physiological reaction


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When it comes to physiological reactions to their immediate environment, heart rate significantly increases for entrepreneurs versus non-entrepreneurs when they are in the process of recognizing an opportunity to be good (Craig, Lindsay, Kropp and Moores, 2000).
Physiological reactions of experimental goats during grazing period Rectal Group Hours temperature ([degrees] C) P 07:00-08:00 39.
The scientists discovered that the most stable and abundant PCBs found in human tissues activated PXR and induced expression of target genes for metabolizing the toxicants, producing a protective physiological reaction in rodents.
Afterwards, participants had to choose from the physiological reaction list up to five facilitating symptoms concomitant to facilitating affect, and then label them positive or negative.
Stress is the psychological and physiological reaction that takes place when one perceives an imbalance in the demand level and the capacity to meet that demand.
Officers cannot say at this stage if the ecstasy was contaminated or whether it was the girl's physiological reaction to the drug which caused her to collapse.
Instead, a physiological reaction (often a measure of electrodermal activity; EDA) related to the stimuli is a more reliable indicator (e.
For example, according to this model, the intensity of craving should be determined by the magnitude of the physiological reaction generated by AOD-related stimuli.
By casting aside the psychological onus that humans ``must'' die, Brown and his adherents believe that a physiological reaction then follows - a regeneration of body cells that defies death and disease.
Heuser then observes how much blood and oxygen are going into the patient's brain: A patient with MCS, Heuser explains, will show less blood profusion into the temporal, frontal and parietal lobes, indicating a noticeable physiological reaction to the inhaled substance.
Any claim made on a product taken orally falls under EU food law, and a 'beautifying effect' must be brought about by a physiological reaction to the ingested nutricosmetic (a biological active ingredient or formulation).
In fact, each woman will have her own physiological reaction to menopause, and each will have to make the decision that is right for her.
Officers cannot say if the ecstasy was contaminated or whether it was the girl's physiological reaction to the drug which caused her to collapse.
They examined the specific physiological reaction of the test subjects to images showing either delicious food or non-edible objects.
Surprisingly the physiological reaction to the thought of facial acupuncture actually stimulates collagen which fills out lines and gives firmness to the skin.
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