Psychophysiology: Human Behavior and Physiological Response

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Subject Index
A
Ā, see Autonomic balance score Ā
Acetylcholine, 16, 18
Action potential of neuron, 17, 20-21
negative after potential, 20
positive after potential, 20
spike potential, 17, 20
Activation theory, 401-405
ascending reticular activating system (ARAS), 24, 401, 403-404
induced muscle tension (IMT), 402-403
inverted U-shaped curve, 402
neurophysiological bases, 403-404
Adenosine diphosphate (ADP), 168
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), 168
Affective states, see Pupillary response
Afferent feedback, see stimulus response specificity
All-or-none principle of neuronal firing, 15
Alpha wave, 26
Amino acids, 16-17
Anger, see Heart activity
Anxiety,
autonomic balance score, 400
EMG biofeedback and, 373
Aristotle, 4
Arteries, 302-303
Ascending reticular activation system (ARAS), see activation theory
Asthma, see Biofeedback applications
Attention contingent negative variation, 137-143
EEG, 61-62,
ERPs, 120-124
heart rate, 267
orienting response, 414-415
Attitude, see Pupillary response
Auditory evoked potential (AEP), 87-88
Auditory system testing, see sensory system testing, evoked potential audiometry
Autonomic balance, 399-401
anxiety, 400
cold pressor (CP), 397-398
homeostasis, 400
menstruation, 427-428
PNS dominance, 399-400
psychosomatic disorders, 400
SNS dominance, 399-400
Autonomic balance score Ā, 399-400
Autonomic nervous system (ANS), 35-39
Autonomic response specificity, 405-408
Average evoked potential, see Event-related potentials
Avicenna, 6-7
Axon, 13-16

B
Baroreceptors, 260, 303-304
Behavioral disorders, 354-359
agoraphobia, 358
anxiety neurosis, 357
panic disorder, 358
psychiatric diagnosis and brain ERPs, 354-356
psychopathy, 356
psychopathy and EDA, 357-358
schizophrenia and CNV, 299
schizophrenia and P300, 355
schizophrenia and EDA, 357
schizophrenia and the EEG, 356-357
schizophrenia and HR, 358
schizophrenia and sensory ERPs, 354-356
Beta wave, see Electroencephalogram
Biofeedback, 365-395
blood pressure, 379-380
blood volume, 386

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