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1954 20
1955 28
1956 35
1957 33
1958 31
1959 43
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1962 74
1963 124
1964 213
1965 242
1966 159
1967 211
1968 180
1969 227
1970 222
1971 237
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1973 275
1974 311
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1977 297
1978 316
1979 306
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1982 435
1983 424
1984 472
1985 406
1986 508
1987 768
1988 977
1989 1378
1990 1919
1991 1670
1992 1508
1993 1387
1994 1369
1995 1271
1996 1179
1997 1090
1998 1082
1999 977
2000 1241
2001 1390
2002 1394
2003 1317
2004 1628
2005 1854
2006 2277
2007 2530
2008 2760
2009 2785
2010 2738
2011 3092
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Effectiveness of Sensory Stimulation to Improve Arousal and Alertness of People in a Coma or Persistent Vegetative State After Traumatic Brain Injury: A Systematic Review.
Padilla R and Domina A. Am J Occup Ther 2016 - Review. PMID 27089287
OBJECTIVE: This systematic review evaluates the effectiveness of sensory stimulation to improve arousal and alertness of people in a coma or persistent vegetative state after traumatic brain injury (TBI). ...RESULTS: Included studies provide strong evidence that multimodal sensory stimulation improves arousal and enhances clinical outcomes for people in a coma or persistent vegetative state after TBI. ...
OBJECTIVE: This systematic review evaluates the effectiveness of sensory stimulation to improve arousal and alertness of people in a …
Dual-transmitter systems regulating arousal, attention, learning and memory.
Ma S, et al. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 28757457 Free PMC article.
Modulation of these different neural networks might be effective treatments of diseases related to arousal/sleep dysfunction and of cognitive dysfunction in psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders....
Modulation of these different neural networks might be effective treatments of diseases related to arousal/sleep dysfunction and of c …
Deconstructing arousal into wakeful, autonomic and affective varieties.
Satpute AB, et al. Neurosci Lett 2019 - Review. PMID 29378297 Free PMC article.
Arousal plays a central role in a wide variety of phenomena, including wakefulness, autonomic function, affect and emotion. Despite its importance, it remains unclear as to how the neural mechanisms for arousal are organized across them. In this article, we review neuroscience findings for three of the most common origins of arousal: wakeful arousal, autonomic arousal, and affective arousal. ...
Arousal plays a central role in a wide variety of phenomena, including wakefulness, autonomic function, affect and emotion. Despite i
Tracking arousal state and mind wandering with pupillometry.
Unsworth N and Robison MK. Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci 2018. PMID 29654476
In four experiments, the association between arousal state and different mind-wandering states was examined. Participants performed a sustained attention task while pupil responses were continuously recorded. ...Across the four experiments, the results suggested that in situations that promoted on-task behaviors and focused external attention, mind wandering was associated with lowered arousal, as seen by smaller tonic pupil diameters and smaller phasic pupillary responses. ...
In four experiments, the association between arousal state and different mind-wandering states was examined. Participants performed a …
Synchrony and Physiological Arousal Increase Cohesion and Cooperation in Large Naturalistic Groups.
Jackson JC, et al. Sci Rep 2018. PMID 29317675 Free PMC article.
Synchrony and arousal both showed main effects, predicting larger groups, tighter clustering, and more cooperative behaviour in a free-rider dilemma. Synchrony and arousal also interacted on measures of clustering and cooperation such that synchrony only encouraged closer clustering-and encouraged greater cooperation-when paired with physiological arousal. ...
Synchrony and arousal both showed main effects, predicting larger groups, tighter clustering, and more cooperative behaviour in a fre …
Are valence and arousal separable in emotional experience?
Kron A, et al. Emotion 2015. PMID 25664950
In particular, we examine whether arousal has a unique contribution over bivariate valence (separate measures for pleasure and displeasure) in explaining physiological arousal (electrodermal activity, EDA) and self-reported feelings at the level of item-specific responses across and within individuals. ...Arousal also showed no advantage over valence in predicting global feelings, but demonstrated a small unique component (1.5% to 4% of variance explained). ...
In particular, we examine whether arousal has a unique contribution over bivariate valence (separate measures for pleasure and disple …
Arousal systems.
Jones BE. Front Biosci 2003 - Review. PMID 12700104
The brain contains autochthonous neural systems that evoke waking from sleep in response to sensory stimuli, prolong or enhance arousal in response to special stimuli, and also generate and maintain wakefulness regardless of sensory stimuli during the active part of the day. ...These multiple arousal systems are grossly redundant, since no one system is absolutely necessary for the occurrence of waking; yet they are differentiated, since each plays a special role in waking and sleep. ...
The brain contains autochthonous neural systems that evoke waking from sleep in response to sensory stimuli, prolong or enhance arousal
Does Emotional Arousal Influence Swearing Fluency?
Stephens R and Zile A. J Psycholinguist Res 2017. PMID 28091853 Free PMC article.
This study assessed the effect of experimentally manipulated emotional arousal on swearing fluency. We hypothesised that swear word generation would be increased with raised emotional arousal. The emotional arousal of 60 participants was manipulated by having them play a first-person shooter video game or, as a control, a golf video game, in a randomised order. ...
This study assessed the effect of experimentally manipulated emotional arousal on swearing fluency. We hypothesised that swear word g …
Sympathetic arousal increases a negative memory bias in young women with low sex hormone levels.
Nielsen SE, et al. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2015. PMID 26276087 Free PMC article.
Healthy naturally cycling women and women on hormonal contraception completed one of the following physiological arousal manipulations prior to viewing a series of negative, positive and neutral images: (1) immediate handgrip arousal-isometric handgrip immediately prior to encoding, (2) residual handgrip arousal-isometric handgrip 15min prior to encoding, or (3) no handgrip. ...The results indicated that handgrip successfully increased sympathetic arousal compared to the control task. Under immediate handgrip arousal, women showed enhanced memory for negative images over positive images; this pattern was not observed in women assigned to the residual and no-handgrip arousal conditions. ...
Healthy naturally cycling women and women on hormonal contraception completed one of the following physiological arousal manipulation …
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