Sleep-Talking: Psychology and Psychophysiology - 1981, Page v by Arthur M. Arkin. Read Sleep-Talking: Psychology and Psychophysiology now at Questia.
Mathematical Psychology and Psychophysiology - 1981, Page 213 by Ch. Von Der Malsburg, D. J. Willshaw, Gail A. Carpenter, Stuart Geman, Stephen Grossberg, R. Duncan Luce, Louis Narens, David L. Noreen. Read Mathematical Psychology and Psychophysiology now at Questia.
Methods in psychophysiology and experimental psychology, including biofeedback, classical conditioning, electrodermal response, perception, reaction time and psychological bias.
This is the last major work of Eugene N. Sokolov, Professor of Psychophysiology at Moscow State University from 1950 to 2008. It summarizes the contributions of a lifetime on the neural mechanism of consciousness. Working at the intersection of psychology, neurophysiology and mathematics, Sokolov early introduced the concept of quantifiable difference in neuronal activity and cognitive distance as corresponding metrics in the physical and mental models of reality.
Although the injunction Know thyself was inscribed over the site of the Delphic Oracle, the concept is of much more ancient lineage. Thousands of years ago, the wise men of the East had learned to exert authority over a broad range of bodily experiences and functions using techniques that are
Psychophysiology and Attention scheduled on October 22-23, 2020 in October 2020 in Bali is for the researchers, scientists, scholars, engineers, academic, scientific and university practitioners to present research activities that might want to attend events, meetings, seminars, congresses, workshops, summit, and symposiums.
Psychophysiology and Attention scheduled on October 25-26, 2021 in October 2021 in Bali is for the researchers, scientists, scholars, engineers, academic, scientific and university practitioners to present research activities that might want to attend events, meetings, seminars, congresses, workshops, summit, and symposiums.
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Donald Moss, Ph.D. A chapter included in: D. Moss (Ed.). (1998). Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology: A Historical and Biographical Sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing. Reprinted with permission of Greenwood Publishing Group. This book is available from AAPBs Bookstore or from Greenwood at http://info.greenwood,com/books/o313291/0313291586.html Abstract : Chapter Ten summarizes the Biofeedback movement, which serves as the arena where high tech meets the higher states of consciousness. The concept of biofeedback was introduced at a conference in Santa Monica in 1969. The image of electronic equipment guiding human beings to a greater awareness and control over their own physiology and consciousness appealed to both white coated experimental scientists and the white robed gurus of the higher consciousness movement. Biofeedback encourages the humanistic dream that the human being can become creator of his or her own ever perfecting health and nature. The Birth of Biofeedback: ...
Ask Ariely: On Scanning Suitcases, Aligning Anticipation, and Validating Valentines Day - Heres my Q&A column from the WSJ this week - and if you have any questions for me, you can tweet them to @danariely with the hashtag #askariely, post a co... ...
Biofeedback has evolved from a fascination in the 1960s and 70s to a mainstream methodology today for treating certain medical conditions and improving human performance. This evolution has been driven by years of scientific research demonstrating that the mind and body are connected, and that people can be taught to harness the power of this connection to change physical activity and improve health and function. Public interest in biofeedback is growing, and with it the need for a clear answer to the question, "what is biofeedback?" The leading professional organizations representing the field have answered with the following standard definition.. "Biofeedback is a process that enables an individual to learn how to change physiological activity for the purposes of improving health and performance. Precise instruments measure physiological activity such as brainwaves, heart function, breathing, muscle activity, and skin temperature. These instruments rapidly and accurately feed back ...
Books and Chapters. Lorig,T.S. (2016). Respiration. In Handbook of Psychophysiology, 4th. J. Cacioppo et al. (Eds.) New York: Cambridge University Press.. Lorig, T.S. & Dragoin, W. B. (2013). Psychology as a STEM Discipline: Issues and Prospects for Undergraduate Education. Oxford Handbook of Psychology Education, Oxford University Press.. Lorig, T.S. (2011). The effects of expectation and context on odor perception. A whitepaper prepared for the Sense of Smell Institute, New York, New York.. Lorig, T.S. (2010). The perception of odours. In Roberts, David (Ed.) Signals and Perception: The fundamentals of human sensation, 2nd edition. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.. Lorig, T. (2009). Respiration. In Sander, D. & Scherer, K. (ed.) Oxford companion to emotion and the affective sciences. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 343-344.. Lorig, T.S. (2007). The respiratory system. In J. Cacioppo et al. (eds.) Handbook of Psychophysiology, 3rd. New York: Cambridge University Press ...
Psychophysiological measures are often used to study emotion and attention responses to stimuli, during exertion,and increasingly, to better understand cognitive processes.. LabScribe Software includes a Experiment Builder. Use the stimulus presentation capabilities of LabScribe software, to show an image, play a sound or a video file, while recording physiological parameters from the subject. Details…. Some of the physiological responses that can be measured include:. ...
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The main aim of the present research was to determine the effectiveness of biofeedback-aided relaxation training (BFRT) for alleviating symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress for undergraduate students as they prepared for their final examinations. In a randomized controlled trial design, 29 male and female students, with heightened levels of depression, anxiety and stress scores on the Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Scale, were chosen and randomly assigned to BFRT or a no-treatment control condition. Subjects assigned to BFRT received eight sessions of BFRT spaced over 4 weeks, during which they were trained to decrease electromyography (EMG) and respiration rate (RESP) and to increase skin temperature (TEMP). Read More ...
Events that violate expectations are biologically significant and accordingly elicit various physiological responses. We investigated the functional relationship between three of these responses: the P300, the Novelty P3 and the pupil dilation response (PDR), with a particular focus on their co-variance with reaction time and measures of subsequent memory. In a modified Novelty P3 oddball paradigm, participants semantically categorized a sequence of stimuli including (1) words of a frequent category, (2) words of an infrequent category (14% of the trials) and (3) pictures of the frequent category (14% of the trials). The Novelty P3 oddball task was followed by a recall- and a recognition test. Larger amplitudes of the P300, identified by a spatial principal component analysis (PCA), were associated with enhanced subsequent recall as well as faster reaction times during the recognition test, suggesting a close relationship between the cognitive process indexed by the P300 and memory encoding. The PDR was
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The objective of this study is to characterize development of certain physiological variables in infants (low and high risk for serious mental illness, i.e., schizophrenia).. We are collecting data on the development of several psychophysiological variables in infants will little to no genetic risk for schizophrenia, those with a parent with the disease, and infants prenatally exposed to nicotine. Currently, we are collecting evoked potentials to pairs of auditory clicks (p50) and to tones presented at varying intervals (MMN). We are also gathering information on infants abilities to detect patterns in the presentation of visual images using eye movements. Most of these studies are conducted with infants from 2 to 6 months of age. ...
Desmedt, J. E., & Tomberg, C. (1991). The search for "neural" conditions for recording control event-related potentials in order to assess cognitive components to both irrelevant and relevant stimuli: Evidence for short latency cognitive somatosensory effects. In C. H. M.Brunia, G.Mulder, & M. N.Verbaten, (Eds.), Event-related brain research, (EEG Suppl. 42, pp. 210-221). Amsterdam : Elsevier ...
This chapter is an attempt to synthesize contemporary research data from neurobiology, neuropsychology, and cognitive science for the purpose of understanding schizophrenic psychosis. Our principal...
This may be demonstrated using a simple experiment. For instance, a group of ten students are blindfolded and are made to sit in a circle. A heavy object is now dropped in the middle, which creates a big noise and vibration. As an effect of this, it is most likely to observe that the reaction by all the students in the room would be similar, yet quite different. While the input of the signal provided in this case is the same in all the cases, it is evident that the manner, in which it is perceived by the brain and processed in the form of a response, will vary from person to person. While some of them could be startled with a jerk, some might even scream as a reflex reaction to it. It might not be surprising to spot a fraction of the group which might not be even moved by this change or loud impact. This is the extent to which a response can vary on exposure to a stress stimuli which is discernable from the usual surroundings. Also, the time of recovery for each individual could be different. ...
Neural mechanisms underling intentional forgetting of neutral and emotional stimuli. In the project two different methods for measuring brain activity - fMRI and ERPs are employed. Project conducted with Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Magdeburg ...
Our laboratory has focused on the understanding of gene-brain-behavior mechanisms in neurodevelopmental disorders, most notably fragile X-associated conditions
Several SexLab members contributed to The Psychophysiology of Sex. For a selection of Guidelines papers published in the journal Psychophysiology, click here.. And here you can find some conference presentations (2005-2009).. ...
RESULTS: Using repeated measures ANOVA, adjusted according to the Bonferroni test, it was observed that the third mesocycle showed lower TWTL, red blood cell count and haematocrit were higher in M3 than M1 and M4 and haemoglobin was higher in M3 than M1 and M2. Moreover, some RESTQ-SPORT scales showed changes during the mesocycles, however without relationship with the TWTL. Pearsons correlation test showed that there were moderate correlations between some scales of RESTQ-SPORT and muscle damage markers ...
The aim of the present study was to assess possible effects on mental and physical well-being and stress-related biological markers of a web-based health promotion tool. A randomized, prospectively controlled study was conducted with before and after measurements, involving 303 employees (187 men and 116 women, age 23-64) from four information technology and two media companies. Half of the participants were offered web-based health promotion and stress management training (intervention) lasting for six months. All other participants constituted the reference group. Different biological markers were measured to detect possible physiological changes. After six months the intervention group had improved statistically significantly compared to the reference group on ratings of ability to manage stress, sleep quality, mental energy, concentration ability and social support. The anabolic hormone dehydroepiandosterone sulphate (DHEA-S) decreased significantly in the reference group as compared to unchanged
Larry Scherwitz, Ph.D., is an international research scientist who specializes in mind-body medicine and lifestyle and their link to preventing and reversing heart disease and obesity. Trained in psychophysiology (mind-body medicine) at Harvard Medical School, his remarkable record as a behavioral scientist includes Director of Research on Dean Ornish, M.D.s program for reversing heart disease through lifestyle changes (diet, stress management, exercise, social support) alone-without drugs or surgery; and pioneering research that revealed "7 newly identified eating styles linked with overeating, overweight, and obesity," the results of which were published in Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing.. Dr. Scherwitz has been on the faculty of various medical institutions including Baylor College of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco, California Pacific Medical Center, and the Preventive Medicine Research Institute. His research has been published in a plethora of prestigious ...
Patients with schizophrenia are characterized by high prevalence rates and chronicity that often leads to long-term institutionalization. Under the traditional medical model, treatment usually emphasizes the management of psychotic symptoms through m
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Schaeffer, D. J., Chi, L., Krafft, C. E., Li, Q., Schwarz, N. F., & McDowell, J. E. (2014). Individual differences in working memory moderate the relationship between prosaccade latency and antisaccade error rate. Psychophysiology. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1111/psyp.12380. Pierce, J.E., McCardel, J.B., & McDowell, J.E. (2015). Trial type probability and task switching effects on behavioral response characteristics in a mixed saccade task. Experimental Brain Research, 233(3), 959-69. doi: 10.1007/s00221-014-4170-z. Pierce, J.E., Krafft, C.E., Rodrigue, A.L., Bobilev, A., Lauderdale, J.D., & McDowell, J.E. (2014). Intrinsic functional connectivity networks in individuals with aniridia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8: 1013. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.01013. Schaeffer, D. J., Krafft, C. E., Schwarz, N. F., Chi, L., Rodrigue, A. L., Pierce, J. E., Allison, J. D., Yanasak, N. E., Liu, T., Davis, C. L., & McDowell, J. E. (2014). The relationship between uncinate fasciculus white matter ...
Saccadic eye movement applications for psychiatric disorders Juliana Bittencourt,1–4 Bruna Velasques,1–3,5 Silmar Teixeira,1,2,4 Luis F Basile,6,7 José Inácio Salles,5,8 Antonio Egídio Nardi,9 Henning Budde,10 Mauricio Cagy,11 Roberto Piedade,1 Pedro Ribeiro1,2,12 1Brain Mapping and Sensory Motor Integration Laboratory, Institute of Psychiatry, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, 2Institute of Applied Neuroscience, Rio de Janeiro, 3Neurophysiology and Neuropsychology of Attention, Institute of Psychiatry, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, 4Laboratory of Physical Therapy, Veiga de Almeida University, Rio de Janeiro, 5Neuromuscular Research Laboratory, National Institute of Traumatology and Orthopaedics, Rio de Janeiro, 6Division of Neurosurgery, University of São Paulo Medical School, São Paulo, 7Laboratory of Psychophysiology, Department of Psychology and Phonoaudiology, Universidade Metodista do Estado de São Paulo (UMESP), S
Dr. Teresa Leyro s is the director of the Affective and Biological Underpinnings of Substance use and Anxiety (ABUSA) lab. Her research takes a multi-method approach toward identifying underlying cognitive-affective and biological risk for co-occurring anxiety and substance use, with focus cigarette smoking/nicotine dependence. Methodologies employed to measure risk include self-report and behavioral indices (e.g., distress tolerance), psychophysiology with an emphasis on the autonomic nervous system (e.g., cardiac impedance and heart rate variability), examination of stress hormones relevant to HPA-axis functioning (e.g., cortisol and dehydroepiandrosterone [DHEA]). Elucidating the role of individual variability in these parameters will help clarify both the etiology and maintenance of co-occurring substance use and anxiety pathology, informing empirically driven and targeted intervention. Her translational research program employs stress provocation paradigms in laboratory settings as a means ...
Undergraduate Summer Internship Program. June 5 - July 30, 2016. Dr. Emily Balcetis and Dr. Tessa West, social psychologists at New York University, invite interested and enthusiastic undergraduates to apply for the NYU Center for Motivated Perception Summer Internship Program. The program runs JUNE 5 - JULY 30, 2016. Applications due February 29, 2016. Interns will receive free NYU dorm housing, meal plans, and stipends to compensate for lost wages.. This program is fully funded by the National Science Foundation as a Research Experience for Undergraduates program. The internship will take a hands-on approach to training in experimental research design and behavioral statistics. Interns will receive training in eyetracking, psychophysiology, dyadic interactions and video analysis across multiple domains including emotion, health, relationships, jury decisions, and politics. Interns will receive guest lectures from notable professors, attend workshops developing research skills and professional ...
Web page and http://www.ipa.org.il. Prof. Tal is a laboratory head and the president of The Israel Pain Association. His higher education was at Hebrew University (DMD) and UCLA (MS). He had worked for 2 years with Gary Bennett at NIH and recently withRon Dubner and Ken Ren In Baltimore Maryland. His laboratory has published in the pain field, with work of a notably integrative nature involving neurophysiology, psychophysiology and animal behavior. ...
Eyes are the window to the soul and, more importantly, the brain. Psychophysiology, neuroscience, and consumer neuroscience researchers use eye tracking technology to understand emotion, behavior, subject response, decision-making, and human performance-and to help improve products and services. But not everyone knows where to start or how and why to use this important technology. A panel of eye tracking experts will present typical use cases and the latest eye tracking technology.. Watch this on-demand presentation with Q&A to learn the fundamentals of eye tracking!. Register Now ...
Small micro-moments of positive emotions are available to us countless times a day. Not only can they change the wiring of our brains, but also our hearts. And, these moments are available to us all the time - theyre in the connection with the barista during our AM coffee stop or the belly-aching laughter we share with a co-worker. Its important we soak em up.. Barbara Fredrickson, a principal investigator of the Positive Emotions and Psychophysiology Laboratory at Chapel Hill, has done a lot of work around this. It turns out, positive micro-moments dont only affect your emotions - they change you physically. Heres what micro-moments do:. 1.// Help regulate ...
Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback (AAPB), the pioneering professional society devoted to education and research in this field, 49th Annual Scientific Meeting in Orlando, Florida on April 11-14, 2018 at the Orlando Caribe Royale. goo.gl/Jrhvwe. ...
Psychophysiology: The physiology of psychology, i.e. the basic processes underlying the functioning of the mind and mental processes.. Rate ratio: The ratio of two rates in epidemiology, the ratio of the rate in the exposed population to the rate in the unexposed population. Random errors: vary in a nonreproducible way around a limiting mean. These errors can be treated statistically by use of the laws of probability. Real-time PCR: A method of simultaneous DNA quantification and amplification. DNA is specifically amplified by polymerase chain reaction (PCR). After each round of amplification, the DNA is quantified. Relative risk: The ratio of the risk of disease or death among the exposed to the risk among the unexposed. REM sleep (Rapid eye movement sleep): The period of sleep during which the brain waves are fast and of low voltage, and activities such as heart rate and respiration are irregular. This type of sleep is associated with dreaming, mild involuntary muscle jerks, and rapid eye ...
The secret most un-exposed about Scientology is that is it an "applied physiological philosophy" rather than an "applied religious philosophy". All Scientology courses, all auditing processes, and all the management and professional courses are based on physiological phenomenas, psychophysiology, emotions, human behavior patterns etc., that are our birth right and used in Scientology as their own discoveries. Even their PTS-SP data is based upon how a "Symptom" re-stimulation is brought out by physiological reactions of the mind affecting the body when under stress. They blame innocent human beings called by them "suppressive persons" for bringing out a symptom that was there to warn you of hidden real illnesses caused by non-suppressive sources such as parasites, chemicals, poisons, toxins, viruses and bacteria. The data on PTS-SP is twisted by them to blame innocent people in order to keep them in line ...
Aue, T. , Flykt, A. & Scherer, K. (2005). First Evidence for Differential and Sequential Efferent Effects of Goal Relevance and Goal Conduciveness Appraisal. : Poster presented at ISRE 2005, Bari, Italy.. Dan, E. , Aue, T. , Flykt, A. & Scherer, K. (2005). ON USING RT AND FACIAL EMG TO EXAMINE THETEMPORAL SEQUENCE OF NOVELTY AND VALENCE APPRAISAL : Presentation at the SPR-meeting. Bjärtå, A. , Bernhardsson, J. , Eriksson, L. & Flykt, A. (2005). Potenial biological threats, fear, and perceptual factors.. Scherer, K. , Roesch, E. & Flykt, A. (2005). Using Computational models to disambiguate emotion theories. : presentation at ISRE 2005, Bari, Italy.. Flykt, A. (2004). Preparedness to act on fear-relevant stimuli : Meeting abstract. I PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY. (Psychophysiologi). S. S19--S19.. Flykt, A. (2003). Emotion drives automatized motor activity: Responding to the snake in the grass.. Robalo, S. , Frere, C. , Carneiro, P. , Ferreira, P. , Flykt, A. & Esteves, F. (2003). Emotional responses to ...
Phillips and her team are the first to use high-resolution, whole-brain MRI data and sophisticated analysis techniques to measure cortical thickness and tissue density within specific brain areas. Namely, they investigated language and cognition control areas in the frontal regions of the brain, and medial temporal lobe structures that are important for memory, and are brain areas known to atrophy in MCI and AD patients.. "Previous studies used CT scans, which are a much less sensitive measure," says Phillips, founding director of Concordias Cognition, Aging and Psychophysiology (CAP) Lab.. The study looked at MRIs from participating patients from the Jewish General Hospital Memory Clinic in Montreal.. Their sample included 34 monolingual MCI patients, 34 multilingual MCI patients, 13 monolingual AD patients and 13 multilingual AD patients.. Phillips believes their study is the first to assess the structure of MCI and AD patients language and cognition control regions. It is also the first to ...
In this issue of Thorax, Kubzansky et al3 have published an important paper on the relationship between decline in lung function in older men and the emotional characteristic of anger. This coincides with a considerable literature on the relationship between anger and cardiovascular disease.4 As the "fight" component in the fight-flight reflex, the psychophysiology of anger overlaps with that of stress. Stress related factors are known to depress immune function5 and increase susceptibility to or exacerbate a host of diseases and disorders including asthma,6 hypertension,7 upper respiratory infection,8 various skin diseases,9 chronic fatigue syndrome,10 irritable bowel syndrome,11 vasovagal syncope12 and, more obviously, various psychiatric disorders. Indeed, it is hard to find a disease for which emotion or stress plays absolutely no part in symptom severity, frequency, or intensity of flare-ups.. Stress appears particularly related to the occurrence and severity of asthma. Asthma exacerbations ...
An essential function of both the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) and the Society for Neuronal Regulation (SNR) is the systematic evaluation of psychophysiological inte
Brindle, R. C., Ginty, A. T., Phillips, A. C. and Carroll, D. (2014), A tale of two mechanisms: A meta-analytic approach toward understanding the autonomic basis of cardiovascular reactivity to acute psychological stress. Psychophysiology, 51: 964-976. doi: 10.1111/psyp.12248 ...
UNSPECIFIED (1995) THE BIOLOGY OF SCHIZOPHRENIA - PROCEEDINGS OF THE 7TH INTERNATIONAL-SYMPOSIUM OF THE TOKYO INSTITUTE-OF-PSYCHIATRY, OCTOBER 19-20, 1992 - MOROJI,T, YAMAMOTO,K. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 19 (2). pp. 177-178. ISSN 0167-8760 ...
Clavitherapy. Clavitherapy is a new diagnostic and therapeutic direction in Reflexology. The method was discovered in the sixties of XX century. Polish psychologist doctor Ferdynand Barbasiewicz is the father of this pioneer method. Mechanisms of Clavitherapy have scientific basis. To use this method in diagnosis and therapy, detail knowledge of anatomy of human nervous system and circulatory system, psychophysiology, neurology is mandatory. Scientific basis of this method differs it from acupunctures or acupressure. Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures of Claviterapy are noninvasive and to date there is no contraindication to this method except: severe long-lasting under-nutritional conditions of patient susceptible to enzymic and metabolic collapse as well as patients with cardiac pace-maker and after organ transplantation. From the observation of the results of Clavitherapy in patients it becomes clear that the method is highly effective in the treatment of nervous system disorders; among ...
Lukács Gáspár, Weiss Béla, Dalos Vera Daniella, Kilencz Tünde, Tudja Szabina, Csifcsák Gábor: The first independent study on the complex trial protocol version of the P300-based concealed information test: Corroboration of previous findings and highlights on vulnerabilities, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 110: pp. 56-65 ...
G.G. Berntson, J.T. Cacioppo, and J.A. Bosch (2017). In J. T. Cacioppo, L. G. Tassinary, & G. G. Berntson (Eds.), Handbook of Psychophysiology, 4th edition (pp. 401-426). New York: Cambridge University Press.
Psychophysiological responses to imagery of self-relevant illness threats were examined for high and low extreme groups of hypervigilants and health care utilizers. Heart rate, skin conductance, and respiration were the physiological measures recorde
PTSD is often misdiagnosed. Symptoms can be confused with those of depression. Many clinicians lack the expertise needed to distinguish the condition, and therefore might not provide appropriate treatment.. To address this widespread dilemma, Draper has developed a diagnostic system that combines virtual reality data with psychophysiological sensors. The sensors monitor heart rate, sweat, and pupil diameter, while subjects experience different types of audio and visual stimuli.. Stimuli customized to a patients personal traumatic experience can generate robust psychophysiological responses. However, the time needed to tailor stimuli is often not available in a point-of-care setting. Drapers solution uses generalized stimuli that results in quicker, more accurate assessments.. Additional research will address larger samples over a wide geographic area, as well as patients suffering from multiple mental health issue and chronic diseases.. According to Dr. Philip Parks, who oversees Drapers ...
Graphical summary of felt emotional and psychophysiological responses during 24 listenings to Something to Write Home About by I Am Robot And Proud by a single listener
Graphical summary of felt emotional and psychophysiological responses during 24 listenings to Lousy Reputation by We Are Scientists, by a single listener
The Global Council on Brain Health reports a direct correlation between the two organs and provides recommendations that can help protect cognition.
MAN-BIOPSY pursues the concrete research question whether novel biological and psycho-physiological clusters or categories can be defined to improve treatment and minimize side effects in psychiatry, based on a synopsis of physiological, behavioural, genetic and endocrinological parameters. One major aspect of our research approach is its focuses on the identification of dysfunctions in fundamental information processing mechanisms and neurocomputational mechanisms, and is not restricted to symptom-oriented tasks.. The main objectives of MAN-BIOPSY are therefore. ...
Indeed, Shakespeares drunken dramatic characters confirm that thermal escalations play a central role in the way in which the early modern English conceived of drunkenness. These psycho-physiological effects include the flushing of the face and other caloric descriptors accompanying the drinking of alcohol. Such commonplaces are ubiquitous in Shakespeares plays. In Antony and Cleopatra, for example, Charmian observes "I had rather heat my liver with drinking" (1.2.24); and indeed, such a description of drinkings inward effects can lead to outward ones, too: as Caesar observes, well in his cups, "You see, we have burnt our cheeks. Strong Enobarb / Is weaker than the wine" (2.7.122-23). In Henry 5, the French Constable contrasts the diets of the English and French soldiers, concluding of English valor: "Can sodden water, /A drench for surreind jades, their barley-broth, / Decoct their cold blood to such valiant heat? / And shall our quick blood, spirited with wine, / Seem frosty?" ...
Its not just hearing her heartbeat and whatever music she might play to her belly; it also gets chemical signals through the placenta. A new study, which will be published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, finds that this includes signals about the mothers mental state. If the mother is depressed, that affects how the baby develops after its born.. In recent decades, researchers have found that the environment a fetus is growing up in-the mothers womb-is very important. Some effects are obvious. Smoking and drinking, for example, can be devastating. But others are subtler; studies have found that people who were born during the Dutch famine of 1944, most of whom had starving mothers, were likely to have health problems like obesity and diabetes later.. Curt A. Sandman, Elysia P. Davis, and Laura M. Glynn of the University of California-Irvine study how the mothers psychological state affects a developing fetus. For this study, they recruited ...
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An examination of the cellular bases of behavior emphasizing contemporary views and approaches to the study of the nervous system. Neural structure, function, and organization are considered in relation to sensory and motor function, motivation, learning, and other basic behaviors. Emphasis is placed on the mechanisms by which the nervous system regulates and controls development, sensory processes, movement, motivated behaviors, emotion, learning, memory, language and cognition. Students are introduced to the variety of brain structures and systems involved in generating behavior and psychological processes. In addition, the neural substrates of a variety of psychiatric and neurological disorders are presented ...
I understand that the best medical attention I can hope for is from a doctor who evaluates me in person - not the internet - but after seeing doctor after doctor, and no one has answers... I feel I mu...
I used to congratulate myself on how well I did at embarrassing our daughters but now at 19 and 20 they tell me even though I did embarrass them A LOT they thought I was a pretty cool mum! Although there was the occasion only last year at the local pub when the mums had more to drink than the teenagers and were singing really loudly on the bands microphone. They all still talk and cringe about that one!. ReplyDelete ...
He then apparently took them to the curb and tried to work out what they were fighting over, even handing over a $20 note from his own pocket to ease the situation ...
Now, Im sure most of you know a Caitlyn, maybe an Evelynn. My nephews name is Jayce, which isnt that crazy. But this happened to me today,...
cos(x)=2 and sin(x)=5 Thanks for your previous answers mathmate. No. Its not a typo. I was wondering if someone could explain to me when in real life would I need to solve such problems, or similar, besides answering problems from ...
Id never heard of a gender reveal party until recently. Do people really do this in real life? Or are they something that only happens in that magical place that pinterest content generators come from? :) Its not something Id do either way for several reasons, but for starters since all my family...
inspired by some comments on the last post and some discussions ive had lately in real life, i want to talk a bit more about our immune systems and our medical systems. at birth, most of us are blessed with a system for fighting off invaders to our bodies. if we are healthy, and in…
I dont know what to do and cant talk to anyone in real life. I have a 5 year old daughter and I am pregnant again. My daughter was from a drunken o
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The Descriptiveville trope as used in popular culture. In Real Life, cities and locations are named after historic events or persons, landmarks, local …
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Sundin, Ö. , Öhman, A. , Burell, G. & Palm, T. (1994). Psychophysiological effects of cardiac rehabilitation in post-myocardial infarction patients. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, vol. 1, ss. 55-75.. Sundin, Ö. (1992). Cardiovascular response patterning and type A behavior in middle aged men. Journal of Psychophysiology, vol. 6, ss. 40-51.. Öhman, A. & Sundin, Ö. (1991). Stress, hjerteinfarkt og type A-atferd. (Stress, myocardial infarction and type A behavior.). Diskriminanten, vol. 18, ss. 23-36.. Fredrikson, M. , Tuomisto, M. & Sundin, Ö. (1990). Classical conditioning of vascular responses in mild hypertensives and normotensives. Journal of Hypertension, : 8, ss. 1105-1109.. Fredrikson, M. , Danilsons, T. , Iremark, H. & Sundin, Ö. (1987). Autonomic nervous blockade and phobic fear responses. Journal of Psychophysiology, vol. 1, ss. 35-43.. Sundin, Ö. , Burell, G. , Öhman, A. & Ström, G. (1986). Heart and lifestyle: a type A treatment program for myocardial ...
Fearfulness as a temperament dimension is already evident in infants. Children who vary in fearfulness differ in their behavioural and physiological reactivity to novel situations. Despite evidence linking the extremes of early fearful temperament to later psychopathology, information regarding its development and correlates is lacking. The present research examined fearful temperament in infancy through assessments of behaviour and physiology, and compared this information with maternal reports. The proposed associations between fearfulness, sustained attention and of effortful control were also investigated. Temperament was examined longitudinally in 50 healthy infants in the 1st and 2nd year of life. Mothers reported on their childrens fearfulness behavioural distress during fear provocation, and resting and stress levels of skin conductance activity (SCA) and Cortisol were examined. Skin conductance responses (SCRs) during an Orienting Habituation Paradigm (OHP) were also studied. We ...
A psychophysiological perspective of boredom by Augustin de la Pena, directing you to a boredom/interest assessment and management consulting service for individuals, couples, and groups. Volunteer to help establish a Center for the study of boredom and entertainment.
Prof. Dr. Paul Enck, Director of Research, Dept. of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Hospital Tübingen, Germany. His main interests are gut functions in health and disease, including functional and inflammatory bowel disorders, the role of the gut microbiota, regulation of eating and food intake and its disorders, of nausea, vomiting and motion sickness, and the psychophysiology and neurobiology of the placebo response, with specific emphasis on age and gender contributions. He has published more than 170 original data paper in scientific, peer-reviewed journals, and more than 250 book chapters and review articles. He is board member/treasurer of the European Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility and of the German Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility, and has served as reviewer for many international journals and grant agencies. ...
Prof. Dr. Paul Enck, Director of Research, Dept. of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Hospital Tübingen, Germany. His main interests are gut functions in health and disease, including functional and inflammatory bowel disorders, the role of the gut microbiota, regulation of eating and food intake and its disorders, of nausea, vomiting and motion sickness, and the psychophysiology and neurobiology of the placebo response, with specific emphasis on age and gender contributions. He has published more than 170 original data paper in scientific, peer-reviewed journals, and more than 250 book chapters and review articles. He is board member/treasurer of the European Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility and of the German Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility, and has served as reviewer for many international journals and grant agencies. ...
Brain and Cognition is an American scientific journal founded in 1982. It covers the fields of cognitive neuroscience and psychophysiology. According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2016 impact factor of 2.432, ranking it 160th out of 253 journals in the category "Neurosciences", and 31st out of 84 journals in the category "Psychology, experimental". "Journals Ranked by Impact: Neurosciences and Psychology, experimental". 2015 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Social Sciences ed.). Thomson Reuters. 2016 ...
In the Music Perception and Cognition Laboratory (MPCL), we explore how listeners perceive musical sounds, how they comprehend a complex musical scene composed of sources, events, sequences, and musical structures and how they react emotionally to that scene. We use techniques of digital signal processing, mechanics, psychophysics, cognitive psychology, psychophysiology, cognitive neuroscience and music theory and analysis. Au sein du Laboratoire de perception et cognition musicales nous explorons comment les auditeurs comprennent une scène musicale complexe composée de sources, dévénements, de séquences et de structures musicales et comment ces auditeurs réagissent émotionnellement à cette scène. Nous utilisons les techniques du traitement numérique de signaux, de la mécanique, de la psychophysique, de la psychologie cognitive, de la psychophysiologie, des neurosciences cognitives, et de la théorie et de lanalyse musicales. The Music Perception and Cognition Lab is affiliated with ...
III. Additional breadth courses within the CNS Program: One course from each of the columns below (6 units).. Note: Courses with the same numbers can be taken more than once for credit if the topic varies.. Neural Systems PSY 501a/b: Psychophysiology. PSY 502: Neuroanatomy PSY 503C: Intro to Computational Neuroscience PSY 504A: Human Brain-Behavior Relations. PSY 512: Animal Learning. PSY 515: The Design of the Mind: Genes, Adaptation and Behavior. PSY 520: Cognitive Neuroscience of Hearing. *PSY 524: Gerontology. *PSY 528: Cognitive Neuroscience *PSY528: Cognitive Neuroscience: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Imagination. *PSY528 Cognitive Neuroscience: Introduction to Brain Functional Connectivity *PSY 530: Neural Bases of Language. ANTH 531: Primate Sexuality. *PSY 536: Topics in Visual Cognition (topics vary by year). PSY 544A: Computational Cognitive Neuroscience. SPH 545: Neurogenic Language Disorders in Adults. NRSC 560: Systems Neuroscience. ECOL 573: Topics in Behavioral Ecology. *PSY ...
Members of the Cog/CN training areas use behavioral, computational and neural methods to investigate human cognition, including attention, memory, training and learning, emotion, reward, and decision making. Neural Methods Include: Event-related potentials (ERPs), Peripheral psychophysiology (e.g., galvanic skin response), Volumetric MRI Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI)
University of Sussex web profile of Prof Hugo Critchley whose research expertise includes Cognitive Neuroscience, Consciousness, Emotion, Mental health (Human disease), Neuroimaging, neuropsychiatry, Neuroscience (Human disease), and Psychophysiology
Ashton, R & De Lillo, C. (2011). Association, inhibition and object permanence in dogs (Canis familiaris) spatial search. Journal of Comparative Psychology. 125(2): 194-206.. Bennett. M., Duke, P.A. & Fuggetta, G. (2014). Event-related potential N270 delayed and enhanced by the conjunction of relevant and irrelevant perceptual mismatch. Psychophysiology. 51(5):456-463 De Lillo, C., Kirby, M. & Poole, D. (2016) Spatio-Temporal Structure, Path Characteristics, and Perceptual Grouping in Immediate Serial Spatial Recall. Frontiers in Psychology, Volume 7 , Article 1686.. De Lillo, C. Kirby, M. & James, F.C. (2014). Spatial working memory in immersive virtual reality foraging: path organisation, travelling distance and search efficiency in humans (Homo sapiens). American Journal of Primatology, 76: 436-446.. De Lillo, C. & James, F.C. (2012). Spatial working memory for clustered and linear configurations of sites in a virtual reality foraging task. Cognitive Processing. 13(Suppl1): S243-246.. De ...
Bagó, Attila György and Dimitrov, E. and Saunders, R. and Seress, László and Palkovits, Miklós and Dobolyi, Árpád (2009) Parathyroid hormone 2 receptor and its endogenous ligand tuberoinfundibular peptide of 39 residues are concentrated in endocrine, viscerosensory and auditory brain regions in macaque and human. NEUROSCIENCE, 162 (1). pp. 128-147. ISSN 0306-4522 Galambos, R. and Juhász Gábor, Dénes and Lorincz, M. and Szilágyi, N. (2005) The human Retinal Functional Unit. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 57 (3). pp. 187-194. ISSN 0167-8760 Horvath, G. and Reglődi, D. and Brubel, R. and Halasz, M. and Barakonyi, A. and Tamas, A. and Fabian, E. and Opper, B. and Tóth, G. and Cohen, M. and Szereday, L. (2014) Investigation of the Possible Functions of PACAP in Human Trophoblast Cells. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. ISSN 0895-8696, ESSN: 1559-1166 Karkus, Zsolt and Zsákai, Annamária and Bodzsár, Éva (2014) A testi jellemzők és az énkép összefüggései 11-18 éves ...
Fisher, A.J., Reeves, J.W., Lawyer, G., Medaglia, J.D., & Rubel, J.A. (In Press). Exploring the Idiographic Dynamics of Mood and Anxiety with Network Analysis. Journal of Abnormal Psychology.. Fernandez, K.C., Fisher, A. J., & Chi, C. (2017). Development and Initial Implementation of the Dynamic Assessment Treatment Algorithm (DATA). PLoS ONE, 12(6): e0178806.. Fisher, A.J., Reeves, J.W., & Chi, C. (2016). Dynamic RSA: Examining parasympathetic regulatory dynamics via vector-autoregressive modeling of time-varying RSA and heart period. Psychophysiology, 53, 1093-1099. Fisher, A.J. & Boswell, J.F. (2016). Enhancing the Personalization of Psychotherapy with Dynamic Assessment and Modeling. Assessment, 23, 496-506. Fisher, A.J. (2015). Toward a dynamic model of psychological assessment: Implications for personalized care. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 83, 825-836. Clasen, P.C., Fisher, A.J., & Beevers, C.G. (2015). Mood-reactive self-esteem and depression: Person-specific symptom ...
Myra A. Preston, PhD holds doctoral degrees in both Psychophysiology and Neurophysiology. Dr. Preston is neither a medical doctor nor a clinical psychologist. The field of Neurotherapy is one governed by a National Board Certification and a National Licensure. Dr. Preston has held these credentials since 1982. In our facility we do not diagnose or treat any condition. We work in association with licensed medical doctors. Our clinic operates in strict accordance with the appropriate standard of care consistent with N.C. statutes 90-18 and 90-14.12 ...
Now UNT Assistant Professor Ryan Olson is using these advanced techniques right here in his psychophysiology lab in the UNT College of Educations Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation, shedding light on what functional brain activity can tell us not only about depression and anxiety, but also concussions, sleep deprivation and much more.. Depression and Exercise. Building on that seed of an idea from 1905, Olson utilizes the event-related potential (ERP) technique (derived from the EEG signal) to explore whats happening in MDD patients brains and how exercise may provide antidepressive effects. In one of his recent studies, Olson and his team assembled a group of MDD patients with similar baseline levels of depressive symptoms. Participants were randomly assigned to either a moderate-intensity exercise or placebo exercise (i.e., stretching) group. Over an eight-week period, subjects performed exercise three times per week for 45 minutes during each session. ERPs were ...
Now UNT Assistant Professor Ryan Olson is using these advanced techniques right here in his psychophysiology lab in the UNT College of Educations Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation, shedding light on what functional brain activity can tell us not only about depression and anxiety, but also concussions, sleep deprivation and much more.. Depression and Exercise. Building on that seed of an idea from 1905, Olson utilizes the event-related potential (ERP) technique (derived from the EEG signal) to explore whats happening in MDD patients brains and how exercise may provide antidepressive effects. In one of his recent studies, Olson and his team assembled a group of MDD patients with similar baseline levels of depressive symptoms. Participants were randomly assigned to either a moderate-intensity exercise or placebo exercise (i.e., stretching) group. Over an eight-week period, subjects performed exercise three times per week for 45 minutes during each session. ERPs were ...
Dr. Skosnik trained in Neuroscience at Northwestern University where he was mentored by Dr. Sohee Park. His doctoral work involved the formulation of a novel hypothesis stating that schizophrenia pathology is caused in part by a dysregulation of the brains endogenous cannabinoid system. Subsequently, Dr. Skosnik completed postdoctoral study at the Indiana University Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences where he was involved in electrophysiology research under the tutelage of Dr. Brian ODonnell and Dr. William Hetrick. After his postdoctoral study, he joined the Yale University Department of Psychiatry as research faculty where he worked with Dr. Deepak C. DSouza examining the electrophysiological correlates of cannabinoids in humans. In 2013, Dr. Skosnik was appointed as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine, and now directs the Psychophysiology Laboratory within the VA-CMHC-Yale Schizophrenia Research Clinic (Directed by Dr. Deepak C. ...
Biofeedback Volume 43, Issue 1, pp DOI: / Special Issue ÓAssociation for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback Neurofeedback for Traumatic Brain Injury: Current
The study is designed as a 6 week case-control follow-up study of 70 AN FE pt. with SCZ and 70 controls matched with regard to age, gender, and parental socio-economic status. All subjects will be examined with a diagnostic interview (SCAN, Schedule for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry), medical and family history, and physical examination before inclusion. At baseline all subjects will be examined with single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), MRI, fMRI, psychophysiology, neurocognition. In addition, they will be screened for drugs, genetic testing, and ECG. Patients will further be examined with clinical validated rating scales to measure psychopathology, subjective well-being, and side-effects. After a period of 6 weeks all assessments are repeated. During that period patients will be treated with amisulpride, while healthy controls will receive no treatment at all. Efficacy of antipsychotic treatment will be evaluated after this initial period of 6 weeks. Based on this ...
White AT, Light AR, Hughen RW, Bateman L, Martins TB, Hill HR, Light KC. "Severity of symptom flare after moderate exercise is linked to cytokine activity in chronic fatigue syndrome." Psychophysiology. 2010 Jul 1;47(4):615-24. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.2010.00978.x.; Twisk FNM, Maes M "A review on Cognitive Behavorial Therapy (CBT) and Graded Exercise Therapy (GET) in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS): CBT/GET is not only ineffective and not evidence-based, but also potentially harmful for many patients with ME/CFS." Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2009;30:284-299; Cooper DM, Radom-Aizik S, Schwindt CD, Zaldivar F. "Dangerous exercise: lessons learned from dysregulated inflammatory responses to physical activity." J Appl Physiol. 2007;103:700-709; Vermeulen, Ruud CW and Vermeulen van Eck, Ineke WG "Decreased oxygen extraction during cardiopulmonary exercise test in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome", Journal of Translationa Medicine 2014, 12:20 ...
2008) Ad skipping: Novelty seeking or avoidance. In: 18th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology (ASP2008), 27 - 29 November 2008, University of Tasmania, Tasmania Varan, D., Treleaven-Hassard, S., Gold, J., Bellman, S., Schweda, A., Ciorciari, J. and Critchley, C. ...
Farwell, L. A., & Donchin, E. (1991). The truth will out: Interrogative polygraphy ("lie detection") with event-related brain potentials. Psychophysiology, 28, 531-547.. ...
Background: Working while exposed to motions, physically and psychologically affects a person. Traditionally, motion sickness symptom reduction has implied use of medication, which can lead to detrimental effects on performance. Non-pharmaceutical strategies, in turn, often require cognitive and perceptual attention. Hence, for people working in high demand environments where it is impossible to reallocate focus of attention, other strategies are called upon. The aim of the study was to investigate possible impact of a mitigation strategy on perceived motion sickness and psychophysiological responses, based on an artificial sound horizon compared with a non-positioned sound source.. Methods: Twenty-three healthy subjects were seated on a motion platform in an artificial sound horizon or in non-positioned sound, in random order with one week interval between the trials. Perceived motion sickness (Mal), maximum duration of exposure (ST), skin conductance, blood volume pulse, temperature, ...