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PDF Yawning is a stereotyped phylogenetically ancient phenomenon that occurs in almost all vertebrates.

PDF Yawning is a stereotyped phylogenetically ancient phenomenon that occurs in almost all vertebrates. The phylogenetic and ontogenetic aspects of yawning offer an interesting perspective on human development, and its occurrence in neurological diseases - an area explored by only a few investigators - may provide useful clinical information. This book will make valuable and fascinating reading to neurologists, sleep specialists, psychologists, ethologists and pharmacologists, as well as to anybody interested in uncovering the mystery of yawning.

1660-4431 ; [DNLM: 1. Yawning-physiology. 2. Respiratory Physiological Phenomena. It is an honor and a privilege for me to introduce the first textbook in English dedicated to The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease.

M97 2010 61. 1-dc22 2010001269. Bibliographic Indices. This publication is listed in bibliographic services, including Current Contents and Index Medicus. It is interesting to note that 30 years ago, much of the information contained in this book did not exist.

Although yawning is not a simple motor action but complex coordinated movements, it is highly stereotypical and can be observed in almost all vertebrates, including cold-blooded and warm-blooded, from reptiles with rudimentary archaic brains to human primates, in water, ai. .

Although yawning is not a simple motor action but complex coordinated movements, it is highly stereotypical and can be observed in almost all vertebrates, including cold-blooded and warm-blooded, from reptiles with rudimentary archaic brains to human primates, in water, air, and land environments. Yawning is a mysterious but fascinating physiological phenomenon, nevertheless, it has so far been poorly addressed in the field of bioscience.

Yawning is a stereotyped phylogenetically ancient phenomenon that occurs in almost all vertebrates

Yawning is a stereotyped phylogenetically ancient phenomenon that occurs in almost all vertebrates.

Published: 1 January 2010. in Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience. Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience, Volume 28. PubMed.

Yawn, yawn, yawn, yawn ; yawn, yawn, yawn! The social, evolutionary and neuroscientific facets of.

Yawn, yawn, yawn, yawn ; yawn, yawn, yawn! The social, evolutionary and neuroscientific facets of contagious yawning, Platek, . Developmental and comparative perspectives of contagious yawning, Senju, A. Methodological problems in the study of contagious yawning, Campbell, . Exploring with neuroimaging, Nahab, . Associated movements in hemiplegic limbs during yawning, Meenakshisundaram, .Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Published by Basel, Karger 159 pages. William Pryse-Phillips (a1). St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 23 September 2016. Send article to Kindle.

The book will be followed up on June 24-25 with the First International Conference on Yawning in Paris, which will address issues such as the role of yawning as a brain-cooling mechanism and the hidden sexuality of the yawn. There are a number of theories, but there’s no formal proof as yet of why we yawn, Walusinski told Reuters.


The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease
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Editor(s): Walusinski, O. (Brou)
The first complete and authoritative book on yawning
Yawning is a stereotyped phylogenetically ancient phenomenon that occurs in almost all vertebrates. As an emotional behavior and an expressive movement, yawning has many consequences; nevertheless, it has so far been poorly addressed in medical research and practice. Bringing together the latest research from many fields, this volume integrates current insights within embryology, ethology, neurophysiology, psychology, fMRI and pathology. The phylogenetic and ontogenetic aspects of yawning offer an interesting perspective on human development, and its occurrence in neurological diseases – an area explored by only a few investigators – may provide useful clinical information.
This book will make valuable and fascinating reading to neurologists, sleep specialists, psychologists, ethologists and pharmacologists, as well as to anybody interested in uncovering the mystery of yawning.

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The Mystery of Yawning in Physiology and Disease 2010