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(pōr'gez),
Otto, Austrian bacteriologist, 1879-1968. See: Porges method, Porges-Meier test.
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In our model, neurobiophysiological functioning such as the vagal response (i.e., fight, flight, or freeze; Porges, 2011) and neuro-maladaptation (Siegel, 2012) influences the interaction of the person, environment, and behavior.
AbbVie (ABBV) upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at SVB Leerink with analyst Geoffrey Porges citing the "surprise" Allergan (AGN) acquisition announcement, and the stock's 16%-plus selloff intraday.
Others include Marcus Lemonis, chairman and CEO of Camping World; Shelly Porges, co-founder of The Billion Dollar Fund Campaign; author and entrepreneur Casey Gerald and Natalia Oberti Noguera, founder and CEO of Pipeline Angels.
Given its role in self-regulation and social engagement (Porges, 2007), parasympathetic function may be important for couples' interactions and serve as a mechanism to longer-term declines in spouses' health.
Throughout life when fearful most humans will activate their social engagement system (Porges, 1995).
Geoffrey Porges, a biotech analyst at New York-based Sanford C.
MBBS, Director of Therapeutics Research at Leerink Partners Geoffrey Porges added, "As the biopharmaceutical industry rapidly evolves, and new products and technologies emerge at an accelerating pace, our disease -focused Therapeutics Research team will keep abreast of those changes and developments.
(21) Consistent with Critchley's views, Porges described the Polyvagal Theory, (22) which is phylogenetic approach relating the autonomic nervous system to behavior.
The "stripes of glaze draw attention to the randomness of the cracks, even as they are made into something harmonious" (Porges, Gallery Paule Anglim, 2008, p.8).
Fuller treatment possibilities were made available when the research of Stephen W Porges, a professor of psychiatry and director of the Brain-Body Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago, identified the vagus nerve as providing a foundation for emotional tone or affect, social attachments for interpersonal relationships, communication skills, and a person's ability to self-regulate the system responsible for the fight-flight-freeze response.
Stephen Porges' writing, ThePolyvagal Perspective, which has validated the massage technique I have been developing for the last 15 years, following the theories stated in the book Orthopaedia by N.
Porges, PhD, told Ruth Buczynski, PhD, in a 2011 interview.