Pregnancy Disorders and Perinatal Outcomes

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  • Author : Cathy Vaillancourt
  • Publisher : Bentham Science Publishers
  • Pages : 161 pages
  • ISBN : 1608053725
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Pregnancy Disorders and Perinatal Outcomes

Pregnancy Disorders and Perinatal Outcomes
  • Author : Cathy Vaillancourt,Julie Lafond,Maria do Carmo Ferreira,José Teixeira Freire,Ana Maria da Silveira
  • Publisher : Bentham Science Publishers
  • Release : 08 June 2012
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Pregnancy Disorders and Perinatal Outcomes offers readers insights into knowledge related to maternal habits or disorders that could affect fetal development and lead to disability later in childhood and adulthood. It contains chapters on the role of plac

Adaptive and Maladaptive Aspects of Developmental Stress

Adaptive and Maladaptive Aspects of Developmental Stress
  • Author : Giovanni Laviola,Simone Macrì
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 31 January 2013
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Since the very early stages of life, we all experience some form of stress. Stressors can be mild to severe and can range from unsuccessfully longing for maternal milk in infancy, to recklessly wiggling on a motorbike to be on time to watch the NBA finals on TV, to breaking up a relationship. All those events that we call “stress” have the capability of perturbing a given state of psychological and physiological equilibrium and moving it to a different level.

Handbook of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology

Handbook of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology
  • Author : Klaus Evertz,Ludwig Janus,Rupert Linder
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 27 October 2020
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The handbook synthesizes the comprehensive interdisciplinary research on the psychological and behavioral dimensions of life before, during, and immediately after birth. It examines how experiences during the prenatal period are associated with basic physiological and psychological imprints that last a lifetime and explores the ways in which brain networks reflect these experiences. Chapters offer findings on prenatal development, fetal programming, fetal stress, and epigenetics. In addition, chapters discuss psychotherapy for infants – before, during, and after birth – as well as prevention

Epigenetic Programming of Cardiovascular Disease by Perinatal Hypoxia and Fetal Growth Restriction

Epigenetic Programming of Cardiovascular Disease by Perinatal Hypoxia and Fetal Growth Restriction
  • Author : Paola Casanello
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 22 April 2021
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Most of the worldwide deaths in patients with non-communicable diseases are due to cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, which are determined by a mix of environmental, genetic and epigenetic factors, and by their interactions. The aetiology of most cardiovascular diseases has been partially linked with in utero adverse conditions that may increase the risk of developing diseases later in life, known as Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD). Perinatal hypoxia can program the fetal and postnatal developmental patterns, resulting in

Epigenetic Clocks

Epigenetic Clocks
  • Author : Megan McGill
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 22 April 2021
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"Maternal prenatal anxiety and depression are associated with adverse developmental outcomes that vary markedly at the level of the individual child. Epigenetic clocks, a tool used to calculate biological age estimates on the basis of DNA methylation information, have emerged as clinically relevant biomarkers for adverse health outcomes in adults. Error rates of epigenetic clocks currently in use (≥3.6 years) limits their utility in pediatric populations. Recently, a new epigenetic clock specifically designed for use in children, the Pediatric-Buccal-Epigenetic (PedBE) clock (

Developmental Psychobiology and Behavioral Ecology

Developmental Psychobiology and Behavioral Ecology
  • Author : Elliott M. Blass
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 31 March 1988
GET THIS BOOK Developmental Psychobiology and Behavioral Ecology

The previous volume in this series (Blass, 1986) focused on the interface between developmental psychobiology and developmental neurobiology. The volume emphasized that an understanding of central nervous system development and function can be obtained only with reference to the behaviors that it manages, and it emphasized how those behaviors, in tum, shape central development. The present volume explores another natural interface of developmental psy chobiology; behavioral ecology. It documents the progress made by developmental psychobiologists since the mid-1970s in identifying

Perinatal Programming

Perinatal Programming
  • Author : Andreas Plagemann
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter
  • Release : 01 January 2012
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Perinatal Programming addresses the environment-dependent setting of fundamental life functions and dispositions for diseases in developmental periods during pregnancy and in early infancy. It provides a new view of the origins of health and diseases. To realize these associations may enable us to prevent diseases for the long term. This book reviews actual state-of-the-art knowledge in the perinatal programming field. The authors are internationally known scientists of this research area.

Gender related Differences

Gender related Differences
  • Author : Katharine Blick Hoyenga,Kermit T. Hoyenga
  • Publisher : Allyn & Bacon
  • Release : 22 April 1993
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This work provides a description of the roles that sex chromosomes and hormones do - and do not - play in moulding human sex differences in the brain and behaviour. It applies advances in evolutionary theory to all the broad aspects of a given area in psychology - sex differences.

Neonatal perinatal Medicine

Neonatal perinatal Medicine
  • Author : Avroy A. Fanaroff,Richard J. Martin
  • Publisher : Mosby
  • Release : 22 April 1992
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This classic reference work is the most comprehensive to date and features discussions on the diverse practice of neonatal-perinatal medicine; pregnant disorders and their impact on the fetus; delivery room care; provisions for neonatal care; and the development and disorder of organ systems. Also covers the use of computers and includes contributions from some of the most recognized specialists in the field.

Perinatal Programming of Neurodevelopment

Perinatal Programming of Neurodevelopment
  • Author : Marta C. Antonelli
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 06 October 2014
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The development of the brain and nervous system is shaped not just by a genetic program, but also by the effects of multiple environmental stimuli. There are currently no book-length treatments of perinatal neurodevelopment. The proposed book seeks to fill this gap by presenting a collection of chapters from leading experts in the field. It is intended to be comprehensive and will cover all aspects of neurodevelopmental programming in lab animals and in human subjects. The third section of the