Citations with the tag: STRESS (Psychology) -- Abstracts
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- Interactions of peripheral and central ï¿½ opioid systems during emotional stress.
Bashkatova, Valentina; Prast, Helmut; Umriukhin, Alexei; Sudakov, Sergey // BMC Pharmacology; 2010 Supplement 1, Vol. 10, p1
An abstract of the article "Interactions of peripheral and central ï¿½ opioid systems during emotional stress" from 16th Scientific Symposium of the Austrian Pharmacological Society (APHAR) held in Vienna, Austria from November, 25-27, 2010 is presented.
- Stress coping among nurses in Latvia.
Bashkatova, Valentina; Prast, Helmut; Umriukhin, Alexei; Sudakov, Sergey // International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medi; Mar2011, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p199
An abstract of the article "Stress coping among nurses in Latvia," by Liana Deklava, Inga Millere, and Kristaps Circenis is presented.
- Implementation of Stress Reduction Techniques in Nurse Anesthesia Students.
Seabolt, Lindsay A.; Hadeed, Marianne M. // AANA Journal; Oct2009, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p397
An abstract of the article "Implementation of Stress Reduction Techniques in Nurse Anesthesia Students," by Lindsay A. Seabolt and Marianne M. Hadeed is presented.
- Stress in medical patients.
Samolis, Stavros // Annals of General Psychiatry; 2010 Supplement 1, Vol. 9, p1
An abstract of the article "Stress in Medical Patients," by Stavros Samolis is presented.
- Stress in special groups.
Sotiriou, Michael // Annals of General Psychiatry; 2010 Supplement 1, Vol. 9, p1
An abstract of the article "Stress in Special Groups," by Michael Sotiriou is presented.
- Chronic emotional stress increases infarct size in rats: The role oxidative damage in response to sympathetic hyperactivity.
Mercanoglu, G.; Safran, N.; Eroglu, L. // European Journal of Heart Failure. Supplements; Jun2008, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p27
An abstract of the article "Chronic emotional stress increases infarct size in rats: The role oxidative damage in response to sympathetic hyperactivity," by G. Mercanoglu, N. Safran, and L. Eroglu is presented.
- Panel Session Non-5-HT Components of the Midbrain Raphe Nuclei: Implications for Stress and Psychotherapy.
Mercanoglu, G.; Safran, N.; Eroglu, L. // Neuropsychopharmacology; Dec2004 Supplement 1, Vol. 29, pS38
Presents abstracts of articles on stress and psychotherapy presented at the 43rd annual meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology.
- Panel Session The Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis: Where Stress and Anxiety Meet Drug Abuse.
Mercanoglu, G.; Safran, N.; Eroglu, L. // Neuropsychopharmacology; Dec2004 Supplement 1, Vol. 29, pS66
Presents abstracts of studies on stress and anxiety presented at the 43rd annual meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology.
- Cognitive Coping Mechanisms in Patients with Alcohol Addiction.
Dindelegan, Camelia M. // Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy / Revista de PSIHOterapie ; Jun2014, Vol. 17 Issue 2, following p42
Introduction: In order to cope with daily stress that is present in everyday life, man turns to certain defensive mechanisms against disturbances. Objectives: This paper aims to highlight aspects of cognitive coping mechanisms in men diagnosed with alcohol addiction, given the fact that they...
- Simple Pleasures.
Dindelegan, Camelia M. // Icons of Loss & Grace: Moments from the Natural World; 2004, p76
An essay is presented on flowers which are considered as simple pleasures by the author. She says that walking among the flowers in her garden helps to relieve her stress. She believes that in learning to pay attention to a little patch of ground, one learns to pay attention to the world and...
- Immune and stress factors alter colonic contractile activity.
Buckley, M. M.; O'Malley, D. // Proceedings of the Physiological Society; 2014, p86P
An abstract of the article "Immune and stress factors alter colonic contractile activity" by M.M Buckley and D. O'Malley is presented.
- Effect of pranayama on mental stress and job satisfaction of teachers of Banaras Hindu University.
Yaduvanshi, Santosh; Dureha, D K; Singh, Moradhvaj; Mishra, Pooja // British Journal of Sports Medicine; Sep2010 Supp, Vol. 44 Issue S1, pi70
Introduction Breath is life and life is breath. Breath is the key to the mystery of life. A human life is measured from the first to the last breath. Breathing is not only an instinctive relax to satisfy the need of body for oxygen but it has been considered that controlled breathing can be used...
- Abstracts of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Israel Society for Neuroscience.
Yaduvanshi, Santosh; Dureha, D K; Singh, Moradhvaj; Mishra, Pooja // Neural Plasticity; 2007, Vol. 2007, Special section p1
The article presents abstracts on topics related to neuroscience which include the effect of network activity on layer 5 neorcortical pyramidal neurons from the rat, the impact of prepubertal stress exposure on adult stress response and the impact of phonological transparency on reading.
- In Brief.
Yaduvanshi, Santosh; Dureha, D K; Singh, Moradhvaj; Mishra, Pooja // Nature Reviews Neuroscience; Sep2009, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p625
The article presents abstracts on medical topics which include the impact of stress on decision making, the role of hippocampal calcium to a cellular mechanism for limiting plasticity, and the association of amyloid deposition with impaired default network function in adults with dementia.
- 726 Mental stress and myocardial ischemia: hemodynamic and echocardiographic parameters.
Stepanovic, J.; Ostojic, M.; Lecic-Tosevski, D.; Vukovic, O.; Pejovic, M.; Djordjevic-Dikic, A.; Nedeljkovic, I.; Beleslin, B.; Giga, V.; Stojkovic, S. // European Journal of Echocardiography; 2003, Vol. 4 Issue suppl_1, pS93
An abstract of the article "Mental Stress and Myocardial Ischemia: Hemodynamic and Echocardiographic Parameters" by J. Stepanovic and colleagues is presented.
- RECRUITING PSYCHIATRISTS.
Walsh, Elizabeth // British Journal of Psychiatry; Apr2002, Vol. 180, pA15
The article presents abstracts of articles related to the recruitment of psychiatrists. They include "Recruiting and Retaining Psychiatrists," by D. Storer, and "Recruitment Into Psychiatry," by L. Brockington and D. Mumford.
- ON MATERIALISM, COPING AND CONSUMER BEHAVIORS UNDER TRAUMATIC STRESS.
Ruvio, Ayalla A.; Somer, Eli // AMA Summer Educators' Conference Proceedings; 2012, Vol. 23, p184
An abstract of the article "On Materialism, Coping and Consumer Behaviors Under Traumatic Stress," by Ayalla A. Ruvio et al. is presented.
- Chronic stress promotes risk loving behavior in young adults.
Ceccato, Smarandita; Kudielka, Brigitte M.; Schwieren, Christiane // NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference Proceedings; 2014, p41
Chronic stress, the consequence of prolonged exposure to one or multiple stressors, is a public health problem that affects a significant part of the population. While the bodily "wear-and-tear" caused by chronic stress is under thorough investigation, its cognitive effects, especially those...
- MICRO RNAS ARE INVOLVED IN THE PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS-INDUCED CARDIAC DISORDERS IN RATS.
Ceccato, Smarandita; Kudielka, Brigitte M.; Schwieren, Christiane // Heart; Oct2010, pA21
An abstract of the article "Micro RNAs Are Involved in the Psychological Stress-Induced Cardiac Disorders in Rats" by Liu Bin, Wang Yuehui, Wang Lishuang, Zhao Zhuo and Wang Xiaodong is presented.
- The Nature of Anxiety.
Singer, K. // British Journal of Psychiatry; May72, Vol. 120 Issue 558, p573
The article presents an abstract of the research "The Nature of Anxiety." It discusses the three aspects of various types of anxiety such as subjective aspects, cognitive factors and physiological concomitants. It presents the model for normal and pathological anxiety which incorporates the...
- Stress as a Predictor in Schizophrenia.
Wallis, Geoffrey G. // British Journal of Psychiatry; Jan72, Vol. 120 Issue 554, p96
The article presents an abstract of the article "Stress as a Predictor in Schizophrenia," by G. G. Wallis. According to this study, every patient invalided from the Royal Navy with the diagnosis of schizophrenia between 1947 and 1956 was scored as objectively as possible for service, family,...
- Chronic stress in elderly carers of dementia patients and antibody response to influenza...
Vedhara, K; Cox, NK; Wilcock, GK; Perks, P; Hunt, M; Anderson, S; Lightman, SL; Shanks, NM // Advances in Mind-Body Medicine; Spring2000, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p103
Presents an abstract of the article 'Chronic Stress in Elderly Carers of Dementia Patients and Antibody Response to Influenza Vaccination,' by K. Vedhara, N.K. Cox, G.K. Wilcock, P. Perks, M. Hunt, S. Anderson, S.L. Lightman and N.M. Shanks published in the 1999 issue of 'Lancet' journal.
- PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF BURNOUT SYNDROME IN MEDICAL INSTITUTE LECTURERS.
Alimova, I. S.; Ermolaeva, L. H.; Nasonova, N. V.; Shabalina, M. O. // Vestnik Sankt-Peterburgskogo Universiteta, Seriia 11: Medicina; 2015, Issue 2, p14
The facts of influence on the emotional burnout syndrome discussed in the article are the length of service, medical practice, psychological aspects of personality. 28 lecturers of St. Petersburg I. I. Mechnicov state Medical Academy (43,3Â±1,2 years old) took part in this investigation. All...
- Effect of meditation on mental stress and job satisfaction of teachers of Banaras Hindu University.
Mishra, Pooja; Singh, Moradhvaj; Yaduvanshi, Santosh; Dureha, D K // British Journal of Sports Medicine; Sep2010 Supp, Vol. 44 Issue S1, pi70
Introduction Studies show that stress plays an important role on teacher's health and their job satisfaction. Usually the people are not aware about the amount of their stress that is, inadequate. They are not aware as how to reduce their stress. At work, they have to meet the expectation of...
- Reviewing psychological and Emotional effects in infertile and fertle women.
Shiran, E. // Iranian Journal of Reproductive Medicine; Jun2014 Supplement, Vol. 12, p124
Introduction: Infertility is a major problem so long as there is a serious problem in many communities. For infertile couples. It is among the most important problems that are more serious underlying problems, increased anxiety, stress and depression in infertile women is. Through the support of...
- Proposal of methodology for analysis of stress level based on EEG signals.
Pomer-Escher, Alexandre; Bastos-Filho, Teodiano; Souza, Maria Dolores // BMC Proceedings; 10/1/2014, p1
An abstract of the article "Proposal of methodology for analysis of stress level based on EEG signals" by Alexandre Pomer-Escher and colleagues is presented.
- Psychiatric Experience of the Abortion Act (1967).
Todd, N. A. // British Journal of Psychiatry; Jun71, Vol. 118 Issue 547, p697
An abstract of the article "Psychiatric Experience of the Abortion Act," N. A. Todd is presented. Incidence of major psychosis and mental deficiency and history of previous psychiatric illness was very low. Reactive depression was the most common diagnosis, which usually the product of social...
- Stres i kardiovaskularni sustav.
Lovrić, Martina; Benčić // Cardiologia Croatica; Sep/Oct2014, Vol. 9 Issue 9/10, p422
There are several hypothesized mechanisms by which stress might trigger changes in cardiovascular (CV) system: chemical stressors, physical and/or biological 'stressors'. All of them are acting through endogenous pathways with complex interaction between the circulating hormones, cellular...
- Research Digest.
Lovrić, Martina; Benčić // Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association; 8/8/2015, Vol. 177 Issue 6, p153
The article presents abstracts on topics related to veterinary medicine which include the higher stress levels and decreased quality of life of bereaved dog owners, slaughterhouse sampling as alternative for cattle disease surveillance, and the risk factors for epistaxis in horses.
- How head and neck consultants manage patients' emotional distress during cancer follow-up consultations: a multilevel study.
Lovrić, Martina; Benčić // British Dental Journal; 2/13/2015, Vol. 218 Issue 3, p177
'When to do what' rather than 'what should be done'.
- Mental stress associated changes in heart rate and blood pressure: Relation to body composition, physical fitness and autonomic status.
Ghosh, S. // Proceedings of the Physiological Society; 2013, p625P
Influence of mental stress on cardiovascular function differs from individual to individual, based on a variety of inherent factors (1). . Some people show characteristically greater cardiovascular reactivity than others to behaviourally stressful situations. Cardiovascular reactivity reflects...
Ghosh, S. // Annals of Behavioral Medicine; Apr2010 Supplement, Vol. 39, p1
The article presents abstracts of studies to be presented at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) on April 7-10, 2010 including "The Role of Subjective Perceptions of Reactivity in Stress Regulation," by Rau and colleagues, "Multiple Health Behavior Change...
- Exercise caution when stressed: The effect of stress on exercise behavior and performance.
Ghosh, S. // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology; Jul2009 Supplement, Vol. 31, pS13
The article presents abstracts on sports and exercise psychology including the study that examines the effect of self-reported, stressful life on strength gains, the cross-sectional studies which document the inverse relation between psychological stress and exercise participation, and the...
Ghosh, S. // Journal of Family Studies; Dec2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p327
The article presents abstracts related to parenting including the parenting styles in first-generation Latinos, parenting stress among Chinese mothers with children advancing from primary to secondary school and the influence of parenting styles and parental involvement on student academic...
- Psychosocial factors and stress.
Ghosh, S. // Advances in Mind-Body Medicine; Fall2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p278
This article presents abstracts of several research papers on psychosocial factors associated with stress. Some of these researches are: "Changes in autonomic and EEG patterns induced by hypnotic imagination of aversive stimuli in man," "Stress reactivity after maximal exercise: the effect of...
- Psychosocial stress and cardiovascular reactivity.
Ghosh, S. // Advances in Mind-Body Medicine; Fall2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p279
The article presents abstracts of two research papers on the relation of psychosocial stress and cardiovascular reactivity. "Cardiovascular reactivity and adaptation to recurrent psychological stress: the moderating effects of evaluative observation," was conducted by R.M. Kelsey, J. Blascovich,...
- Psychosocial stress and physiological reactivity.
Ghosh, S. // Advances in Mind-Body Medicine; Fall2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p281
This article presents abstract of the research paper "The stability of and intercorrelations among cardiovascular, immune, endocrine, and psychological reactivity," conducted by S. Cohen, N. Hamrick, M.S. Rodriguez, P.J. Feldman, B.S. Rabin, and S.B. Manuck. According to the study,...
- Psychosocial stress and immune function.
Ghosh, S. // Advances in Mind-Body Medicine; Fall2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p281
This article presents abstract of the research paper "In humans, serum polyunsaturated fatty acid levels predict the response of proinflammatory cytokines to psychologic stress," conducted by M. Maes, A. Christophe, E. Bosmans, A. Lin, and H. Neels. The objective of the study is to find whether...
- Physical factors and stress reactivity.
Ghosh, S. // Advances in Mind-Body Medicine; Fall2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p282
This article presents abstracts of two research papers that deal with physical factors and psychological stress response. These researches are: "The effects of transdermal estradiol on the response to mental stress in postmenopausal women: a randomized trial," and "Increased susceptibility to...
- Stress and brain-immune interaction.
Ghosh, S. // Advances in Mind-Body Medicine; Fall2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p287
This article presents abstracts of two research papers that deal with psychological stress and interaction between brain and immune system. These researches are: ""Changes in the leukocyte distribution and surface expression of adhesion molecules accompanied with hypothalamically induced...
- In This Issue.
Ghosh, S. // Clinical Autonomic Research; Dec2008, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p291
The article presents abstracts of papers published within the issue including "Stroke and the autonomic nervous system: A Complicated relationship," "Mental stress is not the same for men and women" and "Obesity can be bad for your brain."
- Sport and Exercise Psychology.
Ghosh, S. // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology; Jun2009 Supplement, Vol. 31, pS13
The article presents abstracts on papers related to sport and exercise psychology including "Breaking down the stress-exercise relationship, and considering exercise as a stressor and a coping mechanism," by Rafer S. Lutz, "Physiological recovery from muscle disruption following exhaustive...
- ORAL PRESENTATION.
Ghosh, S. // Journal of Ayurveda & Integrative Medicine; 2013 Supplement 1, Vol. 4 Issue 5-4, p1
The article presents abstracts on medical topics which include the clinical study of the Ashwagandha on generalised anxiety disorder, the study of metabolic syndrome with arjuna and agnimantha, and the study of the effectiveness of dashmool taila matrabasti in the treatment of pravahika.
Ghosh, S. // Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales; dec2006, Issue 165, p121
The article presents abstracts of several papers published within the issue. They include "The hijacking of workplace safety by management," "Resistance to the psychologization of work-related difficulties," and "Ergonomics, productivity and work-related fatigue."
- Other SCOR Abstracts.
Ghosh, S. // Journal of Women's Health (15409996); Oct2008, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p1252
The article presents abstracts on medical topics which includes the study on the microbial and inflammatory events before recurrent urinary tract infection (rUTI), progesterone treatment for cocaine dependence in female rats, and a study on the gender differences in responses of adolescents to...
- Psychology and Counselling.
Ghosh, S. // Human Reproduction; Jun2010 Supplement 1, Vol. 25 Issue suppl_1, pi280
The article presents abstracts on medical studies related to infertility counseling and psychology which include the effects of social support and coping strategies on infertility stress in women, the emotional impact of infertility in women, and the beliefs of couples undergoing assisted...
- Free Communications, Poster Presentations: Stress and Strain Issues in Athletic Training.
Ghosh, S. // Journal of Athletic Training (National Athletic Trainers' Associ; May/Jun2008 Supplement, Vol. 43, pS.138
The article presents abstracts on athletic training topics which include the retention and attrition factors of female certified athletic trainers, work stress factors of secondary school athletic instructors, and research on the burnout levels in a semester of an athletic trained student.
- DataBase: Research and Evaluation Results.
Adams, Troy B. // American Journal of Health Promotion; Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p56
Several abstracts for health promotion-related articles are presented including "Weight Maintenance 2 Years After Participation in a Weight Loss Program Promoting Low-Energy Density Foods," by L. F. Greene, C. Z. Malpede, C. S. Henson, K. A. Hubbert, D. C. Heimburger, and J. D. Ard, "Physical...
- ABSTRACTS (English).
Adams, Troy B. // Journal of Comparative Family Studies; Sep2011, Vol. 42 Issue 4, preceding p421
The article presents abstracts on topics relating to family studies including how childlessness affects norms of familial responsibility, how adolescent girls perceive living together without being married, and acculturative stress among Asian international graduate student parents and spouses.
- Worth Reading.
Calhoun, Stacy // Impaired Driving Update; Spring2013, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p44
The article presents abstracts related to impaired driving including the road range of drug dependents, the suicidal ideation of teenagers, and anatomy of anxiety and anger.