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It is based on the premise that cognition, the process of acquiring knowledge and forming beliefs, is a primary determinant of mood and behavior. The therapy uses behavioral and verbal techniques to identify and correct negative thinking that is at the root of the aberrant behavior.Biological Science Disciplines: All of the divisions of the natural sciences dealing with the various aspects of the phenomena of life and vital processes. The concept includes anatomy and physiology, biochemistry and biophysics, and the biology of animals, plants, and microorganisms. 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Splinting and casting are FRACTURE FIXATION.Stalking: Course of conduct directed at a specific person that involves repeated (two or more occasions) visual or physical proximity, nonconsensual communication, or verbal, written, or implied threats, or a combination thereof, that would cause a reasonable person fear.Wounds and Injuries: Damage inflicted on the body as the direct or indirect result of an external force, with or without disruption of structural continuity.Treatment Outcome: Evaluation undertaken to assess the results or consequences of management and procedures used in combating disease in order to determine the efficacy, effectiveness, safety, and practicability of these interventions in individual cases or series.Fatal Outcome: Death resulting from the presence of a disease in an individual, as shown by a single case report or a limited number of patients. 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Maternal and developmental toxicity evaluation of melatonin administered orally to pregnant Sprague-Dawley rats. (1/30)

Melatonin (MEL) is a widely used, over-the-counter sleep aid, and it has putative contraceptive, antioxidant, antiaging, and anticancer effects. The developmental toxicity potential for repeated oral doses of MEL had not previously been evaluated. In the present studies, time-mated, Sprague-Dawley-derived (CD) rats were administered MEL or vehicle by gavage on gestation days (gd) 6-19. MEL-treated groups received 1-, 10-, 100-, 150-, or 200-mg/kg body weight/day in the screening study (15 rats/group), and 50, 100, or 200 mg/kg/day in the definitive study (25 rats/group). In both studies, maternal food/water consumption, body weight, and clinical signs were monitored at regular intervals throughout gestation. At termination (gd 20, both studies), maternal liver and gravid uterine weights, number of ovarian corpora lutea, conceptus survival, fetal sex, and fetal body weight were evaluated. Fetal morphological examination included external structures (both studies) as well as visceral and skeletal structures (definitive study). In the screening study, maternal serum levels of 17beta-estradiol, progesterone, prolactin, and luteinizing hormone were determined by radioimmunoassay, and mammary tissue was fixed, stained, and evaluated for percent glandular area within the fat pad. No maternal morbidity/mortality was found in either study. In the screening study, aversion to treatment (> or =100 mg/kg/day) and reduced maternal weight gain (> or =150 mg/kg/day) were noted, but reproductive/endocrine parameters and fetal development were not affected. In the definitive study, aversion to treatment was noted at > or =50 mg/kg/day, and mild sedation, reduced maternal food intake, and reduced body weight gain were found during initial treatment with 200 mg/kg/day. MEL had no effect on prenatal survival, fetal body weight, or incidences of fetal malformations/variations. Thus, in the definitive study, the maternal toxicity NOAEL and LOAEL were 100 and 200 mg/kg/day, respectively, and the developmental toxicity NOAEL was > or =200 mg/kg/day.  (+info)

Paradigm to test a drug-induced aversion to ethanol. (2/30)

The screening of new agents for aversive therapy of alcoholism requires a simple animal model. Animals trained to ingest ethanol solutions and subsequently administered a drug known to produce an aversion to ethanol in humans, do not readily make the association between the malaise induced by the aversive drug-ethanol reaction and the consumption of the same ethanol-containing solution that has been consumed previously without ill effects. An experimental paradigm is reported in which the malaise of the drug-ethanol reaction is quickly recognized by rats as derived from ethanol. Disulfiram was used as the model drug. Lewis rats were deprived of water for 18 h after which 6% (v/v) ethanol was offered as the only fluid. During the first hour of ethanol access, both controls (vehicle) and disulfiram (100 mg/kg)-treated animals consumed intoxicating amounts of ethanol (0.7-0.9 g ethanol/kg). Plasma acetaldehyde levels developed were 3-5 microM and 40-50 microM in the two groups respectively. After this time, disulfiram-treated animals virtually ceased consuming alcohol (90% inhibition), indicating that the disulfiram-ethanol reaction is associated with alcohol ingestion. Control animals continued consuming the alcohol solution for the additional 4-5 h tested. This model should be of value in the testing of new agents that reduce aldehyde dehydrogenase levels for prolonged periods for their potential as an aversive treatment in alcoholism.  (+info)

The aversive control of excessive alcohol consumption by chronic alcoholics in the laboratory setting. (3/30)

The efficacy of several methods of aversive control of excessive alcoholic drinking was investigated in a semi-naturalistic setting that permitted objective measurement of the drinking behavior of chronic alcoholics. Studies 1A and 1B compared an excape-conditioning precedure with a control procedure in which aversive electrical shocks were administered before drinking. Neither procedure effectively decreased subjects' pretreatment, baseline alcoholic drinking behavior. In Study 2, aversive response-contingent shocks effectively suppressed alcoholic drinking, but drinking subsequently returned to its former levels after withdrawal of punishment. Self-administered shock appeared to be as effective as experimenter-administered punishment for controlling drinking, even when the punishment contingency was faded out over time. Study 3 replicated the suppressant effect of punishment, and demonstrated that contingent shock was significantly more effective than yoked, noncontingent shock. A direct comparison of self-versus experimenter-administered punishment suggested a possible slight advantage for the latter.  (+info)

Punishment of self-injurious behavior using aromatic ammonia as the aversive stimulus. (4/30)

Punishment with aromatic ammonia was used to eliminate self-injurious behavior of an autistic woman during experimental sessions. The effects were reversible but were limited to experimental sessions until staff used the ammonia on the ward at all times.  (+info)

Conditioning taste aversions to locoweed (Oxytropis sericea) in horses. (5/30)

Locoweed (Oxytropis sericea) is a serious poisoning problem for horses grazing on infested rangelands in the western United States. Our objectives were to determine 1) whether lithium chloride or apomorphine would condition aversions to palatable foods, and at what doses, and 2) whether horses could be averted to fresh locoweed in a pen and grazing situation. Apomorphine was not an acceptable aversive agent because at the dose required to condition an aversion (> or = 0.17 mg/kg BW), apomorphine induced unacceptable behavioral effects. Lithium chloride given via stomach tube at 190 mg/kg BW conditioned strong and persistent aversions to palatable feeds with minor signs of distress. Pen and grazing tests were conducted in Colorado to determine if horses could be averted to fresh locoweed. Pen tests indicated that most horses (5/6) were completely averted from locoweed. Treated horses ate 34 g of fresh locoweed compared to 135 g for controls (P < 0.01) during three pen tests when offered 150 g per test. One horse (T) in the treatment group ate locoweed each time it was offered in the pen, but ate no locoweed while grazing. In the grazing trial, control horses averaged 8.6% of bites of locoweed (P < 0.01) during the grazing portion of the study, whereas treated horses averaged <0.5%. One treated horse (S) accounted for all consumption; he consumed 15% of his bites as locoweed in a grazing bout on d 2 of the field study. Thereafter, he was dosed a second time with lithium chloride and ate no locoweed in the subsequent 5 d. Three of six horses required two pairings of lithium chloride with fresh locoweed to condition a complete aversion. The results of this study indicate that horses can be averted from locoweed using lithium chloride as an aversive agent, and this may provide a management tool to reduce the risk of intoxication for horses grazing locoweed-infested rangeland.  (+info)

Comparison of larkspur alkaloid extract and lithium chloride in maintaining cattle aversion to larkspur in the field. (6/30)

Lithium chloride (LiCl) and larkspur (Delphinium barbeyi) alkaloid extract were compared in their effect as an emetic to create taste aversions to fresh larkspur. They were further compared in the field to determine whether the indigenous larkspur alkaloids were more effective in maintaining the aversion when conditioned cattle were subjected to the social pressure (social facilitation) of control cattle eating larkspur. Taste aversions were produced in two groups of 1-yr-old cattle by offering fresh larkspur and then gavaging with either LiCl at 200 mg/kg of BW or larkspur alkaloid extract at 1.1 to 1.6 mL/kg of BW. The third group (control) was gavaged with water. The alkaloid group was slower to form an aversion than the lithium group, requiring four doses compared with two doses. All groups were then taken to larkspur-infested rangeland to test the aversion in the field. In the first field trial in which groups grazed separately, both aversion-induced groups generally abstained from eating larkspur. In the second trial in which all groups grazed together, both aversion-induced groups consumed less than half as much larkspur as the controls, but neither group abstained completely. Larkspur alkaloids did not maintain the aversion to larkspur to a greater degree than did LiCl when aversion-induced cattle were subjected to social facilitation.  (+info)

Gentle teaching and applied behavior analysis: a critical review. (7/30)

In recent years, there has been a growing controversy surrounding gentle teaching. This paper explores the nature of this controversy with particular reference to the relationship between gentle teaching and applied behavior analysis. Advantages and disadvantages of this approach are discussed, and it is suggested that gentle teaching and applied behavior analysis need not be regarded as mutually exclusive approaches to working with persons with mental retardation.  (+info)

Narrative Exposure Therapy as a treatment for child war survivors with posttraumatic stress disorder: two case reports and a pilot study in an African refugee settlement. (8/30)

BACKGROUND: Little data exists on the effectiveness of psychological interventions for children with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that has resulted from exposure to war or conflict-related violence, especially in non-industrialized countries. We created and evaluated the efficacy of KIDNET, a child-friendly version of Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET), as a short-term treatment for children. METHODS: Six Somali children suffering from PTSD aged 12-17 years resident in a refugee settlement in Uganda were treated with four to six individual sessions of KIDNET by expert clinicians. Symptoms of PTSD and depression were assessed pre-treatment, post-treatment and at nine months follow-up using the CIDI Sections K and E. RESULTS: Important symptom reduction was evident immediately after treatment and treatment outcomes were sustained at the 9-month follow-up. All patients completed therapy, reported functioning gains and could be helped to reconstruct their traumatic experiences into a narrative with the use of illustrative material. CONCLUSIONS: NET may be safe and effective to treat children with war related PTSD in the setting of refugee settlements in developing countries.  (+info)

*Judge Rotenberg Educational Center

... and Pension Committee also held a hearing on alternatives to aversive therapies. JRC replied to a news story on the contents of ... The center is one of few facilities in the United States making use of aversives, and the only using the GED, in its treatment ... Aversives used to modify negative and unwanted behaviors include: food deprivation, with which up to 80% of residents' daily ... By contrast, a 2006 report by the New York State Education Department found that JRC's use of aversives took place without a ...

*Aversives

Early iterations of the Lovaas technique incorporated aversives during therapy, though the use of aversives in ABA was not ... Several national and international disability rights groups have spoken against the use of aversive therapies, including TASH ... In psychology, aversives are unpleasant stimuli that induce changes in behavior through punishment; by applying an aversive ... Lovaas has since stated his disdain for the use of aversives. Applied behavior analysis permits the use of aversives in limited ...

*Impulse control disorder

Pathological gambling Systematic desensitization, aversive therapy, covert sensitization, imaginal desensitization, and ... The psychosocial approach to the treatment of ICDs includes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) which has been reported to have ... The efficiency of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Compulsive Buying is not truly determined yet however common techniques for ... Cognitive Relaxation and Coping Skills Therapy (CRCST), which consists of 12 sessions starting first with the relaxation ...

*Self-Injurious Behavior Inhibiting System

However, researchers claim that aversive therapy adheres to a systematic treatment plan that is carefully constructed to ... Jacob-Timm, S. (1996). Ethical and legal issues associated with the use of aversives in the public schools: The SIBIS ... This electrical signal triggers the stimulus module, allowing for the aversive stimulation, the shock, to be delivered. SIBIS ... The researchers claim that corporal punishment, unlike an aversive stimulus treatment plan, uses the administration of pain as ...

*Kurt Freund

... to change the sexual orientation of homosexuals to a heterosexual orientation through the use of behavioral aversive therapy." ... Behaviour Research & Therapy, 26, 105-112. Freund, K., Watson, R. & Rienzo, D. (1988). The value of self-reports in the study ... Freund was also involved in administering conversion therapy: "Freund made a large-scale attempt in Czechoslovakia in the 1950s ... Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 13, 260-264. Freund, K., Watson, R. & Rienzo, D. (1988). Signs of feigning in the ...

*Behavior modification

... especially those that are restrictive or use aversives, aversion therapy, or punishment protocols. Some desire to limit such ... When misused, more aversive punishment can lead to affective (emotional) disorders, as well as to the receiver of the ... Many techniques in this therapy are specific techniques aimed at specific issues. Interventions based on behavior analytic ... thus removal of aversive events allows people to "feel freer". Further criticism extends to the presumption that behavior ...

*Behaviour therapy

Aversion therapy and punishment is a technique in which an aversive (painful or unpleasant) stimulus is used to decrease ... Aversive therapy techniques have been used to treat sexual deviations as well as alcoholism. Exposure and prevention procedure ... The punishment side of aversion therapy is when an aversive stimulus is presented at the same time that a negative stimulus and ... Examples of the type of negative stimulus or punishment that can be used is shock therapy treatments, aversive drug treatments ...

*Kleptomania

They include: hidden sensitisation by unpleasant images of nausea and vomiting, aversion therapy (for example, aversive holding ... Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), lithium and valproic acid (sodium valproate) have been used as well. The SSRI's usage is due ... Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) has primarily substituted the psychoanalytic and dynamic approach in the treatment of ... Patients with kleptomania are typically treated with therapies in other areas due to the comorbid grievances rather than issues ...

*List of MeSH codes (F04)

... art therapy MeSH F04.754.103 --- autogenic training MeSH F04.754.137 --- behavior therapy MeSH F04.754.137.174 --- aversive ... couples therapy MeSH F04.754.864.581.273 --- family therapy MeSH F04.754.864.581.550 --- marital therapy MeSH F04.754.864.581. ... color therapy MeSH F04.754.252 --- crisis intervention MeSH F04.754.278 --- dance therapy MeSH F04.754.360 --- gestalt therapy ... music therapy MeSH F04.754.592 --- nondirective therapy MeSH F04.754.664 --- play therapy MeSH F04.754.709 --- psychoanalytic ...

*Disease theory of alcoholism

Sobell, M. B.; Sobell, L. C. (1976). "Second year treatment outcome of alcoholics treated by individualized behavior therapy: ... Caddy, G. R.; Lovibond, S. H. (1976). "Self-regulation and discriminated aversive conditioning in the modification of ... Sobell, M. B.; Sobell, L. C. (1973). "Alcoholics treated by individualized behavior therapy: One year treatment outcomes". ... Results". Behaviour Research and Therapy. 14 (3): 195-215. doi:10.1016/0005-7967(76)90013-9. PMID 962778. Vogler, R. E.; ...

*Light therapy

The light should be projected downward toward the eyes at an angle to minimize aversive visual glare. Smaller is not better; ... light box therapy and colored light therapy - are not supported by evidence. Photodynamic therapy (often with red light) is ... Light therapy is preferred over antidepressants in the treatment of SAD because it is a relatively safe and easy therapy. It is ... Patients tolerate the therapy safely but, as in any therapy, there are adverse effects and care should be taken in its ...

*Attachment therapy

... "holding therapy" and coercive, restraining, or aversive procedures. These include deep tissue massage, aversive tickling, ... Z-therapy, rage-reduction therapy, Theraplay, holding therapy, attachment holding therapy, attachment disorder therapy, holding ... dynamic attachment therapy, humanistic attachment therapy, corrective attachment therapy, developmental attachment therapy, ... They may be known as "rebirthing therapy", "compression therapy", "corrective attachment therapy", "the Evergreen model", " ...

*Gordon Muir Giles

Non-aversive approaches to behaviour disorder after TBI are consistent with concepts in psychiatric rehabilitation and positive ... The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 42, 658-665. Giles, G. M., & Shore, M. (1989). A rapid method for teaching ... Giles, G. M., Wilson, J., & Dailey, W. (2009). Non-aversive treatment of repetitive absconding behaviour in clients with severe ... Baum, C. & Katz, N. (2009) Occupational Therapy Approach to Assessing the Relationship between Cognition and Function. In T. D ...

*Discrete trial training

Within Lovaas therapy, DTT is used to reduce stereotypical autistic behaviours through extinction and the provision of socially ... This has led some to question whether the use of aversives by those in behavioral institutions should be limited to those who ... It is also noted for its previous use of aversives to punish unwanted behaviors. Lovaas spent most of his career conducting ... While the therapy has always relied principally on positive reinforcement of preferred behavior, Lovaas's original technique ...

*Guided imagery

... rational emotive behavior therapy, schema therapy, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy. These therapies derive from or draw ... Eye movements and attentional breathing tax working memory and reduce vividness and emotionality of aversive ideation. Journal ... as well as art therapy, music therapy, and dance therapy. All mind-body interventions, including the aforementioned, focus on ... Beck, J. S., Cognitive therapy: Basics and beyond. New York: Guilford Press, 1995. Beck, J. S., Cognitive therapy for ...

*Human sexual response cycle

Sexual and Relationship Therapy 23(4), 393-399. Rosenberg, M. T., Hazzard, M. A., Tallamn, C. T., & Ohl, D. A. (2006). Is the ... Both, S., Everaerd, W., Laan, E. (2003). Modulation of spinal reflexes by aversive and sexually appetitive stimuli. ... Sexual and Relationship Therapy 23(4), 393-399. Chivers, M. L. & Bailey, J. M. (2005). A sex difference in features that elicit ... Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 20(4), 377-390. Giles, K. R. & McCabe, M. P. (2009). Conceptualizing women's sexual function: ...

*Covert conditioning

... and various visualization or imaginal processes used in behavior therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. Covert conditioning ... "Covert sensitization" associates an aversive stimulus with a behavior the client wishes to reduce or eliminate. This is done by ... Therapies and self-help methods have aspects of covert conditioning. This can be seen in focusing, some neuro-linguistic ... "Covert negative reinforcement" attempts to increase a behavior by connecting the termination of an aversive stimulus with ...

*Reactive attachment disorder

Treatments of this pseudoscientific disorder are called "Attachment therapy". In general, these therapies are aimed at adopted ... aversive tickling, enforced eye contact and verbal confrontation, and being pushed to revisit earlier trauma. Critics maintain ... of which the best known are holding therapy, rebirthing, rage-reduction and the Evergreen model. These forms of the therapy may ... family therapy, individual therapy), education (including training in basic parenting skills and child development), and ...

*Vladimir J. Konečni

Konečni, V. J. (1979). The role of aversive events in the development of inter-group conflict. In W. G. Austin & S. Worchel ( ... Konecni, V. J. (1968). Psychological bases of application of the item-hierarchy procedure in behavior therapy. Psihološki ... These ideas have also been applied to the role of aversive events in the development of intergroup conflict. Subsequently, ... Kleinian play therapy, and Albert Bandura's social learning theory. This Anger-Aggression Bidirectional-Causation (AABC) ...

*Michelle Craske

Behaviour Research and Therapy, 44(12), 1849-1858. Arch, J. J., & Craske, M. G. (2008). Acceptance and commitment therapy and ... They found that participants who practiced focused breathing responded less negatively to aversive stimuli whereas participants ... Optimizing inhibitory learning during exposure therapy. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 46(1), 5-27. Arkowitz, Hal; Lilienfeld ... Behavior Therapy, 20(2), 261-282. Craske, M. G., Brown, T. A., & Barlow, D. H. (1991). Behavioral treatment of panic disorder: ...

*Apomorphine

Aversion therapy in alcoholism had its roots in Russia in the early 1930s, with early papers by Pavlov, Galant and Sluchevsky ... This led to his development of lower-dose and non-aversive methods, which would inspire a positive trial of his method in ... In the US a particularly notable devotee was Dr Voegtlin, who attempted aversion therapy using apomorphine in the mid to late ... However, the use of apomorphine in aversion therapy had escaped alcoholism, with its use to treat homosexuality leading to the ...

*Behavioral theories of depression

The benefits of behavioral therapy have also been shown to persist after the end of therapy. Behavioral activation therapy ... These negative expectations result in aversive behaviors; however, the behaviors are only a symptom of the original cognitive ... Problem orientation therapy (PST) is a sub-category of social problem solving therapy that focuses on changing the manner in ... Behavioral therapy has been shown to be as effective as cognitive therapy and antidepressants in the treatment of depression. ...

*Addictive personality

... family and group therapy, facilitated self-change approaches, and aversion therapy. Behavioral approaches include using ... people with compulsive buying problems tend to get confused by their feelings and tend to tolerate aversive psychological ... "Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Substance Abuse Treatment". RecoveryView. Archived from the original on 26 March 2013. ... Treatment for compulsive buying, at this point in time, only includes cognitive behavioral therapy. One way to prevent ...

*Psychological repression

... abuse recovered in therapy, and abuse suggested in therapy". The memory researcher Elizabeth Loftus, has shown that it is ... because of its aversive character, ignoring (rather than suppressing) information being gathered in research could influence ... "Repressed Memories and Recovered Memory Therapy". Jan Groenveld. Retrieved November 2008. Check date values in: ,access-date= ( ... Family therapy has explored how familial taboos lead to 'this screening-off that Freud called "repression"', emphasising the ...

*Gregory Berns

Chandrasekhar PVS, Capra CM, Moore S, Noussair C, Berns GS: Neurobiological regret and rejoice functions for aversive outcomes ... tables for hematoporphyrin derivative photoradiation therapy". Lasers in Surgery & Medicine. 4: 107-131. doi:10.1002/lsm. ... Berns GS, Capra CM, Chappelow J, Moore S, Noussair C: Nonlinear neurobiological probability weighting functions for aversive ... Basal ganglia hypermetabolism and symptoms of fatigue during interferon-alpha therapy. Neuropsychopharmacology 32:2394-2392, ...

*Radical behaviorism

This is why they never bothered to remove themselves from the aversive stimulus when they had the option. Behaviorism predicted ... Skinner's theories on verbal behavior have seen widespread application in therapies for autistic children that are based on ... positive/pleasant or negative/aversive. In other words: If the probability of a behavior is increased as a consequence of the ... and in ongoing challenges to aversive techniques in control of human and animal behavior. Radical behaviorism has generated ...
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Yale scientists have found a way to rewire the behavior of an important group of small molecules involved in the synthesis of carbon-to-oxygen chemical bonds.. The process allows small, synthetic molecules to exhibit the functional diversity of much larger enzymatic catalysts, and offers a promising new tool for synthesizing therapeutics based on natural products. The findings appear in the journal ACS Central Science.. In a sense, this is a miniaturization exercise, said principal investigator Scott Miller, the Irénée du Pont Professor of Chemistry at Yale. This is fundamental work in which were trying to control the way we make chemical bonds.. A host of natural products exist that have beneficial properties for new drugs - yet many of them also have negative side effects. One of the challenges for researchers is to guide the action of catalysts in a way that alters the molecular structure of a target, like a natural product, to eliminate toxic effects while retaining beneficial ...
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Start of IBS after an episodes of enteritis 11 or anti-biotics 12 have actually been defined. A meta-analysis located the prevalence of IBS to 9.8% after enteritis as compared to 1.2% in controls 11. In these situations, a long term immune response could be the cause. Clients with IBS after a viral disease might have a self restricted program of only 3 to 6 months duration. One of the reasons why natural treatment of IBS is chosen by many is because it is not known to cause any major negative side effect. This might not hold true with other techniques of treatment. Natural treatment procedures are also known to be effective in the future, which is an additional factor makings them the recommended setting of therapy. Cranky Digestive tract Treatment typically includes a series of clinical examinations that include Adaptable sigmoiddoscopy, Colonoscopy, Computerized tomography, Lactose intolerance examination and also Blood examinations ...
Sharon, You are correct. Decades ago it was THE treatment for mange in any animal (cows, goats, horses, AND dogs). Back in those days, motor oil was just a refined petroleum oil. Nowadays it is filled with lots of machine detergents and other chemicals that might be dangerous to the animal being treated. I say MIGHT because, unlike all the haters that want to burn the original owner at the stake, I realize I am not a biologist and I have not studied the effects of ANY of the chemicals on animals. I accept that it probably is harmful, but I have no idea to what degree. Just watch some TV and youll realize that almost ALL treatments for diseases have negative side effects. The key is making sure the positive outweigh the negative ones. Motor oil used to be an excellent cure for certain kinds of mange.. All of you others that think the original owner should be hung from the nearest tree need to take another look at how you raise your own dogs. I am sure there is some expert out there that will ...
Sharon, You are correct. Decades ago it was THE treatment for mange in any animal (cows, goats, horses, AND dogs). Back in those days, motor oil was just a refined petroleum oil. Nowadays it is filled with lots of machine detergents and other chemicals that might be dangerous to the animal being treated. I say MIGHT because, unlike all the haters that want to burn the original owner at the stake, I realize I am not a biologist and I have not studied the effects of ANY of the chemicals on animals. I accept that it probably is harmful, but I have no idea to what degree. Just watch some TV and youll realize that almost ALL treatments for diseases have negative side effects. The key is making sure the positive outweigh the negative ones. Motor oil used to be an excellent cure for certain kinds of mange.. All of you others that think the original owner should be hung from the nearest tree need to take another look at how you raise your own dogs. I am sure there is some expert out there that will ...
This was written at a time before the overwhelming consensus of medical science and cultural zeitgeist turned against smoking as a socially acceptable habit. Today, it seems even more strange to take it up, given the massive anti-smoking campaigns in which we have all been inundated over the past 20 years or so. There are other addictive habits, to be sure. Caffeine and sugar are both common, and for many people necessary. They can be as addictive as nicotine, with a whole variety of negative side effects when taken in large doses (in fact, nicotine, caffeine, and sugar are all made up of the same basic elements - hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen - but simply rearranged into different chemical structures; the addictive qualities are a result of the interaction of these chemicals with the natural background behavior of the brain, specifically the release of dopamine and the blocking of acetylcholine receptors). Yet nobody really thinks twice about drinking six cups of coffee a day, and the campaign ...
As you can see, the negative side effects of the "quick fix"-mentality which gets so many people into a situation, where they have to shed weight, in the first place (fast food, coffee to keep going, sweet treats to get over the day, etc.) are similarly detrimental as the original ones. While you cannot debate that the women in the "rapid" weight loss group lost more than two pounds of body weight per week, this success came at the expense of a highly relevant -2.6kg loss in lean muscle mass (60% less loss in lean mass per calorie by which the subjects reduced their caloric intake compared to baseline) - "metabolic currency", as my friend Carl Lanore likes to say that would not only help them to keep the weight off in the future, but is also a indispensable prerequisite for mobility and health up until the old age. With the data in figure 2 being expressed on a "per kcal-deficit" basis, it becomes even more obvious how wasteful this starvation approach to weight loss actually is - not only in ...
Chemotherapy Essays and Research Papers. General chemotherapy education for patients (all that you want to know) What is chemotherapy ? Chemotherapy . (or chemo) is a type of cancer treatment that uses drugs to destroy cancer cells. How do chemotherapy work? Chemotherapy works by stopping or slowing the growth of cancer cells. Some healthy cells may also be affected by chemotherapy . Damage to stockings the things carried healthy cells may cause side effects. The Crackup Fitzgerald! Chemotherapy eliminates cancer cells, while minimizing the the things, negative effect on normal, healthy cells. Bone marrow , Breast cancer , Cancer 890 Words , 3 Pages. Treatment of chemotherapy on the liver Anatomy Honors, Period 6 Introduction Chemotherapy is known to have many . Utilizes Pangloss,and Martin How Blind Hinders The Perception! negative side effects on all different parts of the body. Your hair falls out and your body becomes weak, but what effect does it have on the things, your liver? This paper ...
The intake of steroids is nowadays almost unavoidable as due to one or another health reason most of the people require it. These Anabolic - Androgenic - Steroids have the ability to cast potential negative side effects on the human body. And the worst part of this is that its symptoms are often silent or remains undetected and acts as a silent killer.. N2Guard is referred as "All in One Support" as it obstructs the effect of steroids, block the growth of silent killers in the body and keep the body healthy from within. It can be used by anyone who wants to keep their body clean during Post Cycle Therapy or to keep their liver safe by use of steroids or reverse the damage of previous steroid cycles or to maintain the overall health functions. Let us look a bit closer to understand the benefits that N2Guard can provide to its patients:. • It controls cholesterol level of the body.. • It provides support to the Liver and protects it from various side effects of steroids.. • It enables ...
Botanical pesticides/insecticides have a proven track record and long use as simple extractives for pest control reviewed, with an emphasis on natural products that have received regulatory approval. Public concern over use of synthetic insecticides is growing. So botanicals are now replacement by synthetics, the new environmental movement has provided a favourable environment for the rebirth of botanical insecticides. Essential oil products are natural compounds with insecticidal properties and their use in crop protection is as old as agricultural practice. essential oils may provide potential alternatives to currently used insect-control agents, however, essential oils have negative side effects, such as toxicity to humans and animals, environmental contamination, and toxicity to non-target insects have become apparent and interest in less hazardous alternatives of pest control is therefore being renewed. Plant species with known insecticidal actions are being promoted and research is being ...
The purpose of this circular is to impart basic crime prevention techniques to reduce Automated Teller Machine (ATM) crime. The primary focus of the ATM Crime Prevention Program is user safety. Surveys have shown the reported crime rate at ATMs has changed little over the last decade and that this is a crime of low probability. A person using an ATM is more likely to be the victim of a street robbery or involved in a traffic collision than the victim of an ATM crime. In fact, ATM crime incidents are on a downward trend due to heightened user awareness and prevention applications. However, low probability odds and statistics are a moot point to those who suffer the trauma of ATM crime.. The media informs the public about important issues and events. Sometimes a negative side effect is produced when too much attention is focused on criminal events. Oftentimes, the publics perception is that crime is occurring at epidemic levels, with fear rising dramatically out of proportion to the reality of ...
Thousands of women are so desperate to improve their physical appearance that unscrupulous people posing as certified plastic surgeons will take advantage and promise them an alluring figure. The breast surgery performed by these so-called doctors is more affordable than in other clinics, fact that should warn women. The risks taken by female on the altar of beauty are too high, especially because having a surgery by a professional has a high cost on money terms. They can damage their health by going under the knife, yet the ingredients from Breast Actives will stimulate the natural growth of breast without triggering any negative side effects.. But the size of breasts is not the only concern for women. There is also the issue associated with the "law of gravity". As time passes by, this feature tends to fall and lose its firmness, thus big bosom will become saggy and less attractive. In other words, many factors can affect the appearance of bust and, though most women believe that surgical ...
By Ethan A. Huff. (NaturalNews) The Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) recently published a study in the journal PLoS One highlighting the worst prescription drug offenders that cause patients to become violent. Among the top-ten most dangerous are the antidepressants Pristiq (desvenlafaxine), Paxil (paroxetine) and Prozac (fluoxetine).. Concerns about the extreme negative side effects of many popular antidepressant and antipsychotic drugs have been on the rise, as these drugs not only cause severe health problems to users, but also pose a significant threat to society. The ISMP report indicates that, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administrations (FDA) Adverse Event Reporting System, many popular drugs are linked even to homicides.. Most of the drugs in the top ten most dangerous are antidepressants, but also included are an insomnia medication, an attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) drug, a malaria drug and an anti-smoking medication.. As reported in Time, the top ...
If that went over your head, heres the simple version - The researchers have found a way to deliver a protein-based gene via virus that bonds to cocaine in the bloodstream. This protein prevents the cocaine from ever reaching the brain, thus stopping the effects of the drug.. So couldnt this vaccine be abused by people who would want to take cocaine without the negative side effects? The protein stops all the effects, including the high, thus making cocaine worthless to people who took the vaccine. It would be especially helpful for those trying to quit as they would no longer experience the high that they seek. Of course, there still is the problem that people may turn to other drugs once cocaine loses its splendor.. Still, this is the kind of innovation thats needed in the war on drugs. You can have all the law enforcement in the world, but people are still going to do drugs. You win if you can take away the only reason people use the drug in the first place.. [h/t: Sci-News ...
Dr. Roman Fomin holds a PhD in Physiology and is also an Associate Professor of Physiology. Dr. Fomin is a highly regarded, innovative, and analytical senior scientist. His research and laboratory management experiences include 15 years of extensive multi-disciplinary work in areas of electrophysiological and biomechanical methods, surface and stimulation electromyography, transcranial magnetic stimulation of the brain and spinal cord, motion analysis, and electroencephalography.. Dr. Fomin has a track record in designing breakthrough physiological methods and technologies for elite-level coaching, sports science and sports medicine. He is a co-founder of the Windows of Trainability* and Readiness** concepts designed to optimize the training process of Olympic and professional athletes to achieve the best results while avoiding negative side effects. Dr. Fomin has gone further and developed an innovative, practical approach of Predictive Modeling and Biological Optimization that allows for the ...
1. You still need to work out - Steroids help improve the results of a quality workout regiment. They dont replace it completely. Those that see the biggest growth in muscle mass do so because they are taking the right combination of steroids and are working out correctly. Steroid use is an enhancer of exercise. It doesnt replace it, so buy steroids today!. 2. It is bad for kids - High school athletes should avoid taking the drug. The negative side effects can be disastrous. It can stunt growth and delay puberty thanks to the imbalanced hormone levels.. 3. Temper issues - Many different types of steroids increase the production of steroid. Some do this naturally and some do it synthetically. Either way, increased testosterone levels can cause many males to become more aggressive. This is typically whats being referred to when you hear the term "roid rage".. 4. The side effects are worse for women - Both women and men have both estrogen and testosterone in their bodies. Testosterone is the ...
Whenever a person considers adding a new medicinal supplement into their diet it is worth considering if their are any potential negative side effects that could results. As you would expect because Premium Pure Forskolen is a natural plant extract there have never been any reports of dangerous side effects. Most poor reactions have been minor itching and rashes. If any of these occur of course a user should discontinue using this. Anyone in poor health or under strong medication should consult a physician before using it. As usual pregnant or nursing mothers are cautioned not to use this. Some users may notice some minor nausea, and appetite loss when first trying this. This is no cause for concern and is a normal reaction. Only if this reaction continues for more than a few days should one take any concern ...
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Click on Management of Opioid Therapy for Chronic Pain to learn more.. Many Doctors will require you to sign an "opioid agreement". The agreement spells out the responsibilities of both the patient and doctor as it pertains to the opioid therapy. I consider it a tool to help maximize the positive benefits of opioid medications while minimizing the potential negative side effects and complications.. Click on Opioid Agreement to review a typical opioid agreement.. Opioid Medication Bottom Line:. If your chronic pain is not responding by using "Conservative" therapies along with non-opioid medication then opioid medication may be an effective option.. The use of opioid medications brings about a host of patient concerns and questions regarding the safety of their use. Visit the following few websites to visit more this subject: Pain Killer Addiction, Prescription opiate painkillers and the pursuit of happiness, and Getting relief in wartime: Opioids, Pain management and the war on drugs.. Why does ...
Has Yaqona lost its meaning?. In earlier days, grog was strictly used for ceremonial purposes by chiefs or priests, whereas today it is drunk copiously in villages, often to the detriment of gardening, fishing or other `productive activities. Because of the negative side effects of this drinking, which certainly do not promote hard work, some Fijian officials have asked if excessive grog drinking is good for the country. Whilst grog is an important part of being Fijian, there is such a thing as too much grog. Think about how much you consume grog.Does it affect your work, your family life, your household budget (a study has shown that Heavy kava drinkers spend up to %20 of their weekly income on kava - thats a lot!) or your productivity? If you drink too much Kava, try cutting back for the sake of your health, your family and your life.. When you do drink kava, though the temptation and the pressure can often be to have high tide and be the last one standing, be aware of the risks you take ...
There are many negative side effects of pregnancy. From hormones to cravings, to stress, aches and pains, being pregnant isnt always easy. The following paragraphs contain wisdom and knowledge that you can apply to manage your potential pregnancy issues with the intention to go through it healthily and happily. The months of pregnancy are a possibly magical journey, especially if you apply the advice in the following paragraphs to your own situation.. Adjust your diet to make sure your baby gets sufficient nutrients. If you had a habit of consuming a lot of fatty foods before becoming pregnant, you need to change your lifestyle quickly. In your new diet, youll want to have lots of vegetables, fruits, and lean protein.. Are you expecting? Are you planning to breastfeed your baby? If you plan to breastfeed, you must be able to do so discretely at any time. Nursing clothing is designed to help with this very issue! A variety of firms produce breastfeeding-friendly apparel. This means that nobody ...
I spend a lot of time here writing about general health concerns and topics that I have either experienced or am passionate about. As I have slowly begun to increase those types of articles, however, I have posted less and less about my sweet boy. So today I want to talk about Jet.. You may remember from my last update, that we had pinpointed his worsening syncope episodes to his Vetmedin. At the time, we halved his Vetmedin dose and saw an immediate stop to his syncope episodes.. The reason we cut his medication in half rather than stopping immediately is because many drugs have negative side effects related to withdrawal. We obviously wanted to avoid this, so we halved his dose.. Currently, however, Jet is no longer taking Vetmedin. This is something we have yet to clear with his vet (please dont follow my example), but our financial situation, while improving, is still not to a point where we can afford additional vet visits or the $100 a month for Vetmedin at a halved dose.. So, how is he ...
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In the 60s and 70s, there was a reform movement in the mental health field. There was a belief that many people who had spent their whole lives in institutions would be better served in the community. If youve ever seen the movie Frances, youve seen that in many states, mental hospitals were horrible places. There were situations in which people with Downs or developmental disabilities were institutionalized in the same wards as dangerously psychotic patients. ECT was used in high doses to keep patients in line, as were some really bad medications that are not used as frequently as back then because we have better ones now with less negative side effects (Thorazine, Mellaril and others are used less now than Risperdol, Depakote and Seroquel ...
One of the hallmarks of Alzheimers disease is the loss of synapses in the brain. Synapses are tiny channels through which brain cells send and receive chemical messages; synaptic damage is closely associated with cognitive decline in dementia. Though the exact mechanisms underlying synaptic loss are unknown, current research suggests that the protein fragment beta-amyloid may play an important role. Beta-amyloid is clipped from its parent molecule, amyloid precursor protein (APP), by the action of other proteins called beta-secretase and gamma-secretase. Once produced, beta-amyloid tends to accumulate into toxic clumps in the Alzheimers brain. Recently developed therapies for reducing beta-amyloid levels have targeted the activities of beta- and gamma-secretase. Yet such treatments have often caused negative side effects because they inhibit both the harmful and helpful functions of secretase proteins. Susanne Frykman, Ph.D., and colleagues have been working on an anti-amyloid therapy that ...
While its useful for back related issues, it can also be applied to all other musculo-skeletal tissues that may be particularly tight such as shoulder, neck, jaw and cranial muscles. I see this herb being incredibly beneficial to people who use computers at a desk on a regular basis. (I too myself use it on occasion for this very reason!). Also fantastic if taken right before a massage therapy session. An advantage to skeletal muscle relaxing herbs in particular is that they dont dull your mind or have a numbing effect, so its easier to go about your day without feeling over-sedated or foggy minded.. This herb and its relative species have a good general record of safety, negative side effects are quite uncommon. The most common complaint is a feeling of spaciness or mild disorientation. For some that may warrant discontinue of use but for others finding relief can be quite comforting.. This plant can also be used for shamanic, yogic or even for lucid dreaming practices. Its called Indian ...
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I totally believe the survey. It seems real to me. Women used to like buff dudes in the 80s and 90s because it was a novelty and guys like Zane and Arnie made bodybuilding cool. Especially Arnie being a huge movie star. Of course all the womens marketing was going to push huge muscles. Especially biceps and abs. Not many men looked like that, so it became something to aspire to.. Fast forward to the new millenium and a lot has changed in society. In the late 90s and early 2000s more people went to the gym and hulk-like bodies became a dime a dozen. The novelty wore off, and on top of that our awareness of the negative side effects began to increase.. People are now mega-paranoid about drugs or any possibly harmful subtances (outside recreational use that is). Add on top of that a society that now values quality time above aesthetics, and you have a picture that illustrates that people prefer experiences over material possessions. Lifestyle over looks.. Women obviously notice that someone who ...
NRTIs are a mainstay of HIV treatment regimens, often part of initial treatment regimens for newly diagnosed patients. Recent data suggest that NRTIs are responsible for lipoatrophy, a condition marked by progressive fat loss. Another negative side effect to antiretroviral (ARV) regimens is mitochondrial toxicity, which can damage the heart, nerves, muscles, kidneys, pancreas and liver, as well as affecting the bodys ability to produce energy for important life processes. It has been hypothesized that lipoatrophy may be related to mitochondrial toxicity, but a causal relationship between the two has yet to be established. This study will examine HIV infected treatment-naive patients who are initiating their first ARV regimens. The regimens will contain 2 NRTI, one of which being zidovudine and a non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI). The regimens will not contain any PIs.. Patients will participate in this study for 96 weeks. There will be 4 study visits at Weeks 12, 24, 48, ...
NRTIs are a mainstay of HIV treatment regimens, often part of initial treatment regimens for newly diagnosed patients. Recent data suggest that NRTIs are responsible for lipoatrophy, a condition marked by progressive fat loss. Another negative side effect to antiretroviral (ARV) regimens is mitochondrial toxicity, which can damage the heart, nerves, muscles, kidneys, pancreas and liver, as well as affecting the bodys ability to produce energy for important life processes. It has been hypothesized that lipoatrophy may be related to mitochondrial toxicity, but a causal relationship between the two has yet to be established. This study will examine HIV infected treatment-naive patients who are initiating their first ARV regimens. The regimens will contain 2 NRTI, one of which being zidovudine and a non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI). The regimens will not contain any PIs.. Patients will participate in this study for 96 weeks. There will be 4 study visits at Weeks 12, 24, 48, ...
my sister has a dog with joint issues. her 4 year old amstaff is constantly limping, especially if she is jumping and the impact is on her back legs. We were at the park yesterday and she injured her back leg yet again. We took her to the vet and he said that surgery may fix her back leg, but it isnt guaranteed. Also, she would have to stay off it for at least 4 weeks after the surgery and by then it may have healed on its on. Another alternative he suggested is a glucosamine & chondroitin supplement. Ive been searching around through google and came across one - http://www.k9jointstrength.com/ I was wonder if anyone has used this product or any other product similar to it? If so, are there any negative side effects? It contains the ingredients the vet recommended, but I dont want any more health issues to arise from using supplements. Thanks in advance for any ...
Bensedin (Diazepam) is product with an active ingredient Valium. It is taken only with prescription for the treatment of various forms of anxiety and related accompanying disorders. Valium can be addictive and negative side effects of sudden withdrawal. Treatment with Diazepam can be done only on medical advice and under the supervision of a specialist, and the same applies to the phasing out of the use of the drug. |br||br| Taking Valium can cause drowsiness and dulling of attention and is therefore not recommended driving or operating heavy machinery during treatment. The use of Bensedin 2mg should be taken into serious consideration in the presence of liver or kidney disease. |br||br| |b|Dosage:|/b| Diazepam is taken strictly according to prescription. When used to treat epilepsy should be taken at the same time each day. It is not recommended prolonged use of Bensedin. The preparation can be used for a period longer than 4 months only by prescription. Abrupt withdrawal is also undesirable
BIOPTRON devices are medical devices used under professional conditions at hospitals, specialist institutions, wellness and sports centres and as well at home. BIOPTRON Light Therapy System is for everybody: wide range of applications, easy to use, painless and short treatment time, no known negative side effects and Swiss-made!
The Science: Believed to mimic the same anabolic effects of Oxymethalone - minus the negative side effects e.g. toxicity of your liver and kidneys - through a process of increased nitrogen retention and protein synthesis Anadrole can increase your lean muscle mass by up to 15-20lbs within your first cycle.. But this is not all…. As stated on Legal-steroids.org, anadrole can also bolster endurance levels; improve red cell production and oxygenation of the muscles; enhance nitrogen retention and strength cycles; replenish energy and stamina, and most importantly quicken your recovery times.. And with no need for a prescription, Anadrole can be taken orally and be used as a 100% safe and legal alternative to pure Anadrol anabolic steroids.. NOTE: For optimum results take 1 tablet 2 times a day at mealtimes for up to 2 months (workout period: 2 months on and 1.5 weeks off). On workout days, take 30-45 minutes before you start your workout.. ...
The Science: Believed to mimic the same anabolic effects of Oxymethalone - minus the negative side effects e.g. toxicity of your liver and kidneys - through a process of increased nitrogen retention and protein synthesis Anadrole can increase your lean muscle mass by up to 15-20lbs within your first cycle.. But this is not all…. As stated on Legal-steroids.org, anadrole can also bolster endurance levels; improve red cell production and oxygenation of the muscles; enhance nitrogen retention and strength cycles; replenish energy and stamina, and most importantly quicken your recovery times.. And with no need for a prescription, Anadrole can be taken orally and be used as a 100% safe and legal alternative to pure Anadrol anabolic steroids.. NOTE: For optimum results take 1 tablet 2 times a day at mealtimes for up to 2 months (workout period: 2 months on and 1.5 weeks off). On workout days, take 30-45 minutes before you start your workout.. ...
BIOPTRON devices are medical devices used under professional conditions at hospitals, specialist institutions, wellness and sports centres and as well at home. BIOPTRON Light Therapy System is for everybody: wide range of applications, easy to use, painless and short treatment time, no known negative side effects and Swiss-made!
BIOPTRON devices are medical devices used under professional conditions at hospitals, specialist institutions, wellness and sports centres and as well at home. BIOPTRON Light Therapy System is for everybody: wide range of applications, easy to use, painless and short treatment time, no known negative side effects and Swiss-made!
Feroplex capsules are the best herbal hemoglobin enhancer pills to increase iron levels in blood without any negative side effects. Iron is very important mineral as it helps transport oxygen throughout the body. It is an important component of hemoglobin (the substance of RBC) and it carries oxygen from lungs to body. Enough iron is required to make enough oxygen carrying capacity of RBC, maintain healthy skin cells, hair and nails. Iron deficiency in body can cause anemia means lack of RBCs in body. Body cannot get enough oxygen without healthy red blood cells in body. Lack of iron can cause fatigue, exhaustion and affect immune system and brain functions. The main symptoms include dizziness, fatigue, headache and lack of concentration, pale skin and many more.. There may be several reasons of iron deficiency that may include:. 1. Chronic Kidney Disease: Those people who suffer from CKD, they face iron deficiency.. 2. Pregnancy: A pregnant lady needs iron to increase her blood volume and for ...
There are no real known, negative side effects of the acai berry fruit. Bear in mind that there has been very little research done on it. Its difficult to research, because it only grows in Central and South America, and it doesnt stay ripe for long once plucked from the mother plant (Which is why the pill form and acai juices are very popular ...
Since I started my private practice I have received a large amount of tongue thrust referrals. This is mostly due to the limited coverage of tongue thrust therapy through the school district. Where I come from - therapists are allowed to treat tongue thrust through the school district if the tongue thrust causes an articulation disorder. But they are not allowed to treat tongue thrust (or reverse swallow as it can be called) alone. This makes sense I guess - since an atypical swallow pattern doesnt really affect a childs ability to access an education like an articulation impairment does.. Anyway… all this exposure to tongue thrust has helped me perfect my techniques and my clients have had AMAZING success. Seriously. I love treating tongue thrust. It is simple, straight forward, and totally possible to fix.. But I would like to back up for a minute and talk about what a tongue thrust is exactly. I am going to explain it the way I like to explain it to the parents of my clients. I begin by ...
Introduction. Behaviourism originated with the work of John B. Watson from 1913. Behaviourism is based on the following sets of claims: (1) Psychology is the study of behaviour. Psychology is not the science of mind. This statement also forms a type of behaviourism: Methodological behaviourism claims that psychology should concern itself with the behaviour of organisms (human and non-human). Psychology should not concern itself with mental states or events or with constructing internal information processing accounts of behaviour. In its historical foundations, methodological behaviourism shares with analytical behaviourism the influence of positivism. One of the goals of positivism was to unify psychology with natural science. Methodological behaviourism is a dominant theme in the writings of John Watson. John Broadus Watson was one of the most prominent psychologist scientists of his era, writing on applied psychology for academic journals, business publications, and popular magazines and is ...
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Dr. Derek Reed is a Licensed Behavior Analyst in the State of Kansas and an Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Behavioral Science at the University of Kansas where he directs the Applied Behavioral Economics Laboratory. Derek received his Bachelors degree in Psychology from Illinois State University and his Masters and Ph.D. in School Psychology from Syracuse University. He has served as Associate Editor for Behavior Analysis in Practice and The Psychological Record, and guest Associate Editor for The Behavior Analyst, Journal of Behavioral Education, and Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. He serves as a reviewer on the editorial boards of The Behavior Analyst, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, and Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Derek has published over 90 peer reviewed papers and book chapters, coauthored three edited books, and was the 2016 recipient of the American Psychological Association Division 25 B. F. Skinner Foundation New Applied Researcher ...
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Although the terms "taste avoidance" and "taste aversion" are often used interchangeably, studies with rats indicate they are not necessarily synonymous. "Aversion" is defined as "a strong dislike or disinclination"[4] and "avoidance" is defined as "stopping oneself from doing".[5] The difference is that in avoidance, the organism is controlling its behavioural responses. Taste avoidance and taste aversion can at times go hand in hand, but they cannot be looked at or be defined the same way.. Studies on rats to determine how they react to different tasting liquids and injections indicate this difference. Scientists measured the facial and somatic reactions of rats after exposure to a flavored solution (sucrose or salt) which do not induce abnormal feelings. However, immediately after the rat ingests the solution, the rat is injected with a drug that induces nausea. The rat subsequently expresses a disgust reaction towards the solution, seen by mouth gaping. This is a Pavlovian conditioned ...

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Aversive Therapy Regulation Codification. Mr. Joyce moved that the proposed new text be amended by inserting after section __ ... Said adjustment shall amount to no less than 22 percent for skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech ... Any Level III Aversive Interventions administered under this section shall comply with 115 CMR 5.14 (4)(b)4." ... Islands Veterans Outreach Center for the purpose of the Grace Veterans Program based in cognitive processing therapy with a ...
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... aversive therapy • cognitive restructuring • prognosis • frame of therapy • validity & reliability • faking bad and faking ... family therapy approaches • case studies at the start & end of chapters The above concepts can serve as a guide to study, as ... object relations therapy • counterconditioning • systematic desensitization • flooding • ...
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The Control of Violent Behavior of a Chronic Schizophrenic by Aversive Therapy Description: The purpose of this experiment was ... Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), and Corrective Therapy (CT) ... Filial Therapy and the Family: Examining the Impact of Child Parent Relationship Therapy (Cprt) on Family Functioning ... Group sandtray therapy at school with preadolescents identified with behavioral difficulties. Description: Sandtray therapy, a ...
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Indeed, B.F. Skinner-esque aversive therapy, remotely appiled, was Heaths prescription for "healing" homosexuality.38 ... Thus, he could externally condition the mind towards an aversive reaction.76 (Adey has also done extensive work on the use of ... "aversive" effects. Both animals and men, when given the means to induce their own ESB of the brains pleasure centers, will ... surprisingly similar to the procedures associated with still-experimental electromagnetic therapy techniques, such as those ...
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Aversive therapy for autism and developmental disorders?. Ever since I started paying attention to quackery, in particular ... Good food, a environment where she heard a lot of language, safety and therapy allowed her to zoom ahead very quickly. At her ...
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Aversive therapy to instill disgust for meat-eating.. *Oxytocin injections to make everyone more docile and compassionate. (i.e ...
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Torture in the U.S.: Shocking Disabled Children at the Judge Rotenberg Center | Globalization101Torture in the U.S.: Shocking Disabled Children at the Judge Rotenberg Center | Globalization101

JRCs use of aversives (shock therapy, restraints, social isolation, food deprivation) meet all four criteria in this ... Parents that support the JRC claim its aversive therapy improves lives and in some cases has saved their childrens lives. For ... New admittances cannot be subject to shock therapy, long-term restraints and other aversives that could pose risk of long-term ... This analysis summarizes MDRIs report that claims that aversive shock therapy is a form of torture and explores the legal ...
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PPT - Behavior Therapy Techniques PowerPoint Presentation - ID:6694919PPT - Behavior Therapy Techniques PowerPoint Presentation - ID:6694919

Clarifying the clients problem Formulating initial goals for therapy Designing a target behavior Identifying the maintaining ... Aversive Therapy*Punishment of target behaviors. *Instrumental conditioning. *Raversive stimulus. *E.g., chronic vomiting  ... Manual Therapy Techniques -6. manual therapy techniques. manual therapy: the use of hands-on techniques to evaluate, treat, and ... insight therapy behavior therapy biomedical therapy combination!. professions. psychologist (ph.d.) psychiatrist (m.d.) mental ...
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This will make use of mild aversive therapy, such as punishment for eating of the nonnutritive substances. The person will also ... The typical psychological treatment is behavior modification associated with cognitive behavior therapy. ...
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Disulfiram is an oral medication used for decades as aversive therapy for alcohol dependence. It acts by inhibiting aldehyde ... the behavioral therapies, and interpersonal therapy. The second group of psychosocial therapies was developed explicitly for ... Psychosocial therapy and pharmacotherapy are not mutually exclusive; in fact, some drug therapies for substance abuse are ... pharmacologic therapy has been used to augment standard psychosocial therapy, with the goal of increasing retention in ...
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Boston Globe: Patrick fights Rotenberg shock therapy decree | Left Brain Right BrainBoston Globe: Patrick fights Rotenberg shock therapy decree | Left Brain Right Brain

The center is named for Judge Rotenbrg, whose settlement decision 25 years ago allowed for then use of aversives. The Governor ... is known for its use of electric shocks as an aversive therapy for behavior modification. ... The Judge Rotenberg Center (JRC) is known for its use of electric shocks as an aversive therapy for behavior modification. The ... They could lose their settlement decree allowing for the use of aversives. The could fail to get FDA approval for their shock ...
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RACGP - Behavioural and advice-based support for smoking cessationRACGP - Behavioural and advice-based support for smoking cessation

Aversive or rapid smoking. Aversive therapy aims to extinguish the urge to smoke through pairing the act of smoking with an ... Related therapies include acupressure, laser therapy and electrical stimulation. At present, there is no consistent evidence ... Group therapy is better for helping people to stop smoking than self-help and other less intensive interventions for quitting; ... Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and relapse prevention appear to reduce negative affect, craving and cigarette use among ...
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StateLine: Magazine takes on shock therapy at Canton school - News - Geneseo Republic - Geneseo, IL - Geneseo, ILStateLine: Magazine takes on shock therapy at Canton school - News - Geneseo Republic - Geneseo, IL - Geneseo, IL

He expects a legislative hearing to be held in December or January on his push to curb aversive therapy.. Another opponent of ... State officials, meanwhile, are renewing efforts to curb the use of aversive therapy.. State Sen. Brian A. Joyce, a Milton ... "aversive therapy" used at the Judge Rotenberg Education Center, located in the sleepy Boston suburb of Canton.. Electric skin ... and adds that 10 states have banned aversive therapy. ... aversive therapy, Rep. Tom Sannicandro, D-Ashland, asked to ...
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Human sexual arousal: a modern behavioral approach. - Free Online LibraryHuman sexual arousal: a modern behavioral approach. - Free Online Library

This may explain why the effects of aversive therapy for deviant sexual arousal are relatively short-lived (see Bancroft, 1969 ... Behavior Therapy, 20, 137-146. Feldman, M. P., & MacCulloch M.J. (1971). Homosesual behaviour: Therapy and assessment Oxford: ... Mandell, K. H. (1970). Preliminary report on a new aversion therapy for male homosexuals. Behavior Research and Therapy, 8, 93- ... A hypothesis Behavior Research and Therapy, 2, 185-190. McGuire, R. J., & Valance, M. (1964). Aversion therapy by electric ...
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Massachusetts officials have been stripped of their authority to regulate a state-financed center that uses aversive therapy to ...
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Apotemnophilia - WikipediaApotemnophilia - Wikipedia

The therapy provides aversive conditioning to deviant sexual fantasies.[23] Therapies are provided by medical attention and ... Aversion therapy[edit]. Along with a combinational treatment of cognitive and behavioral focuses, another element that has been ... These combinational therapy have significantly shown that there are reduced rates of recidivism than seen in untreated ... Along with therapy, apotemnophiles will be exposed to treatment that focuses on cognitive behavioral programs that include ...
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Aversive therapy. - Relapse protection with Naltrexone implants. Ultra-rapid detoxification of opiate dependent patients Ultra- ... Short-term methods last less than 6 months and include residential therapy, medication therapy, and drug-free outpatient ... Drug rehab Behavioral therapies can include counseling, psychotherapy, support groups, or family therapy. Treatment medications ... cognitive behavioral therapy, 12 Step meetings, support group therapy, life skills, vocational and educational programming and ...
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Nurses and subordination: A historical study of mental nurses perceptions on administering aversion therapy for sexual ...
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Drugs from alcoholism - the most effective for treatment at home and the removal of intoxication - Med helpDrugs from alcoholism - the most effective for treatment at home and the removal of intoxication - Med help

Aversive therapy. It is effective even when a person does not realize the presence of alcoholism and resists the course of ... Psychological therapy. If a person has realized the existence of alcoholism, then only it becomes possible to carry out such ... This therapy with supporting drugs, fixing the results obtained in the treatment. At this stage, social adaptation is very ... It is difficult to get rid of this serious disease, but with the help of timely therapy it is quite possible. Medications can ...
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Electric shock therapy on special needs students: Treatment or torment? - ABC NewsElectric shock therapy on special needs students: Treatment or torment? - ABC News

... electric shock therapy will not treat the underlying cause of the behavior. ... While Fields ruling allows JRC to continue with the aversive therapy, it may be mooted by an FDA proposal to ban the use of ... Electric shock therapy on special needs students: Treatment or torment?. Use of the shock device is a consequence of the ... While aversive treatment can be useful in stopping a behavior, it is hard to regulate what is considered excessive and what ...
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... and Pension Committee also held a hearing on alternatives to aversive therapies. JRC replied to a news story on the contents of ... The center is one of few facilities in the United States making use of aversives, and the only using the GED, in its treatment ... Aversives used to modify negative and unwanted behaviors include: food deprivation, with which up to 80% of residents daily ... By contrast, a 2006 report by the New York State Education Department found that JRCs use of aversives took place without a ...
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Faradic skin shock (Electro-aversive therapy) *Fast ForWord *Feingold diet *Flexyx Neuropathy System (FNS) ... they are asked about what treatments and therapies their child currently receives. There is a vast array of treatments to ...
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  • While Fields' ruling allows JRC to continue with the aversive therapy, it may be mooted by an FDA proposal to ban the use of electrical stimulation devices to control aggressive or self-injurious behavior. (go.com)
  • Select possible treatment modalities for cocaine use disorder, including psychosocial therapy, pharmacotherapy, immunotherapy options, alternative/complementary approaches, and interventions for non-English-proficient patients. (netce.com)
  • activity therapy in the nursing interventions classification , a nursing intervention defined as the prescription of and assistance with specific physical, cognitive, social, and spiritual activities to increase the range, frequency, or duration of an individual's (or group's) activity. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • animal-assisted therapy in the nursing interventions classification , a nursing intervention defined as the purposeful use of animals to provide affection, attention, diversion, and relaxation. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • art therapy in the nursing interventions classification , a nursing intervention defined as facilitation of communication through drawings or other art forms. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The FDA has previously reported that electroshock therapy, such as GED, can result in physical effects -- burning of the skin, trauma, including contusions, falls, oral injury, and fractures, seizure complications or impacts on the heart. (go.com)
  • When parents participating in IAN Research have completed the Child with an ASD questionnaire, they are asked about what treatments and therapies their child currently receives. (iancommunity.org)
  • Over time the use of aversives has become less and less necessary as less and less restrictive alternative treatments have been developed. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) Guidelines for Responsible Conduct state that participation in an any behavior plan must be voluntary, by the client or their surrogate, and that clients or families have the right to terminate a particular intervention if they see fit, including aversive treatments. (wikipedia.org)
  • This research study investigated various characteristics of children in play therapy and their play behaviors during sessions. (unt.edu)
  • Another opponent of aversive therapy, Rep. Tom Sannicandro, D-Ashland, asked to receive an electric shock at a legislative hearing last year to see what it feels like. (geneseorepublic.com)
  • The problem of this study was an attempt to appraise critically the effectiveness of client-centered play therapy as a counseling technique. (unt.edu)
  • In order to ascertain the effects of client-centered play therapy with children who have emotional problems, learning difficulties, and behavior problems, this study was conducted. (unt.edu)
  • client-centered therapy a form of psychotherapy in which the emphasis is on the patient's self-discovery, interpretation, conflict resolution, and reorganization of values and life approach, which are enabled by the warm, nondirective, unconditionally accepting support of the therapist, who reflects and clarifies the patient's discoveries. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • In cerned authorities have started global `quit addition to clarification of immediate que- smoking' campaigns and have also devel- ries, GPs were informed that if they had oped antismoking clinics, cessation strate- any problems completing the form, they gies, drug therapies and rehabilitation could contact the research team by tele- programmes for smokers [ 4,8 ]. (who.int)
  • cognitive therapy ( cognitive-behavioral therapy ) a directive form of psychotherapy based on the theory that emotional problems result from distorted attitudes and ways of thinking that can be corrected. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The national magazine barely hit the stands last week before state lawmakers renewed efforts to put a stop to the so-called "aversive therapy" used at the Judge Rotenberg Education Center, located in the sleepy Boston suburb of Canton. (geneseorepublic.com)
  • The center is named for Judge Rotenbrg, whose settlement decision 25 years ago allowed for then use of aversives. (leftbrainrightbrain.co.uk)
  • Mendez expresses concern in his report (p. 84) that if Massachusetts becomes too hot to hold the JRC, the center might simply relocate again, and he urges action at the federal level to end the use of such aversives nationwide. (usautism.org)
  • The problem as presented in this study constituted a proposed 'preventive program' using a group play therapy approach which could be implemented by an educational system. (unt.edu)
  • Specifically, this research investigated how gender, age, ethnicity, household and presenting problem of children impacted the play therapy process. (unt.edu)
  • Thirty-two cases of children who received ten or more sessions of play therapy at the Child and Family Resource Clinic, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas between the years of 1998-2002 and met specified criteria were coded and entered into a computer spreadsheet for analysis. (unt.edu)
  • Analysis revealed that the toys used most often during play therapy sessions included the following categories: sandbox, easel/paints, dolls, weapons, crafts and money. (unt.edu)
  • The discovery could open up new avenues for brain research and lead to therapies for a variety of neurological conditions. (usautism.org)
  • Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services provides the JRC with Level III aversive certification and licenses its care for adults that are over 22 years old. (globalization101.org)
  • and e) a variety of presenting problems and toy use/play behavior, feelings expressed and themes played out during play therapy sessions. (unt.edu)
  • This is a restorative therapy that normalizes the work of all systems and internal organs. (medhelpsis.com)
  • TPN has many similarities to the therapies discussed in detail in this report, and many providers of HDIT also provide TPN and other nutritional products and services. (unt.edu)
  • continuous renal replacement therapy hemodialysis or hemofiltration done 24 hours a day for an extended period, usually in a critically ill patient. (thefreedictionary.com)