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*  Rhythmic movement disorder
Gharagozlou P, Seyffert M, Santos R, Chokroverty S (2009). "Rhythmic movement disorder associated with respiratory arousals and ... there is a close association with Alpha waves that contain a mixture of K complexes and arousals, regardless of the NREM stage ...
*  Sexual dysfunction
Female sexual arousal disorder (failure of normal lubricating arousal response) Male erectile disorder Female orgasmic disorder ... Sexual arousal disorders were previously known as frigidity in women and impotence in men, though these have now been replaced ... From the onset of arousal, symptoms can persist for up to a week in patients. The aetiology of this condition is unknown, ... A vacuum device is the only approved medical device for arousal and orgasm disorders. It is designed to increase blood flow to ...
*  Ventrolateral preoptic nucleus
VLPO firing is inversely proportionate to the activation of the arousal system (as VLPO firing increases, the arousal system ... VLPO or the arousal system. Orexin neurons in the posterior of the hypothalamus excite brain nuclei in the arousal system and ... It is hypothesised in narcolepsy the reduced level of orexin means that the switch between the VLPO and the arousal system is ... It is hypothesised that disruption of the VLPO results in reduced and irregular inhibition of the arousal system by VLPO ...
*  Obstructive sleep apnea
... called a neurological arousal. These arousals rarely result in complete awakening but can have a significant negative effect on ... Home oximetry, however, does not measure apneic events or respiratory event-related arousals and thus does not produce an AHI ... that may relax their body tone excessively and interfere with normal arousal from sleep mechanisms. Common symptoms of OSA ... 50 percent for 10 seconds or decreases by 30 percent if there is an associated decrease in the oxygen saturation or an arousal ...
*  Orexin-A
Taking orexin-A also increases arousal, alertness, attention, and muscle tone. Orexin-A has no effect on subjects who are well ...
*  Safe to Sleep
In both human infants and rats, arousal thresholds have been shown to be at higher levels in the electroencephalography (EEG) ... In 1992 a SIDS risk reduction strategy based upon lowering arousal thresholds during SWS was implemented by the American ... Kahn A; Rebuffat E; Sottiaux M; Dufour D; Cadranel S; Reiterer F (February 1991). "Arousals induced by proximal esophageal ... Neckelmann D; Ursin R (August 1993). "Sleep stages and EEG power spectrum in relation to acoustical stimulus arousal threshold ...
*  Sleep and breathing
Arousals cause return of airway resistance and airflow to near awake values. Refer arousals in NREM sleep. Snoring is a ... Sleep onset in normal subjects is not immediate, but oscillates between arousal, stage I and II sleep before steady NREM sleep ... Pulmonary arterial systolic and diastolic pressure and PAD increase by 4-5mm in NREM sleep Induced transient arousal from NREM ...
*  Night terror
It is also common to see abrupt arousal from NREM sleep that does not progress into a full episode of a night terror. These ... Night terrors tend to happen during periods of arousal from delta sleep, also known as slow-wave sleep. Delta sleep occurs most ... Night terrors can often be mistaken for confusional arousal. While nightmares (bad dreams that cause feelings of horror or fear ... individual abruptly wakes from sleeping with a scream the individual experiences intense fear and symptoms of autonomic arousal ...
*  Evaluation apprehension model
On this basis, our arousal may be modulated. In other words, performance will be enhanced or impaired only in the presence of ... For example, a person who is trying out for cheerleading will feel a heightened sense of arousal leading to incompetence not ...
*  Rational choice theory (criminology)
... one part arising from cognitive limitations and the other from extremes in emotional arousal Sometimes emotional arousal at the ... Too little emotional intensity and performance suffers from insufficient physical and mental arousal, while too much emotional ... Kaufman, B. (1998). Emotional arousal as a source of bounded rationality. Journal of economic behavior and organization, 38, ...
*  Contact (Saving Hope)
Charlie's ex-wife suggests in-coma arousal therapy. Meanwhile, surgeons Joel Goran (Daniel Gillies) and Maggie Lin (Julia ...
*  Igor Yefimov
To put it in other words - will in arousal." Five of Yefimov's books have been published in the US in English translation: Our ...
*  Glans penis
Payne, Kimberley; Thaler, Lea; Kukkonen, Tuuli; Carrier, Serge; Binik, Yitzchak (May 2007). "Sensation and Sexual Arousal in ...
*  Penis reduction
"Female sexual arousal: Genital anatomy and orgasm in intercourse." Hormones and behavior 59.5 (2011): 780-792. Reid, Heather ( ... "The bigger the better? Arousal and attributional responses to erotic stimuli that depict different size penises." Journal of ...
*  Extraversion and introversion
... which means that pleasant feelings are more likely to be accompanied by high arousal for extraverts. On the other hand, arousal ... Extraverts seek excitement and social activity in an effort to heighten their arousal level, whereas introverts tend to avoid ... Eysenck proposed that extraversion was caused by variability in cortical arousal. He hypothesized that introverts are ... page needed] Bullock, W. A.; Gilliland, K. (1993). "Eysenck's arousal theory of introversion-extraversion: A converging ...
*  Visual Hallucinations in Psychosis
This plays a role in the maintenance of arousal. Lesions in the brain stem can cause visual hallucinations. Visual ...
*  Vigilance (psychology)
Reductions in arousal generally correspond to reductions in vigilance. Arousal is defined as a component of vigilance, though ... As such, subcortical brain regions associated with arousal play a critical role in the performance of vigilance tasks. Because ... Vigilance had traditionally been associated with low cognitive demand and vigilance decrement with a decline in arousal ... Subcortical brain regions associated with arousal include the basal forebrain cholinergic system, and the locus coreulus (LC) ...
*  Buspirone/testosterone
"Treatment of Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder": 165-168. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-52539-6_11. Goldstein I, Kim NN, Clayton ...
*  Sleep
Dahl RE (2009). "The regulation of sleep and arousal: Development and psychopathology". Development and Psychopathology. 8 (1 ...
*  James McGaugh
McGaugh, J.L. Make mild moments memorable: Add a little arousal. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2006, 10, 345-347. Green, K.N., ... McGaugh, J.L. Make mild moments memorable: Add a little arousal. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2006, 10, 345-347. Green, K.N., ... mediate much of the effects of emotional arousal on subsequent retention of the event. These hormones, in turn, activate a ... McGaugh's research examined how emotional arousal influences memory consolidation. In particular, he has found that stress ...
*  Optogenetics
"Tuning arousal with optogenetic modulation of locus coeruleus neurons". Nature Neuroscience. 13 (12): 1526-33. doi:10.1038/nn. ...
*  Voyeurism
Templeman, Terrel L.; Stinnett, Ray D. (1991). "Patterns of sexual arousal and history in a ?normal? Sample of young men". ... The diagnosis would not be given to people who experience typical sexual arousal simply by seeing nudity or sexual activity. In ...
*  Yerkes-Dodson law
When levels of arousal become too high, performance decreases. The process is often illustrated graphically as a bell-shaped ... The upward part of the inverted U can be thought of as the energizing effect of arousal. The downward part is caused by ... Drive theory Emotion Emotion and memory Flashbulb memory Low arousal theory Yerkes RM, Dodson JD (1908). "The relation of ... Research has found that different tasks require different levels of arousal for optimal performance. For example, difficult or ...
*  Boomerang effect (psychology)
When the persuasion triggers aggression or unalleviated emotional arousal. When the communication adds to the recipient's ...
*  Restraint bias
Visceral impulses can include hunger, sexual arousal, and fatigue. These impulses provide information about the current state ...