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Temporal disorder in human oscillatory systems

proceedings of an international symposium, University of Bremen, 8-13 September 1986

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biological rhythms -- Congresses.,
  • Physiology, Pathological -- Congresses.,
  • Biological Clocks -- congresses.,
  • Circadian Rhythm -- congresses.,
  • Models, Biological -- congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementeditors, L. Rensing, U. an der Heiden, M.C. Mackey.
    SeriesSpringer series in synergetics ;, 36, Springer series in synergetics ;, v. 36.
    ContributionsRensing, Ludger., Heiden, Uwe an der, 1942-, Mackey, Michael C., 1942-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP84.6 .T44 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 259 p. :
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2383927M
    ISBN 100387177655
    LC Control Number87012750

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The dynamics of these systems are characterized by changes in the properties of an oscillator, transitions from oscillatory states into chaotic or stationary states, and vice versa, coupling or uncoupling between two or more oscillators.

Any deviation from the normal range to either more or less ordered states may be defined as temporal disorder. Temporal Disorder in Human Oscillatory Systems: Proceedings of an International Symposium, University of Bremen, September (Springer Series in Synergetics): Medicine & Health Science Books @ mat: Hardcover.

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Temporal Disorder in Human Oscillatory Systems: Proceedings of an International Symposium University of Bremen, September [Ludger Rensing; Uwe Heiden; Michael C Mackey] -- Rhythms of the heart and of the nervous and endocrine system, breathing, locomotory movements, sleep, circadian rhythms and tissue cell cycles are major.

Rensing L., an der Heiden U., Mackey M.C. () Temporal Disorder-Introductory Remarks. In: Temporal Disorder in Human Oscillatory Systems. Springer Series in Synergetics, vol Author: Ludger Rensing, Uwe an der Heiden, Michael C.

Mackey. an der Heiden & M.C. Mackey "Mixed feedback: A paradigm for regular and irregular oscillations", in Temporal Disorder in Human Oscillatory Systems (eds. Rensing, U. an der Heiden, and M.C.

Mackey), Springer- Verlag, New York, Berlin, Heidelbergpp 30–Alma mater: University of Kansas, University. Mathematical Physiology Laboratory McIntyre Medical Sciences Building Promenade Sir William Osler Montréal, Québec H3G 1Y6.

from book Temporal disorder in human oscillatory systems. Proceedings of an International Symposium, University of Bremen, September(pp) Coordination in the Circulatory and Author: Friedhart Raschke. Author(s): Rensing,Ludger; Heiden,Uwe an der,; Mackey,Michael C, Title(s): Temporal disorder in human oscillatory systems: proceedings of an.

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8% off. Temporal Disorder in Human Oscillatory Systems. Ludger Rensing. 21 May Paperback. Introduction. Oscillatory systems arise naturally in biological sciences such as in, circadian biology [1–3], cell biology [4–9], endocrinology [], metabolic cycle [], evolutionary psychology [12, 13], motor behavior [], and so unperturbed oscillatory system is a tightly regulated temporal process with several components that execute their functions in an orderly manner like an Cited by: 4.

Theta Oscillations in the Human Medial Temporal Lobe during Real World Ambulatory Movement. Zahra M. Aghajan1, Peter Schuette1, Tony Fields2, Michelle Tran3, Sameed Siddiqui1, Nick Hasulak4, Thomas K.

Tcheng4, Dawn Eliashiv2, John Stern2, Itzhak Fried1,3,5, Nanthia Suthana1,3,6. Affiliations: 1. Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, Semel Cited by: 1.

Aghajan et al. record deep brain activity, during untethered freely moving behavior, from participants chronically implanted with depth electrodes.

They demonstrate that 8 Hz theta oscillations, the hallmark of spatial navigation in rodents, also occur in humans, albeit in shorter bouts that are more prevalent during fast versus slow by: Nevertheless, the ultimate goal is a better understanding of the basic principles of spatio-temporal organization, in order to treat periodic diseases or other perturbations of "normal" dynamics in human oscillatory by: 1.

"Mixed feedback: A paradigm for regular and irregular oscillations", in Temporal Disorder in Human Oscillatory Systems (eds. Rensing, U. an der Heiden, and M.C. Mackey), Springer- Verlag, New York, Berlin, Heidelbergpp Neural oscillations, or brainwaves, are rhythmic or repetitive patterns of neural activity in the central nervous system.

Neural tissue can generate oscillatory activity in many ways, driven either by mechanisms within individual neurons or by interactions between neurons.

In individual neurons, oscillations can appear either as oscillations in membrane potential or as rhythmic. Raschke F. Coordination in the circulatory and respiratory Inspiratory timing during anaesthesia systems, In: Rensing L, an der Heiden U, Mackey MC. Multiple oscillatory rhythms determine the temporal organization of perception Luca Ronconia,1, Nikolaas N.

Oosterhofa, Claudia Bonmassara, and David Melchera aCenter for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Rovereto, Italy Edited by David J. Heeger, New York University, New York, NY, and approved November 7, (received for review Aug Cited by:   Here, we hypothesize that the capacity of attention to transiently focus and swiftly change relates to the critical dynamics emerging when neuronal systems balance at a point of instability between order and disorder.

In FA meditation, however, the ability to stay focused is trained, which may be associated with a more homogeneous brain by: 8. 'Auditory temporal processing' determines our understanding of speech, our appreciation of music, our ability to localize a sound source, and even to listen to a person in a noisy crowd.

Sound is dynamic and as such has temporal and spectral content. In disorders such as auditory neuropathy and MS, problems can occur with these temporal representations of sound. 1. Introduction. Working memory (WM) is a core cognitive function that supports the active maintenance and manipulation of various domains of information in order to complete complex and everyday tasks (Baddeley, ).A major breakthrough in understanding the neural mechanisms of WM originated from studies in monkeys, which demonstrated that single Cited by: Associations between oscillatory anomalies and symptom severity were probed.

Children with ASD exhibited region-ally specific elevations in delta (1–4 Hz), theta (4–8 Hz), alpha (8–12 Hz), and high frequency (20– Hz) power, supporting an imbalance of neural excitation/inhibition as a neurobiological feature of ASD. Increased.