lobe. ... Four of these patients manifested sexual automatisms in some or all of their seizures. Frontal lobe seizure origin was ...
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It differs from the defence of insane automatism in that there is no power to detain in a mental hospital neither ... The defence of non-insane automatism, if successfully pleaded, acts as a complete defence absolving the defendant of all ... The essential difference between insane and non-insane automatism is that for insane automatism the defect of reason must be ... If the defendant knowingly puts himself in a position of automatism, then the defence of non-insane automatism will fail. Where ...
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Automatism. Automatism is a common law defence, where the persons consciousness was so impaired that they were acting in a ... There are generally two types of automatism:. *Insane automatism, which is the result of an internal cause or disease of the ... Examples of insane automatism (internal cause or disease of the mind) include epilepsy: Bratty [1963] AC 386; Sullivan [1984] ... Sane or non-insane automatism, which results from causes other than a disease of the mind, namely external factors which led to ...
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AutomatismEdit. Main article: Automatism (law). Automatism is a state where the muscles act without any control by the mind, or ... Diabetes may cause temporary "insanity" R v. Hennessy [1989] 2 All ER 9; though see R v. Quick [1973] and the automatism ...
", "automatism" or any other "-ism" tag).. Early in his discussion of automatism, James (1890) includes some remarks about his ... 4. Historical Note on Automatism and the Term "Epiphenomenalism". James Wards Encyclopedia Britannica (tenth edition, 1902) ... "automatism". This is the term that occurs in his 1874 essay, which bears the title "On the Hypothesis that Animals are Automata ... The earliest occurrence of the term for referring to automatism that I have been able to locate is in William Jamess The ...
but unlike most automatism you will find a very complex realistic shape instead of simple abstract form that you weave into a ... My art is automatism with a twist.. Like automatism it is indeed without intent and also like automatism it does need to be ... Labels: #artbykathymitro, automatism art that differs from all the rest, Automatism Art with discernible images ... studied after completion to interpret it, but unlike most automatism you will find a very complex realistic shape instead of ...
Automatism Definition of automatismAn act is done in a state of automatism if it is done by the body without control by the ...
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Automatism •. automatism: - Surrealist technique for generating form that did not impose style - free association, rather than ... automatism • dripped, poured & spattered pigments across vast expanse of canvas • split-second decision- making and ... rejects Surrealist automatism • instead, systematically disguises a consciously generated subject title: provides multiple ...
Automatism. Purposeless, automatic & involuntary movements during a seizure, such as chewing, lip-smacking, picking at clothing ... An older term for a complex partial seizure with automatisms.. Rasmussens syndrome. A rare disorder with frequent or ... May be accompanied by automatisms, dazed behavior, and/or movements or emotional behavior that seems out of place, unfocused or ...
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See also: Automatism; Case histories; Charcot, Jean Martin; Compulsion; Estrangement; France; Hypnosis; Intellectualization; ... In 1889, Janet defended a thesis in philosophy entitled "Psychological Automatism: An Essay in Experimental Psychology ... In his doctoral thesis in 1889 entitled "LAutomatisme psychologique" (Psychological Automatism), Janet devised an inventory of ... In his doctoral thesis in 1889 entitled "LAutomatisme psychologique" (Psychological Automatism), Janet devised an inventory of ...
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In Hill v Baxter, Kilmuir, LC, articulated the necessity of eliminating automatism, defined as "the existence in any person of ... Blair, Medicolegal Aspects of Automatism, qtd. in McClain v. State, 678 N.E.2d 104, 106 (Ind. 1997) ... Holland, Winnifred H. (1982-1983). "Automatism and Criminal Responsibility". Crim. L.Q. 25: 106. If X, during a grand mal ... the jury are left in real doubt whether or not the accused acted in a state of automatism...they should acquit because the ...
Neurophysiology of locomotor automatism. . Physiol. Rev. 56, 465-501 (1976). **CAS*PubMed*2.. Skinner, R. D. & Garcia-Rill, E. ...
State of mind/capacity: insanity; automatism; intoxication; mistake. *General defences: duress; public and private defence; ...
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The two categories of automatism that will be explored in this post are mental disorder automatism and non-mental disorder.... ... Justice Bastarche defined automatism in R v Stone as "a state of impaired consciousness…in which an individual, though capable ... A Mind for Criminal Law-Automatism, Autoimmune Encephalitis & other Medical Conditions-Natasha Ellis ...
  • Under English law internal causes of automatism are generally judged to be insane automatism and so result in the special verdict ('not guilty by reason of insanity') rather than simple acquittal. (wikipedia.org)
  • This chapter and Chapter 6 cover a part of criminal law that is now traversed by the two exculpatory mental incapacity doctrines of insanity and automatism (also known as insane automatism and non‐insane automatism respectively). (oxfordscholarship.com)
  • The defence of non-insane automatism , if successfully pleaded, acts as a complete defence absolving the defendant of all criminal liability. (e-lawresources.co.uk)
  • It differs from the defence of insane automatism in that there is no power to detain in a mental hospital neither may any other order be made against the defendant. (e-lawresources.co.uk)
  • The defence of non-insane automatism exists where a person commits a crime in circumstances where their actions can be said to be involuntary. (e-lawresources.co.uk)
  • A finding of non-insane automatism may also exist where the defendant is not conscious of their actions due to an external factor often as a result of medication. (e-lawresources.co.uk)
  • The essential difference between insane and non-insane automatism is that for insane automatism the defect of reason must be caused by an internal factor whereas for non-insane automatism the involuntary action must be caused by an external factor. (e-lawresources.co.uk)
  • For the defence of non-insane automatism to succeed, there must exist a complete loss of control. (e-lawresources.co.uk)
  • If the defendant knowingly puts himself in a position of automatism, then the defence of non-insane automatism will fail. (e-lawresources.co.uk)
  • Intoxication generally excludes automatism, even when involuntary. (wikipedia.org)
  • Purpose: To describe the possible mechanism of ictal automatisms with preserved responsiveness (APRs) in a patient with left mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, which had not been reported previously. (elsevier.com)
  • For example, pelvic thrusting and bilateral leg automatisms, like pedaling or bicycling movements, are more common in frontal lobe epilepsy than temporal lobe epilepsy. (verywellhealth.com)
  • Automatisms of the mouth and hands, on the other hand, are more common in temporal lobe epilepsy. (verywellhealth.com)
  • This may be associated with automatisms-purposeless and repetitive movements done without thought. (verywellhealth.com)
  • Ictal sexual automatisms such as masturbatory activity, pelvic thrusting, or similar automatisms for which the patient is amnesic have been attributed to temporal lobe disease. (neurology.org)
  • Electroclinical analysis revealed that the onset of oroalimentary automatisms coincided with the involvement of the left mesial and lateral temporal structures by spreading ictal discharges. (elsevier.com)
  • Automatism means that the defendant was not aware of his or her actions when making the particular movements that constituted the illegal act. (wikipedia.org)
  • May be accompanied by automatisms, dazed behavior, and/or movements or emotional behavior that seems out of place, unfocused or mechanical. (epilepsysandiego.org)
  • Automatisms can also provide clues for determining whether a seizure is occurring on the right or left side of your brain. (verywellhealth.com)
  • For instance, automatisms that occur on one side of your body typically indicate that the seizure began on that same side of your brain. (verywellhealth.com)
  • In epilepsy, automatisms may occur in focal impaired awareness seizures, as well as absence seizures (atypical ones, in particular). (verywellhealth.com)
  • Sexual automatisms did not occur in patients with seizures originating in any area other than the frontal lobe. (neurology.org)
  • Automatism is a rarely used criminal defence. (wikipedia.org)
  • The defence of automatism is denying that the person was acting in the sense that the criminal law demands. (wikipedia.org)
  • Automatism is a defence even against strict liability crimes like dangerous driving, where no intent is necessary. (wikipedia.org)
  • There are several limitations to the defence of automatism in English law. (wikipedia.org)
  • Automatism is arguably the only defence that excludes responsibility by negating the existence of the actus reus which uniquely allows it to be a defence to both conventional and strict liability offences (although this argument could be extended to the status defence of insanity too). (wikipedia.org)
  • Strict automatism is a denial of actus reus and therefore most commonly used as a defence against strict liability offences. (wikipedia.org)
  • Another issue with automatism is that when the issue is raised by the defence as a realistic defence (an evidentiary basis), the prosecution then has to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the defendant was acting voluntarily. (wikipedia.org)
  • The evidentiary burden was laid down in Hill v Baxter where the defence of automatism failed because there was no good evidence for the alleged blackout. (wikipedia.org)
  • Because automatism is such a comprehensive defence, there are various exclusions to an automatism defence. (wikipedia.org)
  • Earlier (1838) was automatism , which meant "quality of being automatic" in the classical sense. (dictionary.com)
  • Like automatism i t is indeed without intent and also like automatism it does need to be studied after completion to interpret it, but unlike most automatism you will find a very complex realistic shape instead of simple abstract form that you weave into a story. (mitrofineart.com)
  • The use of the term automatism for these situations causes some confusion, as in these cases it is really the lack of intent on the part of the defendant which denies the mens rea of the offence rather than the actus reus (although this distinction is problematic in many instances), better called unconsciousness. (wikipedia.org)
  • This chapter focuses on the substantive law of insanity and automatism. (oxfordscholarship.com)
  • It suggests that, when a loose, broad, and partially moralized notion of incapacity - defined largely by extra-legal norms - pertained as a basis for exculpation, claims falling across the bounds of insanity and automatism were accommodated within an informal insanity doctrine and under a flexible criminal process. (oxfordscholarship.com)
  • 2 Until this point, insanity and what would come to be called automatism coexisted in a way that was not sharply delineated, and, in this chapter (and the following), I examine insanity and automatism side by side, an approach which reveals the significance of legal concern with dangerousness. (oxfordscholarship.com)
  • It was this concern that forced a cleavage between insanity and automatism, which eventually hardened into two distinct doctrines. (oxfordscholarship.com)
  • Concern with dangerousness continues to inform the relationship between insanity and automatism, and appreciating its role here assists in understanding this part of the mental incapacity terrain. (oxfordscholarship.com)
  • Even once a formal doctrine of insanity developed in the first half of the nineteenth century, some claims to exculpation that now fall within the bounds of automatism were accommodated by the breadth of insanity. (oxfordscholarship.com)
  • Soon after joining the Surrealists, Tanguy began applying the principles of automatism to his paintings. (britannica.com)
  • His paintings combine automatism with elements of landscape and the figure. (artscad.com)
  • The type of automatism and the nature of it-whether it's complex or so simple that it may be missed-is highly variable. (verywellhealth.com)
  • Four of these patients manifested sexual automatisms in some or all of their seizures. (neurology.org)
  • Some symptoms, including automatisms and aura, can help identify on which side of the brain the seizures originate and possibly even the type of epilepsy. (verywellhealth.com)
  • People tend to have the same automatism over and over, but it may not be present in all of their seizures. (verywellhealth.com)
  • Some automatisms are more likely in certain types of seizures. (verywellhealth.com)
  • People who witness your seizures may have important observations, including what automatisms you may be having. (verywellhealth.com)
  • The presence or absence and type of automatisms may help your doctor determine the location and type of your seizures. (verywellhealth.com)
  • Very few people intend to crash their vehicles, so clearly something better than intent is required to define automatism. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 2002, Peter Buck, lead guitarist of the band R.E.M., was cleared of several charges, including assault, which resulted from automatism brought on by a bad interaction between alcohol and sleeping pills. (wikipedia.org)
  • There are a number of reasons why a person may go into a state of automatism, including dissociation or hypo/hyperglycemia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Automatism is a state where the muscles act without any control by the mind, or with a lack of consciousness. (wikipedia.org)
  • AutomatismDefinition of automatismAn act is done in a state of automatism if it is done by the body without control by the mind, (eg it is a spasm or. (lexisnexis.co.uk)
  • In fact, today autonomy seems to be located anywhere except on the part of human agency, having become post-human-this is autonomy as automatism, usually presented to the populace as an objective Sachzwang , usually in the form of "saving the economy" or "saving the banks" or "saving the euro" because "there are no alternatives. (e-flux.com)
  • I prepare a surface in black, gray and white, through a process of automatism. (brooklynrail.org)
  • We should talk about automatism, because it's crucial to your process, and has been at least since the early 1940s! (brooklynrail.org)
  • and the condition is, therefore, the result of an over-developed automatism . (everything2.com)
  • The electrical activity of the heart: excitability and automatism. (unige.it)
  • Le site www.Sourcing-Automatism.com est destiné à remettre des produits (automatismes, produits électroniques) sur le marché de la seconde main afin de pérenniser vos intallations existantes et donc de minimiser les couts. (sourcing-automatism.com)
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  • I work in one small studio where I begin with my own automatism. (brooklynrail.org)
  • By way of contrast with other mental incapacity doctrines, but reflecting the persistence of a broad, moralized notion of incapacity in this part of the mental incapacity terrain, automatism is delimited via a tripartite construction which tracks the lines of non‐culpability, catching a miscellaneous collection of cases in which individuals share little more than an absence of blameworthiness. (oxfordscholarship.com)