*  The expression of affective temperaments in daily life, NC DOCKS (North Carolina Digital Online Collection of Knowledge and...
In contrast, hyperthymic temperament was associated with positive affect, fullness of thought, doing many and exciting things, ... The expression of affective temperaments in daily life. UNCG Author/Contributor (non-UNCG co-authors, if there are any, appear ... The expression of affective temperaments in daily life. PDF (Portable Document Format). 217 KB. Created on 10/18/2012. Views: ... The present study is the first to examine the expression of affective temperaments in daily life using experience sampling ...
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*  Adult ADHD and affective temperament: a cohort study
This sample was assessed using TEMPS-A scale to measure affective temperaments, and the CGI-I scale to assess clinical change ... 61% of the sample had an affective temperament (using the strictest definition of 75% or more TEMPS items endorsed). Of these, ... It has been suggested that adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may reflect affective temperaments, which ... This study examines the nature of response to stimulant medication in subjects with affective temperament (Cyclothymia, ...
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*  December 2012 - Volume 28 - Issue : International Clinical Psychopharmacology
Affective temperaments and alcoholism. Erfurth, A; Vyssoki, B; Kogoj, D; More Erfurth, A; Vyssoki, B; Kogoj, D; Blüml, V; ... The genetic basis of affective temperament and the bipolar spectrum. Kelsoe, J R; Greenwood, T A; Akiskal, H S; More ... The affective and emotional composite temperament model and scale (AFECTS): Utility for the evaluation and treatment of mood ... Cognitive inhibition and affective priming effect in major depressive disorder. Gohier, B; Denes, D; Briere, M; More ...
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*  Discussing personal differences/experiences, without denouncing ADHD? [Archive] - ADD Forums - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity...
... affective temperaments the same? Are all experiences the same?. What are (biological) affective temperaments?. What are ... hypersensitive affective temperament + eustressful experiences = ?. Severe inherited (biological) hypersensitive affective ... At birth, emotional affective stages of control are the primary psychological states.. affective becomes affective/cognitive. P ... hypersensitive affective temperament + eustressful experiences = ?. Severe inherited (biological) hypersensitive affective ...
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*  Evolutionary Psychiatry: 2011
Creativity and affective temperaments in non-clinical professional artists: An empirical psychometric investigation. These ... We chase the trail back to the beginnings (is it abuse? temperament? soda? ho-hos? winter? rancid vegetable oil? bad reality TV ... The second paper is far less... imaginative and was published in the much more staid Journal of Affective Disorders. ... My mentor would like me to cobble something together from all the research I've done for the blog on affective disorders, or ...
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*  Assessing the continuum | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
Temperament of healthy people and mental illnesses, particularly affective disorders, have been conjectured to lie along a ... 2016 The interlocking between functional aspects of activities and a neurochemical model of adult temperament. In Temperaments ... Since temperament refers to stable characteristics, the same temperament should be associated some superfamily of dynamical ... It has been conjectured that temperament and mental illness, particularly affective disorders, lie along a continuum of ...
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*  Hyperthymic temperament - Wikipedia
"Affective temperament and executive functions in emergency medicine professionals". Journal of Affective Disorders. 168: 192-6 ... June 2010). "The role of anxious and hyperthymic temperaments in mental disorders: a national epidemiologic study". World ... It is not known where to place hyperthymia on the affective spectrum, how to diagnose it, or what such a diagnosis means. ... Hyperthymic temperament, or hyperthymia, from Greek hyper ("over", meaning here excessive) + θυμός ("spirited"), is a proposed ...
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*  Most recent papers in the journal Harvard Review of Psychiatry | Read by QxMD
Suicidal Risk and Affective Temperaments, Evaluated with the TEMPS-A Scale: A Systematic Review. ... there is growing interest in associations with stable affective temperament types, particularly based on assessment with the ... www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29303918/suicidal-risk-and-affective-temperaments-evaluated-with-the-temps-a-scale-a-systematic-review ... identified peer-reviewed reports pertaining to associations of suicidal behavior or ideation with affective temperament types ...
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*  Natural Healing for Bipolar Disorder: September 2013
Affective temperaments. Cylcothymia. (Nowakowska 2005). -- Tendency to emotional problems and vulnerability. (Fieve 1976). -- ... Temperament, cognitive style, and mood, are notably similar in "creative" individuals and bipolars (perhaps, particularly ... 38% of the entire group had received treatment for affective illness (a rate six times that of the general population); one ... First degree relatives also showed greater affective disorder and creativity.. In Arnold M Ludwig's biographical survey of 1005 ...
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*  Natural Healing for Bipolar Disorder
Affective temperaments. Cylcothymia. (Nowakowska 2005). -- Tendency to emotional problems and vulnerability. (Fieve 1976). -- ... Temperament, cognitive style, and mood, are notably similar in "creative" individuals and bipolars (perhaps, particularly ... Sensitivity reactions to salicylates and other phenols can include affective symptoms, such as: Mood swings, depression. ... Affective symptoms in thyroid disorder patients. Thyroid dysfunction alters mood (as well as cognition and behavior), (Lasser ...
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*  Alcohol consumption and accentuated personality traits among young adults in Romania: a cross-sectional study | Substance Abuse...
The renaissance of the ancient concept of temperament (with a focus on affective temperaments). In: Maj M, Akiskal HS, Mezzich ... Affective temperaments and concomitant alcohol use disorders in bipolar disorder. J Affect Disord. 2015;186:226-31.View Article ... The affective lability of people with cyclothymic traits (oscillation between contradictory emotional states) means they may ...
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*  Birth season affects your mood in later life | EurekAlert! Science News
People born at certain times of year may have a greater chance of developing certain types of affective temperaments, which in ... People born at certain times of year may have a greater chance of developing certain types of affective temperaments, which in ... What's new from this group of researchers is the influence of season at birth and temperament. Temperaments are not disorders ... Hyperthymic temperament - a tendency to be excessively positive - were significantly higher in those born in spring and summer ...
  https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2014-10/econ-bsa101714.php
*  Mood Disorder, Birth Season Link Examined
People born at certain times of year may have a greater chance of developing certain types of affective temperaments, which in ... Those born in the summer had much higher rates of cyclothymic temperament, which is associated with frequent swings between ... People born in the spring and summer tended to have higher hyperthymic temperament, which is characterized by being overly ... Now a group of researchers from Budapest, Hungary, are presenting a study which links birth season with temperament. ...
  http://www.psychiatryadvisor.com/mood-disorders/mood-disorder-birth-season-link-examined/article/378082/
*  emotion facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about emotion
7) Temperament designates the affective aspect of personality as a whole. Temperaments are said to be apathetic, moody, ... Emotions and other affective processes . The term "emotion" is sometimes used to include the whole gamut of affective ... The literature suggests that there is an age trend toward affective optimization or the tendency of persons to actively create ... She is entitled to wear a special badge and her name is changed to "Mother-of-Twins." Obviously, the type of affective arousal ...
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*  Papers with the keyword gsmd | Read by QxMD
Affective temperaments, as well as hopelessness, may play a significant role in the pathophysiology of MD. The present study ... Cyclothymic-depressive-anxious temperament pattern is related to suicide risk in 346 patients with major mood disorders. ... The aim of the study was to investigate the relationship between the individual pattern of affective temperaments, non-typical ... BACKGROUND: Temperaments in completed suicides have never been assessed whereas there is substantial research on temperaments ...
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*  Items where Author is "Nemcsik, János" - Repository of the Academy's Library
Association of affective temperaments with blood pressure and arterial stiffness in hypertensive patients: a cross-sectional ... Hyperthymic affective temperament and hypertension are independent determinants of serum brain-derived neurotrophic factor ... Identification of hypertensive patients with dominant affective temperaments might improve the psychopathological and ...
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*  Folyóirat
... overlapping gene sets play a major role in the development of personality traits including also affective temperaments, in the ... In this review we introduce a new model including environmental factors, genes, trait and temperament markers based on human ... Certain genes are associated with personality traits and temperaments including e.g., neuroticism, impulsivity, openness, ... such as early life events and some prenatal events directly influence the development of personality traits and temperaments. ...
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*  Spectrum disorder - Wikipedia
... and for affective disorders (cyclothymic temperament - cycloid 'psychopathy' - manic-depressive disorder), as well as by Eugen ... and then include an additional broad range of issues such as temperaments or traits, lifestyle, behavioral patterns, and ... A mood disorder (affective) spectrum or bipolar spectrum or depressive spectrum. These approaches have expanded out in ... This is by contrast to models of 'personality types' or temperament, where some have a certain type and some do not. Similarly ...
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*  Temperament and Character Inventory - Wikipedia
TCI operates with seven dimensions of personality traits: four so-called temperaments Novelty Seeking (NS) Harm Avoidance (HA) ... Cloninger, CR; Zohar, AH (2011). "Personality and the perception of health and happiness". Journal of Affective Disorders. 128 ... The Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI) is an inventory for personality traits devised by Cloninger et al. It is closely ... A. Pelissolo; L. Mallet; J.-M. Baleyte; G. Michel; C. R. Cloninger; J.-F. Allilaire; R. Jouvent (2005). "The Temperament and ...
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*  Habituation - Wikipedia
In 2012 they looked at the effect extreme inhibited temperaments verses extreme uninhibited temperaments has on habituation. ... The a-process, or "affective" response to a stimulus, is the initial emotional response one has and can be pleasant or ... Their study found that individuals with uninhibited temperament demonstrated habituation in both the amygdala and hippocampus ... Whereas, participants with inhibited temperaments these regions of the brain failed to habituate over repeated presentations. ...
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*  Arousal - Wikipedia
The contrasts in the different temperaments come from individuals variations in a person's brain stem, limbic system, and ... Ivan Pavlov, the founder of classical conditioning, also partook in temperament studies with animals. Pavlov's findings with ... Suri, Gaurav; Sheppes, Gal; Gross, James J. (2013). "Predicting affective choice". Journal of Experimental Psychology: General ... Robinson, David L (December 2001). "How brain arousal systems determine different temperament types and the major dimensions of ...
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*  Neuroticism - Wikipedia
Caspi, A.; Shiner, R. (2011). Temperament and Personality, in Rutter's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (5th ed). Malden: ... and Affective Responses to Impending Reward and Punishment: The BIS/BAS Scales". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. ... of Pergamom popularized the idea that mixes of four bodily fluids or humours resulted in four personality types or temperaments ... and young adults at high risk for affective disorders (p62). Research in large samples has shown that levels of N are higher in ...
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*  Extraversion and introversion - Wikipedia
Eysenck compared this trait to the four temperaments of ancient medicine, with choleric and sanguine temperaments equating to ... The affective reactivity model states that the strength of a person's reactions to affect-relevant events are caused by ... Watson, D. (2000). Mood and Temperament. New York, NY: Guilford Press. [page needed] Lucas, Richard E.; Le, Kimdy; Dyrenforth, ... The instrumental view proposes that personality traits give rise to conditions and actions, which have affective consequences, ...
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*  Personality psychology - Wikipedia
The term "Cognitive Affective Units" shows how his approach considers affect as well as cognition. Cognitive-Experiential Self- ... One of the forerunners in this arena is C. Robert Cloninger, who pioneered the Temperament and Character model. Uniqueness ... Clinical psychology Epigenetics in psychology Four temperaments Holland Codes Individual differences Industrial & ... His work refers to "Cognitive Affective Units", and considers factors such as encoding of stimuli, affect, goal-setting, and ...
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