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The biological basis for mind body interactions

Author: E A Mayer; C B Saper
Publisher: New York : Elsevier, 2000.
Series: Progress in brain research, vol. 122.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The current volume focuses on several key aspects of mind/brain/body interactions in health and disease, including specific examples of interactions between body and brain, mechanisms underlying the response of the system to stressors, the role of early life events in permanently biasing the responsiveness of the system and practical implications of mind body interactions in human disease. The volume on Biological  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: E A Mayer; C B Saper
ISBN: 1281513679 9781281513670 9786611513672 6611513671 0080862470 9780080862477
OCLC Number: 1125738895
Language Note: English.
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Chapter 28. The cost-effectiveness of mind-body medicine interventions
Description: 1 online resource (545 p.).
Contents: Front Cover; Progress in Brain Research: The Biological Basis for Mind Body Interactions; Copyright Page; List of Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Section I: Introduction; Chapter 1. Minding the mind; Section II: Relationship between mind, brain and emotions; Chapter 2. Topography and relationships of mind and brain; Section III: The neurobiology of the stress response; Chapter 3. Protective and damaging effects of stress mediators: central role of the brain; Chapter 4. Interactions between the immune and neuroendocrine systems Chapter 5. Depression really does hurt your heart: stress, depression and cardiovascular diseaseChapter 6. Circuits and mechanisms governing hypothalamic responses to stress: a tale of two paradigms; Section IV: Early life experiences and the developing brain; Chapter 7. Long-term behavioral and neuroendocrine adaptations to adverse early experience; Chapter 8. Neurobiological correlates of defensive behaviors; Chapter 9. Effects of perinatal pain and stress; Chapter 10. Early life abuses in the past history of patients with gastrointestinal tract and pelvic floor dysfunctions Section V: Influences of the internal environment on the brainChapter 11. Responses of afferent neurons to the contents of the digestive tract, and their relation to endocrine and immune responses; Chapter 12. The controls of eating: brain meanings of food stimuli; Chapter 13. Effects of nutrients on brain function; Chapter 14. The evolving neurobiology of gut feelings; Section VI: Influences of the body on the brain; Chapter 15. Integration of viscerosomatic sensory input at the spinal level Chapter 16. The medial pain system, cingulate cortex, and parallel processing of nociceptive informationChapter 17. Pain as a visceral sensation; Chapter 18. Pain modulation: expectation, opioid analgesia and virtual pain; Chapter 19. Mechanisms of analgesia produced by hypnosis and placebo suggestions; Chapter 20. The role of vagal visceral afferents in the control of nociception; Section VII: The influence of brain and mind on the body; Chapter 21. Affect, cognition, the immune system and health; Chapter 22. Memory networks in the prefrontal cortex Chapter 23. Non-conscious brain processing indexed by psychophysiological measuresChapter 24. Brain mediation of active and passive emotional coping; Chapter 25. Specificity in the organization of the autonomic nervous system: a basis for precise neural regulation of homeostatic and protective body functions; Chapter 26. The impact of emotions on the heart; Chapter 27. Neural influence on immune responses: underlying suppositions and basic principles of neural-immune signaling; Section VIII: Practical use of mind-body interactions in medicine
Series Title: Progress in brain research, vol. 122.
Responsibility: edited by E.A. Mayer, C.B. Saper.

Abstract:

The current volume focuses on several key aspects of mind/brain/body interactions in health and disease, including specific examples of interactions between body and brain, mechanisms underlying the response of the system to stressors, the role of early life events in permanently biasing the responsiveness of the system and practical implications of mind body interactions in human disease. The volume on Biological Basis for Mind Body Interactions is organized into 6 major sections, each dealing with a unique aspect of the general topic: After establishing the relationship between mind, b.

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