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Related to cycloid: prolate cycloid, hypocycloid

cy·cloid

(sī'kloyd),
Suggesting cyclothymia; a term applied to personality traits associated with cyclothymia.
[cyclo- + G. eidos, resembling]

cycloid

/cy·cloid/ (si´kloid) characterized by alternating moods of elation and depression.

cycloid

(sī′kloid′)
adj.
1. Resembling a circle.
2. Psychology Afflicted with or relating to cyclothymia.

cy·cloi′dal (-kloid′l) adj.

cycloid

(sī′kloyd) [″ + eidos, form, shape]
1. Resembling a circle.
2. Denoting a ring of atoms.
3. Extreme variations of mood from elation to melancholia.
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However, some cases reported suggest that the cycloid psychoses may not require long-term maintenance pharmacological treatment (2).
The body regions of the fish were observed to have square and cycloid shapes in the head of both male and female.
Furthermore, youths with bipolar disorder and comorbid ADHD tend to be less responsive to drugs used in bipolar disorder, suggesting that chronic manic symptoms comorbid with ADHD in youth may not be the same condition or a continuum rather than typical cycloid bipolar disorder (Consoli et al.
Burdak (1979) discussed the dynamics of cycloid and ctenoid scales in squamations of the leaping mullet Liza (= Mugit) saliens (Risso).
EXPLORING THE INTERNAL CONFIGURATION OF THE CYCLOID PERSONALITY: A RORSCHACH COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM STUDY
En nuestro caso hemos analizado las competencias transversales, utilizando una herramienta (TIC) llamada Cycloid, cuyo servidor se encuentra en Finlandia y que permite evaluar 30 competencias personales y sociales.
However, Rightmier points out, that they have poor efficiency due to sliding contact and the cycloid motion causes torque and speed ripple on the output shaft.
According the relation between d and r we speak about a curtate (contracted) cycloid (d < r) or about a prolate one (d > r).
Disk membrane surface densities within outer segments were estimated by counting intersections using cycloid test arc lattices (Baddeley et al.