All Relations between emotional and matrix compartment

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John A Elefteriade. Thoracic aortic aneurysm: reading the enemy's playbook. Current problems in cardiology vol 33 issue 5 2008 18439439 we look forward to a future in which the aneurysm diathesis can be determined by a genetic test (rna or dna based), in which matrix metalloproteinases can be specifically antagonized by medications, in which exercise and emotion can be modulated in susceptible patients, and in which mechanical properties of the aorta (in addition to simple dimension) can be assessed serially to guide the timing of operation more precisely. 2008-10-31 2022-01-12 Not clear
Bernadette Susan McCreigh. Perinatal grief and emotional labour: a study of nurses' experiences in gynae wards. International journal of nursing studies vol 42 issue 4 2005 15847906 the author, through the exploration of the nurse's perspective, concludes that emotion can be conceived of as a valid resource for professionals when integrated into a nurse's matrix of professional understandings. 2005-07-05 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hugo D Critchley, Pia Rotshtein, Yoko Nagai, John O'Doherty, Christopher J Mathias, Raymond J Dola. Activity in the human brain predicting differential heart rate responses to emotional facial expressions. NeuroImage vol 24 issue 3 2005 15652310 the magnitude of evoked heart rate increase, both across the stimulus set and within each emotion category, was predicted by level of activity within a matrix of interconnected brain regions, including amygdala, insula, anterior cingulate, and brainstem. 2005-03-16 2022-01-12 Not clear
David Watson, Eva C Klohnen, Alex Casillas, Ericka Nus Simms, Jeffrey Haig, Diane S Berr. Match makers and deal breakers: analyses of assortative mating in newlywed couples. Journal of personality vol 72 issue 5 2004 15335336 these newlyweds showed (a) strong similarity in age, religiousness, and political orientation; (b) moderate similarity in education and verbal intelligence; (c) modest similarity in values; and (d) little similarity in matrix reasoning, self- and spouse-rated personality, emotional experience and expression, and attachment. 2004-12-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Regina Petterso. Nameless desire: alexithymia and the anorexic patient. American journal of psychoanalysis vol 64 issue 1 2004 14993842 it is suggested that the subjective emotional experience of the patient will continue to be reorganized, expanded, and enriched as the therapist and patient mutually influence one another in this unique relational matrix. 2004-07-15 2022-01-12 Not clear
F Legran. [French translation and validation of the Tension-Effort Stress Inventory (TESI, 7) emotional list]. L'Encephale vol 28 issue 2 2002 11972138 confirmatory factorial analysis (carried out from variance/covariance matrix) proved to be conclusive in assessing the fit of the data with regard to reversal theory classification of emotions. 2002-09-04 2022-01-11 Not clear
V A DeCoste. Health care social work treatment of patient and family emotion: a synthesis and comparison across patient populations and practice settings. Social work in health care vol 30 issue 4 2000 10963065 analysis yielded a comprehensive conceptually clustered matrix of 45 strategies, establishing an objective and systematic basis for identifying and understanding this professional emotion treatment process for social work educators, practitioners, and researchers alike. 2000-12-07 2022-01-11 Not clear
I Matthi. Sketch for a metapsychology of affect. The International journal of psycho-analysis vol 81 ( Pt 2) issue 2000 10889956 the affective matrix can find expression either in psychically perceived affects--feelings and emotions--or in physically perceived 'affect-equivalents'--psychosomatic symptoms and somatic illnesses. 2000-12-06 2022-01-11 Not clear
U Schnyder, U F Mal. Acute stress response patterns to accidental injuries. Journal of psychosomatic research vol 45 issue 5 1999 9835235 the appraisals were combined with the corresponding most dominant emotion in a matrix, revealing six different acute stress response patterns: ordinary (o: 64 subjects--58%); emotional (e: 19 subjects--17%); controlled (c: 9 subjects--8%); derealization (d: 15 subjects--14%); and denial-elation (de: 3 subjects--3%). 1999-04-27 2022-01-10 Not clear
A Shields, D Cicchett. Emotion regulation among school-age children: the development and validation of a new criterion Q-sort scale. Developmental psychology vol 33 issue 6 1997 9383613 a multitrait-multimethod matrix and confirmatory factor analyses indicated impressive convergence among the emotion regulation q-scale and established measures of affect regulation. 1997-12-17 2022-01-10 Not clear
W Grodd, F Schneider, U Klose, T N\\xc3\\xa4gel. [Functional magnetic resonance tomography of psychological functions exemplified by experimentally induced emotions]. Der Radiologe vol 35 issue 4 1995 7597162 in this study a t2* flash sequence (tr 240ms, te 60ms, slice thickness 4 mm, alpha = 40 degrees, matrix 64 x 128) was used to investigate changes in signal intensity within the temporal lobe and the amygdala during experimentally induced emotions. 1995-07-28 2022-01-10 Not clear
M Breule. [On anxiety and anguish (author's transl)]. Acta psychiatrica Belgica vol 77 issue 6 1978 610347 like any emotion, the anxious matrix is one non distinguishable from the unity of the existence. 1978-05-08 2022-01-10 Not clear
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