desynchrony

desynchrony

 
a condition in which the envronmental cues and patterns, such as sleeping and eating, conflict with an individual's existing pattern; one type is jet lag.
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Sleep in seasonal affective disorder patients in forced desynchrony: an explorative study.
In what is called a "forced desynchrony protocol," the researchers extended the subjects' days by four hours.
III--2 Connatal absence or (-) (-) myelin on MRI MRI Hyperintensities SC PV Diffuse localization Cerebral Spectroscopy ND Normal patterns Auditory Evoked Auditory desyn- Auditory desynchrony Potentials.
Escobar, "Food intake during the normal activity phase prevents obesity and circadian desynchrony in a rat model of night work," Endocrinology, vol.
van den Hoofdakker, "Mood regulation in seasonal affective disorder patients and healthy controls studied in forced desynchrony," Psychiatry Research, vol.
The forced desynchrony protocol is another method used to study circadian rhythms.
Hours of boredom, moments of terror: Temporal desynchrony in military and security force operations.
In generalized spike-wave absence seizure, there was long-range desynchrony at onset followed by local and long-range synchronization as seizure progressed.
Robinson, "Sleep propensity under forced desynchrony in a model of arousal state dynamics," Journal of Biological Rhythms, vol.
Ageing and the circadian and homeostatic regulation of human sleep during forced desynchrony of rest, melatonin and temperature rhythms.
This leads to desynchrony between the clocks in the different brain regions (misalignment), which the authors suggest underlies the memory impairment.