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This phenomenon is called cross education.[citation needed] Every day between one and two percent of muscle is broken down and ... Muscular, spinal and neural factors all affect muscle building. Sometimes a person may notice an increase in strength in a ... However, because of this angle, more fibers can be packed into the same muscle volume, increasing the physiological cross- ... Medicine portal Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy Hill's muscle model In vitro muscle testing Musculoskeletal injury ...
Considering this phenomenon, Seaman suggests that the chiropractic concept of joint complex (somatic) dysfunction should be ... To summarize, nerve interference is described, by modern-day advocates of this concept, as a reduction of neural or mental ... A subluxation is a health concern that manifests in the skeletal joints, and, through complex anatomical and physiological ... musculoskeletal) vs. visceral (organ) dysfunction represents a challenge for both the medical and chiropractic physician. The ...
The physiological change from a state of deep sleep to wakefulness is reversible and mediated by the ARAS. The ventrolateral ... The ARAS is composed of several neural circuits connecting the dorsal part of the posterior midbrain and anterior pons to the ... The descending reticulospinal tracts are one of four major cortical pathways to the spinal cord for musculoskeletal activity. ... Iwańczuk W, Guźniczak P (2015). "Neurophysiological foundations of sleep, arousal, awareness and consciousness phenomena. Part ...
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, Vol. 26, No. 5,2012, pp. 470-478. Nilsen, D. M., Gillen, G., DiRusso, T., and Gordon, A ... The evidence that it is effective for non-musculoskeletal pain is encouraging but not definitive. Evidence and explanations for ... Shapiro, D. H. Jnr., 'Overview: Clinical and physiological comparison of meditation with other self-control strategies'. In ... Intrusive images and intrusive thoughts as different phenomena: Two experimental studies. Memory, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 76-84. ...
Enhanced physiological tremor is a strengthening of physiological tremor to more visible levels. It is generally not caused by ... This phenomenon gives rise to the possibility of an orthotic management of tremor.[citation needed] Starting from this ... IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. 15 (3): 367-378. doi:10.1109/tnsre.2007.903917. hdl:10261/ ... the inefficiency in transmitting loads from the exoskeleton to the human musculo-skeletal system and (3) technological ...
ISBN 978-0-07-148127-4. The neural substrates that underlie the perception of reward and the phenomenon of positive ... physiological measures of arousal, and the monetary value assigned to music in the predicted direction. ... While the question ... causes the conditioned stimulus to elicit both musculoskeletal (in the form of simple approach and avoidance behaviors) and ... Figure 3: Neural circuits underlying motivated 'wanting' and hedonic 'liking'. Luo M, Zhou J, Liu Z (August 2015). "Reward ...
Acupuncture and dry needling are similar in the underlying phenomenon and neural processes between trigger points and ... They assert that much of the basic physiological and biomechanical knowledge that dry needling utilizes is taught as part of ... but also other non-musculoskeletal issues that often cause pain. The distinction between trigger points and acupuncture points ... Dry needling is mainly used to treat myofascial trigger points, but it is also used to target connective tissue, neural ...
An integrated physiological risk model with blink frequency, destabilization, and break-up of the eye tear film as inseparable ... This phenomenon indicates that perceived eye irritation is associated with an increase in blink frequency since the cornea and ... musculoskeletal burden, and impairment of the visual nervous system. Another factor that may be related is work stress. In ... the retina during head movement by producing an eye movement in the direction opposite to head movement in response to neural ...
... computational simulations of gait using a physiological model of the musculoskeletal system, without assuming any particular ... Although these are the best understood examples of abnormal gait, there are other phenomena that are described in the medical ... Kandel, ER (2013). Principles of Neural Science, 5th edition. McGraw-Hill. Le Ray D (2011). Supraspinal control of locomotion: ... Deafferentation and immobilization are experimental preparations of animals to study neural control. Deafferentation involves ...
Physiological abnormalities associated with AD include neurofibrillary plaques and tangles. Neuritic plaques, that target the ... These same external factors also influence genetic expression throughout adult life - a phenomenon known as genetic plasticity ... and larger organ and musculoskeletal levels. Sensory changes and degeneration begin to be common in midlife. Degeneration can ... times a week for thirty to sixty minutes has physical and cognitive effects such as lowering blood sugar and increasing neural ...
Balance disorder - Physiological disturbance of perception Body image - Person's perception of the aesthetics or sexual ... Ehrsson HH, Kito T, Sadato N, Passingham RE, Naito E (December 2005). "Neural substrate of body size: illusory feeling of ... David J. Magee; James E. Zachazewski; William S. Quillen (18 September 2008). Pathology and Intervention in Musculoskeletal ... attractiveness of their own body Body schema - Postural model that keeps track of limb position Broken escalator phenomenon - ...
Behavioral, cognitive, and physiological phenomena that are associated with the repeated use and that typically include a ... The increased GABA inhibition on the neural systems caused by benzodiazepines is counteracted by the body's development of ... and musculoskeletal effects. The protracted withdrawal state may still occur despite slow titration of dosage. It is believed ... this phenomenon is known as kindling. Kindling phenomena are well established for repeated ethanol (alcohol) withdrawal; ...
Research on the neural perspective of how mindfulness meditation works suggests that it exerts its effects in components of ... In Buddhist teachings, ultimate wisdom refers to gaining deep insight into all phenomena or "seeing things as they are." ... Research studies have also focused on the effects of mindfulness on the brain using neuroimaging techniques, physiological ... Brown CA, Jones AK (March 2013). "Psychobiological correlates of improved mental health in patients with musculoskeletal pain ...
This type of regeneration is common in physiological situations. Examples of physiological regeneration are the continual ... Neural cells, for example, express growth-associated proteins, such as GAP-43, tubulin, actin, an array of novel neuropeptides ... In order to prevent starvation a planarian will use their own cells for energy, this phenomenon is known as de-growth. Limb ... can involve complete regeneration of some musculoskeletal structure. Werber and Goldschmidt (1909) found that the goose and ...
A recent phenomenon, systems biology, is the result of the merger of molecular and cell biology with systems and control theory ... physiological and molecular levels. In Quebec, McGill has established the Centre for Nonlinear Dynamics in Physiology and ... musculoskeletal health, diabetes, neuroscience, and public health. Research is conducted in cooperation with the pharmaceutical ... and machine learning and neural networks. Of note is the research of Geoffrey Hinton regarding Boltzmann machines. Using the ...
Cognitive neuroscientists, by using neural imaging tools, investigate the neural correlates of psychological processes in ... Musculoskeletal disorder: These are injuries in bones, nerves and tendons due to overexertion and repetitive strain. They have ... Today mental testing is a routine phenomenon for people of all ages in Western societies.: 2 Modern testing aspires to criteria ... Others explore the physiological and neurobiological processes that underlie cognitive functions and behaviors. Psychologists ...
The musculoskeletal system is strong to enable it to support the head and body. The bones are fully ossified and the vertebrae ... The progeny feed on a skin layer that is specially developed by the adult in a phenomenon known as maternal dermatophagy. The ... There are associated changes in the neural networks such as development of stereoscopic vision and loss of the lateral line ... Physiological Zoology. 64 (1): 212-231. doi:10.1086/physzool.64.1.30158520. JSTOR 30158520. S2CID 87191067. Archived from the ...
On the Phenomenon of Hybridity was published the same year as Darwin's presentation of the theory of evolution in the On the ... Brown-Séquard became known for demonstrating the principle of decussation, where a vertebrate's neural fibers cross from one ... Greenblatt SH (1970). "Huglings Jackson's first encounter with the work of Paul Broca: the physiological and philosophical ... Like Cruveilhier and Charcot, Broca made regular Society Anatomique presentations on musculoskeletal disorders. He demonstrated ...
This neural response has been interpreted as a reaction on the rewarding nature of attractiveness, as similar increases in ... This phenomenon is called the "pink tax." However, attractiveness varies by society; in ancient China foot binding was ... Male musculo-skeletal characteristics Female body shape - Cumulative product of the human female skeletal structure and ... "Facial Shape Analysis Identifies Valid Cues to Aspects of Physiological Health in Caucasian, Asian, and African Populations". ...
NASA is also pushing the limits of ultrasound use regarding musculoskeletal problems as these are some of the most common and ... A variety of methods for combating this phenomenon are constantly under discussion. A partial list of remedies would include: ... "Beckman physiological and cardiovascular monitoring system". Science History Institute. Retrieved 31 July 2019. "When Space ... Journal of Neural Engineering. 15 (4): 046031. Bibcode:2018JNEng..15d6031M. doi:10.1088/1741-2552/aac965. PMC 6168082. PMID ...
April 2018). "Physiological and Genetic Adaptations to Diving in Sea Nomads". Cell. 173 (3): 569-580.e15. doi:10.1016/j.cell. ... Another suggests that war is a relatively recent phenomenon and has appeared due to changing social conditions. While not ... Orban GA, Caruana F (2014). "The neural basis of human tool use". Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 310. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00310 ... the musculoskeletal, the reproductive, the respiratory, and the urinary system. The dental formula of humans is: 2.1.2.32.1.2.3 ...
McCaig, C. D. Electric Fields in Vertebrate Repair., (The Physiological Society, 1989). Yasuda, Iwao (1974). "Mechanical and ... "Heart and neural tube defects in transgenic mice overexpressing the Cx43 gap junction gene". Development. 124 (7): 1281-92. doi ... suggesting active regulation of these electrical phenomena. For example, the wound electric currents are always the strongest ... diagnosis of lateral meningocele syndrome in a 55-year-old woman with symptoms of joint instability and chronic musculoskeletal ...
"Network structure of the human musculoskeletal system shapes neural interactions on multiple time scales". Science Advances. 4 ... This phenomenon is best seen in local field potentials which reflect the synchronous activity of local groups of neurons, but ... Simulations have shown that ongoing wave activity in cortex can elicit steady muscle force with physiological levels of EEG-EMG ... Ermentrout B (1994). "An introduction to neural oscillators". In F Ventriglia (ed.). Neural Modeling and Neural Networks. pp. ...
The connections between neurons can form neural pathways, neural circuits, and larger networks that generate an organism's ... Together with the skeletal system, it forms the musculoskeletal system, which is responsible for the movement of vertebrate ... a phenomenon known as photoperiodism. In addition to light, plants can respond to other types of stimuli. For instance, plants ... in a cell or organism is called a metabolome and metabolomics is the study of the metabolome in relation to the physiological ...
Alpha wave neural oscillation power (which is normally associated with an alert resting state) has been shown to be increased ... The psychological and physiological effects of meditation have been studied. In recent years, studies of meditation have ... Brown CA, Jones AK (March 2013). "Psychobiological correlates of improved mental health in patients with musculoskeletal pain ... Brown points to this as a possible explanation of the phenomenon: "[the higher rate of detection of single light flashes] ...
This phenomenon that has been dubbed the "lemur syndrome". A 2014 study of Eulemur masculinization proposed that behavioral and ... While some studies, using ultrasound, have found physiological evidence of the G-spot in women who report having orgasms during ... Schuenke, Michael; Schulte, Erik; Schumacher, Udo (2010). General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System. Thieme Medical Publishers ... densely neural, non-erectile structure". Other descriptions of the glans assert that it is composed of erectile tissue and that ...
The psychological and physiological effects of meditation have been studied. In recent years, studies of meditation have ... Hernández SE, Suero J, Rubia K, González-Mora JL (March 2015). "Monitoring the neural activity of the state of mental silence ... Brown CA, Jones AK (March 2013). "Psychobiological correlates of improved mental health in patients with musculoskeletal pain ... Brown points to this as a possible explanation of the phenomenon: "[the higher rate of detection of single light flashes] ...
A recent review of the literature on the Neural mechanisms of mindfulness meditation concludes that the practice "exerts ... Jakob Håkansson, Exploring the phenomenon of empathy Winnicott Linda A. Nockler, The Spiritual and the Psychological Meet: ... Brown, CA; Jones, AKP (2013). "Psychobiological Correlates of Improved Mental Health in Patients With Musculoskeletal Pain ... correlates them with their objects and physiological bases, and shows how the different types of consciousness link up with ...
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