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Physiological State

Definition of the noun physiological state

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noun

  1. the condition or state of the body or bodily functions

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Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Psychological Theories (2006)

by J.E. Roeckelein

Where these other theories assumed that each emotion is associated with a specific physiological state or condition (cf., Funkenstein, 1955), Schachter and Singer argued that individuals who are in a state of physiological arousal for which ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Animal Science (Print) (2004)

by Wilson G. Pond

The perception of the threat is mostly related to prior experience and the physiological state of the animal (Fig. 1). Once the threat has been perceived, adaptive responses are initiated by evoking well-orchestrated defenses that include ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Food Microbiology (2014)

by Carl A. Batt

pH will influence this physiological state. In foods, these parameters are also used as a technological lever to ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience (2010)

Stress – A physiological state, manifest by an adaptive syndrome that works in the direction of producing a return to homeostasis. Introduction Arousal is a dynamic state that exists in a continuum from low states of arousal to high states of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Media Violence (2013)

One-Volume Set by Matthew S. Eastin

Physiological arousal can be caused by distinct forms of media resulting in both a psychological and physiological state of ...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Psychology (2016)

by Harold L. Miller, Jr.

Subsequent research came to regard homeostasis as a specific type of regulatory system that uses a setpoint, or builtin goal value, to maintain a stable physiological state. Constant comparisons between the current setpoint and the desired ...

Google previewThe Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging, 3 Volume Set (2016)

by Susan Krauss Whitbourne

In the stage of resistance, the organism seeks to adapt to the stressor by attaining homeostasis, a physiological state where systems are operating within a set normal range. This stage involves replenishments of corticosteroid reserves in the ...

Google previewDictionary of Theories, Laws, and Concepts in Psychology (1998)

by Jon E. Roeckelein

Where these other theories assumed that each emotion is associated with a specific physiological state or condition (cf: Funkenstein, 1955), Schachter and Singer argued that individuals who are in a state of physiological arousal for which ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Lifestyle Medicine and Health (2011)

by James M. Rippe

The coupling of the risks of heat stroke with short-term changes in the physiological state (e.g., immune system status) suggests that heat tolerance or intolerance is transient. An athlete may tolerate a certain level of heat stress without ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, Rehabilitation of Sports Injuries (2008)

Scientific Basis by Walter R. Frontera

Conclusions Although inflammation is often thought of as an unwanted effect of trauma or overtraining, it represents a physiological state of repair that's purpose is to return the individual to a state of functional recovery. The development of an ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia medica (1900)

by Chalmers Watson

Age and sex affect the origin and development of eczema only so far as they modify the physiological state of the skin. The skin, like the cortex of the brain, gradually acquires the power of control, passing through the immaturity of infancy , the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microbiology, Four-Volume Set (2000)

by Martin Alexander, Barry R. Bloom, David A. Hopwood, Roger Hull, Barbara H. Iglewski, Allen I. Laskin, Stephen G. Oliver, Moselio Schaechter, William C. Summers

This aspect of continuous cultivation, plus the fact that cells are maintained in an active, relatively well-controlled physiological state, has made chemostats ex- tremely useful for both physiological and ecological studies. Chemostats can also ...

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