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1. reflex actions | open.conted.ox.ac.uk (beta)

reflex actions. Here you will find all the resources identified by our tutors as useful for the study of this topic, arranged in ascending alphabetical order. ... Dr Chris Grace from Biola University introduces Developmental Psychology, starting with

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2. reflex actions

Psychology, starting with discussion of the reflex actions in newborns and then presenting the major theories of cognitive development in infants.

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3. Babies' painkiller problem | University of Oxford

Considering both measures together, we found that older babies with more mature brain activity had more refined reflexes. '. ... The observation that, as the babies get older, more mature brain activity is related to more refined reflex activity,

www.ox.ac.uk/news/science-blog/babies-painkiller-problem- 50k - 28 Apr 2021 - Cached

4. Ictal activation of oxygen-conserving reflexes as a mechanism for sudden death in epilepsy. — Department of Pharmacology

Search. Ictal activation of oxygen-conserving reflexes as a mechanism for sudden death in epilepsy. ... cannula for activation of the laryngeal chemoreflex (LCR) or mammalian diving reflex (MDR), respectively.

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5. Pupillary light reflex to light inside the natural blind spot — Department of Experimental Psychology

Search. Pupillary light reflex to light inside the natural blind spot.

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6. The relationship between nociceptive brain activity, spinal reflex withdrawal and behaviour in newborn infants — Paediatric Neuroimaging

Search. The relationship between nociceptive brain activity, spinal reflex withdrawal and behaviour in newborn infants.

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7. Shift of leading pacemaker site during reflex vagal stimulation and altered electrical source-to-sink balance. — Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics (DPAG)

Search. Shift of leading pacemaker site during reflex vagal stimulation and altered electrical source-to-sink balance. ... KEY POINTS: Vagal reflexes slow heart rate and can change where the heartbeat originates within the sinoatrial node (SAN).

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8. Shift of leading pacemaker site during reflex vagal stimulation and altered electrical source-to-sink balance. — Oxford Cardiovascular Science

Search. Shift of leading pacemaker site during reflex vagal stimulation and altered electrical source-to-sink balance. ... KEY POINTS: Vagal reflexes slow heart rate and can change where the heartbeat originates within the sinoatrial node (SAN).

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9. Child psychology | open.conted.ox.ac.uk (beta)

Dr Chris Grace from Biola University introduces Developmental Psychology, starting with discussion of the reflex actions in newborns and then.

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10. Keywords | open.conted.ox.ac.uk (beta)

Main menu. You are here. Keywords. Here you will find a list of all the keywords used on the site, displayed in ascending alphabetical order. Search for a specific keyword using the ‘search by keyword name’ box. Click on a keyword to display a

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