Search Results: 'Psychophysiology'
THE PRINCIPLE OF ARCHIMEDES The Principle of SOWING AND REAPING
Archimedes principle states that the upthrust [which represents lifting power in the face of life-odd; greatly influenced by person's emotional comportment in relation to life ordeal] experienced by... More > a body equals the volume of water displaced [i.e. stress tolerance capacity of an individual is a function of the psycho-physiological impact of life ordeal greatly influenced by person's emotional tone] . By application, and the essence of this book Archimedes principle suggests that what you give determines what you get, nothing comes from doing nothing. It is indisputable that
life is sowing and reaping - give and take;
life pays you exactly what you are worth in action and attitude.
That's the whole idea of Archimedes principle.< Less
High physical activity, by virtue of psychophysiological causes, characteristic of all children in the preschool years. But in some cases it reaches pathological degree. This condition is... More > characterized as "Attention Deficit - Hyperactivity Disorder" (ADHD DSM - III) or "attention deficit hyperactivity disorder" (ICD-10). Increased physical activity is a symptom of mental confusion with various violations of child development, and most of all - a consequence of the early organic lesions of the central nervous system. Although this is called hyperdynamic syndrome, i.e. Syndrome increased motor activity, the major defect in its structure is defect attention.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD more) is extremely important< Less