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psychophysiological

[-fiz′ē·əloj′ik]
Etymology: Gk, psyche + physikos, natural
pertaining to physical symptoms, usually under the control of the autonomic nervous system, with emotional origins and involving a single organ system; psychosomatic.
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Psychophysiological stress testing in postinfarction patients.
But when the body is in a psychophysiological imbalance that often occurs with stress and anxiety, the variation in the heart frequency is reduced and the heart beats in a more rhythmic and accelerated form (53).
The amount of training required to achieve optimal functioning varies from one individual to another and is contingent upon his or her unique psychophysiological functioning.
Specific psychophysiological and ergonomic parameters can be measured with state-of-the-art biofeedback technology to allow the performing artist and clinician to collaborate together in a problem solving methodology.
Psychophysiological interactions (PPI) analysis is another functional connectivity method used to analyze the coupling of neuronal activity between distinct brain regions while an individual is engaged in a task.
2011a; Rushall, 1990) have previously been used as simple tools to monitor the immune response and prevent excessive psychophysiological stress that may negatively alter athletes' health and performance.
We cover experiment methodology and then detail our results under three themes: psychophysiological predictors of learning; test-based assessment of learning; subjective mood self-report.
Specific topics include transport by pulsatile flow in a branching network of cerebral vasculature, psychophysiological determinants of a driver's condition, particle motion in coronary serial stenosis, simulating microcrack growth and repair in living bone, an intelligent corset, and image segmentation methods for intracranial aneurysm hemodynamics research.
The elicited conditioned responses can be subjective (urge to eat), psychophysiological (changes in heart rate, pulse volume, changes in defence startle response) or behavioural (search for the substance), and they could motivate or increase the probabilities of persistence of the eating disorder.
Psychophysiological aspects of studying the reliability of operator activity, Ukrainian magazine on problems of medicine work (3): 81-88.
the influence of his psychophysiological peculiarities upon faultlessness and occupational safety should be considered.
It has produced a system for promoting health and managing disease that works for people of differing psychophysiological constitutions.

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