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Biological clocks in medicine and psychiatry
Curt Paul Richter
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In the past several years, there has been a great deal of activity in the field of chronobiology and the impact of these developments on physiology and medicine is growing.[1,2] The understanding about the cellular basis of various body rhythms is rapidly view of this it is relevant to take a quick over-view of biological g: psychiatry. Get this from a library! Biological clocks: your owner's manual. [Sue Binkley Tatem] -- "Biological Clocks introduces readers to the subject of human chronobiology. It describes biological clocks; why we have clocks; how biological clocks relate to sleep disorders, depression, and jet Missing: medicine psychiatry.
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Originally published in as Public Health Service publication no. under the title: Biological rhythms in psychiatry and medicine. Everyone has heard of nature's "biological clocks", the phenomenon of periodic activity in plants, animals and humans. But what does chronobiology have to do with modern medicine? This book presents in a concise but comprehensive fashion the basic principles of chronobiology and their application to clinical medicine.
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The book also focuses on biological clock applications in a 24x7 human society, particularly in connection with life-style associated disorders like obesity and diabetes. It is a valuable resource for advanced undergraduates, researchers and professionals engaged in the study of the science of biological : Hardcover.
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In: de Ajuriaguerra J, ed. The circadian clock is an intrinsic timing system operative in evolutionarily divergent species, ranging from cyanobacteria to humans (Hastings et al. ; Lowrey and Takahashi ; Wijnen and Young ). This clock drives endogenous daily oscillations of biological processes to anticipate and respond to changes in the environment induced by the rotation of the earth.
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National Library of Medicine (NCBI/NLM). It includes content provided to the PMC International archive by participating publishers. In visually and neurological ly intact humans, the melatonin rhythm may represent the output of a stable oscillator with a signal entrained to the light-dark cycle and relatively free from acute perturbation by stress or changes in other hormones.
Such a marker for the human neural biological clock may have applications in medicine and psychiatry. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Richter, Curt Paul, b. Biological clocks in medicine and psychiatry.
Springfield, Ill., Charles C Thomas, Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a subtype of mood disorder characterized by recurrent episodes of major depression occurring with a seasonal pattern starting during the fall and winter and with full remission during the spring and summer (Rosenthal et al.
It was proposed that one major reason for the development of this condition is the lack of bright light during the winter months. Abstract. As the preceding quotations illustrate, psychologists have been divided about the value of the concept of motivation.
Widely different definitions of motivation abound (cf. Cofer and Appley, ); some view it as a “tendency of the whole animal to produce organized activity” (Hebb,p.
) while others emphasize its energizing or drive functions, as in Young’s. Biological clocks and the practice of psychiatry Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Dialogues in clinical neuroscience 9(3) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Pierre Schulz.
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Although the amount of research is limited, the evidence is substantial that some psychological traits are related to SAD/seasonality.
Our confidence in these findings is enhanced by the facts that some studies include non-symptomatic SAD patients when comparing to norms and that some studies control for severity in comparing to non-seasonal depression. NASA/ADS. Biological Clocks in Medicine and Psychiatry: Shock-Phase Hypothesis Richter, Curt P.
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These cycles are known as biological biology comes from the ancient Greek χρόνος (chrónos, meaning "time"), and biology, which pertains to the study, or science, of related terms chronomics and chronome have Missing: psychiatry.