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Thirst: Physiological and Psychological Aspects (I L S I HUMAN NUTRITION REVIEWS) e-book

Author:

David J. Ramsay,David Booth

Language:

English

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Math

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Biological Sciences

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Springer Verlag (June 1, 1991)

Pages:

509

ISBN:

0387196412

Thirst: Physiological and Psychological Aspects (I L S I HUMAN NUTRITION REVIEWS) e-book

by David J. Ramsay,David Booth


Physiological and Psychological Aspects

Physiological and Psychological Aspects. Water is certainly the most necessary fluid; then why do we humans often prefer other beverages, even at great cost of effort or money or health? The subject of thirst and drinking behavior are uniquely discussed in this book. For the first time both the physiological and the psychological aspects of water and beverage consumption are examined in one volume. The many recent developments concerning how a lack of water is signalled physiologically and processed neurally to affect drinking behavior are critically surveyed.

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Published June 1991 by Springer-Verlag. There's no description for this book yet.

Physiological psychology is a subdivision of behavioral neuroscience (biological psychology) that studies the neural mechanisms of perception and behavior through direct manipulation of the brains of nonhuman animal subjects in controlled experiments. This field of psychology takes an empirical and practical approach when studying the brain and human behavior. Most scientists in this field believe that the mind is a phenomenon that stems from the nervous system.

University of Sussex ยท School of Psychology. Physiological signals measured by food- and time-specific expected satiety . Dietary guidelines for the general public aim to lower the incidence of nutrition-related diseases by influencing habitual food choices. Yet little is known about how well the guidelines are matched by the actual practices that people regard as healthy or unhealthy.

Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism. This book is up to date and written in a fashion that you can understand. I have several other biochemical nutrition texts but this one is by far the best.

Gilchrist, J. & Nesberg, L. S. (1952). Need and perceptual change in need-related objects: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 44(6) Dec 1952, 369-376

Breen, . & Thompson, R. (1966). Cortical and subcortical structures mediating a visual conditioned response motivated by thirst: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 61(1) Feb 1966, 146-150. Gilchrist, J. Need and perceptual change in need-related objects: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 44(6) Dec 1952, 369-376. Glickman, S. & Jensen, G. D. (1961). The effects of hunger and thirst on Y-maze exploration: Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology Vol 54(1) Feb 1961, 83-85. Gold, R. & et al.

Professor David Booth is an Honorary Professor in the School of Psychology. Booth (Ed., Thirst: physiological and psychological aspects. London: Springer-Verlag

Professor David Booth is an Honorary Professor in the School of Psychology. London: Springer-Verlag. Harris, . Thomas, . & Booth, . Development of salt taste preference in infancy. Developmental Psychology 26, 534-538.

Hunger and satiety are usually discussed from the perspective of the central nervous system. In this paper we instead find the foundation for an understanding of hunger in the basic biochemical and physiological processes of energy metabolism. The physiological psychology of hunger: a physiological perspective. cle{Friedman1976ThePP, title {The physiological psychology of hunger: a physiological perspective. 409-31 } }. Mark I. Friedman, Edward M. Stricker.


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