2 edition of The mystery of yawning in physiology and disease found in the catalog.
The mystery of yawning in physiology and disease
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||volume editor, O. Walusinski|
|Series||Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience -- v. 28, Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience -- v. 28.|
|LC Classifications||QP372 .M97 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||2010001269|
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Yawning is a stereotyped phylogenetically ancient phenomenon that occurs in almost all vertebrates. As an emotional The mystery of yawning in physiology and disease book and an expressive movement, yawning has many consequences; nevertheless, it has so far been poorly addressed in medical research and practice.
Bringing together the latest research from many fields, this volume integrates current. The mystery of yawning in physiology and disease, O. Walusinski, editor (S. Karger, Basel, Switzerland) pages. Price: US$ ISBN This book is a compilation of studies and hypotheses based on various studies by scientists from different disciplines.
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28) 1st Edition5/5(1). The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease. This book will make valuable and fascinating reading to neurologists, sleep specialists, psychologists, ethologists and pharmacologists, as well as to anybody interested in uncovering Cited by: Get this from a library.
The mystery of yawning in physiology and disease. [Olivier Walusinski;] -- The first complete and authoritative book on yawning. The mystery of yawning in physiology and disease. Foreward Article (PDF Available) in Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience X-XIV January with ReadsAuthor: Olivier Walusinski.
BOOK REVIEW Olivier Walusinski (Ed.): The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease Karger, Basel,pp Akichika Mikami Received: 28 August /Accepted: 10 September /Published online: 2 October Japan Monkey Centre and Springer Yawning is a stereotyped phylogenetically ancient phe-nomenon.
book on yawning The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease Editor Olivier Walusinski Yawning is a stereotyped phylogenetically ancient phenomenon that occurs in almost all vertebrates. As an emotional behavior and an expressive move-ment, yawning has many consequences; nevertheless, it has so far been.
The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease by O. Walusinski and Publisher S. Karger AG (Switzerland). Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is ISBN: Now a French family doctor, Olivier Walusinski, has published what is billed as the first ever textbook on the subject, “The Mystery of Yawning in.
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Karger, Basel,pp. Mikami, A. Olivier Walusinski (Ed.): The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Author: Akichika Mikami. Corey et al. investigated the physiological effect of yawning in a group of 48 students (mean age ± years) and found that there was a significant rise in the heart rate at the peak of yawning (P.
Walusinski O (ed): The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease. Front Neurol Neurosci. Basel, Karger,pp – Methodological Problems in the Study of Contagious Yawning Matthew W.
Campbell Frans B.M. de Waal Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Ga., USA Abstract. Now a French family doctor, Olivier Walusinski, has published what is billed as the first ever textbook on the subject, "The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease" - a collection of the.
Foreword It is an honor and a privilege for me to intro-duce the first textbook in English dedicated to “The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease”.
Yawning may be a function of breathing. Yawns may be more likely when the blood needs oxygen. A yawn causes a big intake of air and a faster heartbeat, which could theoretically mean that it is. Olivier Walusinski is the author of The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease. He gathered a panel of experts to investigate several theories: One school of thought focuses on the fact that yawning is contagious, and when one person yawns, people nearby tend to yawn too.
Yawning is often the first thing we do when we wake up, but we also do it when we are bored, tired or anxious. It is a primitive reflex that we. The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease. Author: Walusinski, Olivier ISBN: may provide useful clinical information.
This book will make valuable and fascinating reading to neurologists, sleep specialists, psychologists, ethologists and pharmacologists, as well as to anybody interested in uncovering the mystery of yawning.
The Mystery Of Yawning. Sanjana Gupta Updated onIST. When you open your mouth and let out a huge yawn, you immediately think that it's because you're sleepy. Why is it contagious then. Yawning is one of the most mysterious functions of the human body.
In fact, you will probably yawn at least once while reading this article Author: Sanjana Gupta. Olivier Walusinski has written: 'The mystery of yawning in physiology and disease' -- subject(s): Yawning, Physiology, Respiratory Physiological Phenomena Asked in Circulatory System.
A yawn is a reflex consisting of the simultaneous inhalation of air and the stretching of the eardrums, followed by an exhalation of breath. Yawning (oscitation) most often occurs in adults immediately before and after sleep, during tedious activities and as a result of its contagious is commonly associated with tiredness, stress, sleepiness, boredom, or even ical system: Nervous system.
Yawning, then, was one of our most primitive, fundamental behaviors—a conclusion that echoed Charles Darwin’s observation, inthat “seeing a dog & horse & man yawn, makes me feel how. Introduction. Yawning has been recorded in all five classes of vertebrates, and is phylogenically old, implying that it is an evolved mechanism that serves an important adaptive function (Baenninger, ).Yawning consists of opening the mouth, deep inspiration, a short period of apnea, followed by expiration (Walusinski and Deputte, ).In humans and other Cited by: Discover Book Depository's huge selection of O Walusinski books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. In the First International Congress on Yawning, held in Paris indifferent hypotheses were presented about the main possible SYS’s mechanisms and purposes (summarized in the book: The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease, edited by Dr O.
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The book follows a yawn as it's past through a menagerie of critters, with each page centering around a cutout circle which imitates the motion one's mouth makes while yawning, or, more importantly, saying the word "yawn", or the sound "aw"/5. In humans, yawning often occurs just before bed and upon waking up, and is also associated with tedious or boring situations.
Although the physiologic roles of yawning have yet to be fully elucidated, the past 50 years of research has led to a much greater understanding of the neuropharmacologic regulation of yawning.
This cute little book, which has been in the New York Times bestseller list, caught my eye at the library. It sat atop the health section, rather incongruous when juxtaposed against the several diet and fitness books on the shelf/5.
Meenakshisundaram R, Walusinski O, et al. Yawning, comparative study of knowledge and beliefs popular and medical. In "The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease. Karger Ed. Parmeggiani PL. REM sleep related increase in brain temperature: a physiologic problem Archives italiennes de biologie ;(1) Most vertebrates yawn in situations ranging from relaxation to tension, but only humans and other primate species that show mental state attribution skills have been convincingly shown to display yawn contagion.
Whether complex forms of empathy are necessary for yawn contagion to occur is still unclear. As empathy is a phylogenetically continuous trait, simple Cited by: A study published in the journal Physiology & Behavior looked at the yawning habits of people and found that yawning occurred less during the winter.
If Author: Jennifer Purdie. The mystery of yawning in physiology and disease Senju's students reported that he and his dog shared many a yawn, but no one had rigorously tested contagious yawning between species.
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Shostakovich, Schumann, Wolf, Pascal), but often a dynamic and paradoxical creativity of the clinical disorder was integrated into their artistic. The video at the bottom of the post is a remarkable 3-D video of a baby yawning in the womb. I was struck at how, while watching it, I began to yawn as well.
I want to say, that yawning is a very deep mystery. I have never heard an explanation for yawning that sounded Continue reading "Pondering the Mystery of Yawning". In O. Walusinski (Ed.), The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease, Frontiers of Neurology and Neuroscience (28) (pp.
Basel, Switzerland: S. Bears do it, bats do it. So do dogs and humans. They all yawn. It's a common behavior, but why is a bit of a mystery. Researchers think yawning may perk up the brain and help with social bonding.
Yawning, then, was one of our most primitive, fundamental behaviors—a conclusion that echoed Charles Darwin’s observation, inthat “seeing a dog & horse & man yawn, makes me feel how much all animals are built on one structure.” Yawning is one of the first things we learn to do.
“Learn” may not even be quite the right word. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your .Download pdf is the act of stretching and yawning.
They said it! A yawn is quite catching you see. Like a cough. It just takes one yawn to start other yawns off." Dr. Seuss (in Dr.
Seuss's Sleep Book, New York: Random House, ) References and further information: Contagious Yawning, Those who feel for others catch yawns. - Neuroscience.ebook. Introduction. Yawning—a ebook inspiration with mouth opening and slow expiration—is a widespread behaviour amongst all vertebrates.
The behavioural repertoire of organisms distantly related to each other such as fish, birds and mammals includes yawning (Walusinski and Deputte, ), although most of our understanding about the prominent features of yawning (e.g.
Author: A. Moyaho, A. Flores Urbina, E. Monjaraz Guzmán, O. Walusinski.