8 edition of The Kindling Effect found in the catalog.
September 1997 by Avon Books .
Written in English
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The Kindling Effect: A Medical Thriller. It all starts with the secrets inside the Hartigan Clinic, secrets that Dr. John Brook discovers after he lands a coveted job conducting electromagnetic brain experiments on a group of prisoners, attempting to control their criminal impulses/5.
"Kindling" is a method of electrically burning out criminal tendencies in the human brain, but sometimes it has the opposite effect. Two of the patients, one a serial killer and rapist, the other a once relatively harmless pervert, are somehow freed and embark on a killing spree that culminates in a painfully drawn out showdown in the mountains/5(2).
Studying the brains of two violent prisoners at a psychiatric clinic, our heroes discover that someone is changing the men's brains by causing a "kindling effect" of continuous small seizures.
The seizures make the criminals even more dangerous, and the doctors' knowledge makes them a liability to the experimenter, who frees the criminals so that they /5(2). The Kindling Effect Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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The Kindling Effect [Peter HERNON] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying s: 1. In the argot of neuropathology, ``kindling'' The Kindling Effect book a horrific process employing an electric current to sensitize an animal's brain--to the point where it goes into spontaneous seizure and is effectively reprogrammed, permanently modifying certain behavioral patterns (antisocial or otherwise).
And thereby hangs the tale spun by : Peter Hernon. The Kindling Effect By Peter Hernon - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time : Peter Hernon.
The Kindling Effect* J. GAITO Physiological Psychology, 1 9 7 4, ^ 4 5 - 5 0. Reprinted by permission. Animals subjected periodically to low-intensity electrical stimulation unilaterally to the amygdala or some other brain sites gradually develop automatic behaviors which culminate eventually in by: In Kindling she explores the meanings of sickness and healing, suffering and pleasure, through the story of her own body, of all our bodies, of the body of the ng is a collage of prose poetry, poems, essays, performance pieces and memoir, exploring the rich complexity od living in a physical and social body/5(7).
The Kindling is the first of three books in the Fire-us trilogy. It is about an apocalypse that wipes out all the adults on earth. Soon, without any adult guidance, the children die out too.
The book is centered around a group of children who banded together and survived/5. Kindling due to substance withdrawal refers to the neurological condition which results from repeated withdrawal episodes from sedative–hypnotic drugs such as alcohol and benzodiazepines.
Each withdrawal leads to more severe withdrawal symptoms than in previous episodes. Individuals who have had more withdrawal episodes are at an increased risk of very Specialty: Neurology.
KINDLING EFFECT, THE by Peter Hernon - FIRST EDITION BOOK Morrow: NY First edition, first printing, new/unread in flawless dustjacket.
It all starts with the secrets inside the Hartigan Clinic, secrets that Dr. John Brook discovers after he lands a coveted job conducting electromagnetic brain experiments on a group of prisoners, attempting to control their criminal.
The Kindling Effect of addiction and alcoholism is a progressive problem that addicts and alcoholics experience after multiple relapses.
In simple terms, the kindling effect can be stated as the worsening of symptoms related to Acute Withdrawal and Post Acute Withdrawal, with progressive relapses that ultimately result in a higher propensity for a future, more severe.
To understand the kindling effect, think about starting a fire–if you’re starting a fire from scratch with a bunch of hard wood, it takes some time and prodding for the fire to catch and sustain. However, if you have embers left over from last night’s fire, and you add some kindling (small sticks & twigs), it doesn’t take long at all.
Alcohol Withdrawal and Kindling. The kindling concept is derived from epilepsy animal models and refers to a sensitization phenomenon by which stimuli of neural sites with no initial epileptogenic effect will, if repeated over time, result in the development of seizures.
21 In alcohol withdrawal, the kindling model is used to demonstrate the association between the number of. The Kindling by Braden Bell is exciting and intense. It is written for mid grade readers, but as an adult it kept me fully engaged and wanting to keep reading.
The story features twins Connor and Lexa and their best friend Melanie, all normal 13 year olds until they all Kindle (develop magic powers) at the same time attracting the attention of /5.
Book Overview. An investigation into the bizarre behavior of their patients leads Dr. John Brock and Dr. Jenny Malone to discover that their clinic is conducting secret brain-wave experiments on prisoners from the local jail.
50, first printing/5(3). The kindling effect: a medical thriller. A Texas millionaire finances illegal experiments in electric shocks on convicts to see if they can be rehabilitated.
The novel describes what happens when two of the convicts escape from the clinic. Ruined City (novel) or Kindling, a novel by Nevil Shute Kindling (substance withdrawal), a process by which each subsequent withdrawal episode produces a more severe withdrawal syndrome Kindling, a campus humor magazine for North Central College.
The kindling effect of addiction is not only responsible for repeated relapse events in addicts and alcoholics; it also makes each withdrawal more severe and potentially dangerous than the last. Unfortunately, there is still a significant amount of resistance to concepts centered on drug abuse such as the disease model of addiction, post acute.
Kindling is a commonly used model for the development of seizures and epilepsy in which the duration and behavioral involvement of induced seizures increases after seizures are induced repeatedly.
The kindling model was first proposed in the late s by Graham V. Goddard and colleagues. Although kindling is a widely used model, its applicability to human epilepsy is. kindling effect G.V.
Goddard and his associates in reported a peculiar kindling effect generated by repeated, periodic, low-intensity stimulation of the limbic region of mammalian brains.
A sustained periodic signal input to the brain and central nerv ous system eventually sets up a cumulative resonance which increases in magni tude until. Kindling Fla mes Gathering Timbers This is the first book in The Ancient Fire Series Get it now on Amazon Barnes and Noble Itunes Smashwords.
Kindling Flames Flying Sparks. Content Disclosure Form. When Vicky becomes the target of a serial arsonist plaguing the city, Darien calls on the supernatural community to help. Pulling the. Whereas Bidzinska () found a general kindling effect among BD but not among UD patients, Johnson and colleagues (a) found similar kindling results among the two groups.
None of these studies tested for kindling effects in the positive event domain, and only one attempted to exclude illness-dependent events (Bidzinska, ).Cited by: Kindling the Moon is the first book in Jenn Bennetts Arcadia Bell series.
There was a little bit of buzz surrounding this book a little while back. I saw the cover and thought wow, stunning colors and read the blurb/5. The "kindling effect" or "kindling theory" of bipolar disorder is one of the proposed theories that explains bipolar disorder.
According to the "kindling" hypothesis, when people who are genetically predisposed toward bipolar disorder experience stressful events, the amount of stress required to bring about a change in mood becomes progressively lower, until.
R., &-Pelletier, W. Interanimal transfer and chemical events underlying the kindling effect. Bulletin of the Psychonomic SOCiety,1, Author: John Gaito.
Kindling is a term used to describe how some people slip down into the psychological rabbit hole of a mental health crisis in shorter periods of time and with less extreme triggers.
When once a. The kindling effect may simply just be describing aspects of neural plasticity that are associated with changes in experience. For example, individuals learning complex motor skills, such as gymnastics who stop practicing for significant periods of time, are able to relearn the skills much more quickly than individuals who never learned them.
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From coal and logs for a roaring fire on a frosty night to salt to prevent accidents on the ice. See our range of winter fuel products. The kindling effect can be traced back to the early s and was the consequence of a learning experiment in rats while they were receiving extremely low-intensity electrical stimulation of the temporal lobe amygdala (AM).
Rats that were slow to learn and thus received the stimulation on 10 or more consecutive days displayed electrographic and. Similarly, some of the research examines the effects of kindling on learning and memory (Leung and Shen, ; Cain et al., ; McNamara et al., ; Sutula et al., ).
In a odd way, kindling research has come full circle, re-connecting with Graham Goddard's original discovery of the phenomenon while studying learning. The Kindling Effect has been used to describe the neurological tendency of the brain to become over-sensitized following exposure to trauma (MacFarlane, Van der Kolk,).
The result is. The Kindling of GreenFyr is the story of Owen McInish, an awkward fourteen-year-old bullied at school and friendless except for his pet cat, Piper. That is until a snow leopard is chased through the woods behind his house by three huge gray dogs with glowing green eyes/5.
G.C. Teskey, M.E. Corcoran, in Encyclopedia of Basic Epilepsy Research, Effects on Cognitive Learning. Kindling of partial or generalized seizures with stimulation of sites in the hippocampal formation disrupts retention of spatial learning in the water maze, a form of retrograde amnesia.
Deficits are produced by kindling of other sites such as the olfactory bulb. Books, Toys, Games and much more. Kindling 6 / Edition 1 available in Hardcover, Paperback. Add to Wishlist.
ISBN X ISBN of PreKindling Affective State to Hemispheric Differences in the Effects on Anxiety of Basolateral amygdala Kindling- Effects of Kindling on Spatial Memory: Characteristics and Brand: Michael E. Corcoran. Editorial Reviews. These proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Kindling held in June, in Victoria, British Columbia address new research on the molecular biological, anatomical, and physiological substrates of kindling, as well as in the age- dependent effects and complex behavioral consequences of kindling, its sensitivity to drugs, and its Pages: Praise for Kindling: "This lusty, antiauthoritarian story moshes its way out of the history books." —Amazing Stories "Fascinating characters and vivid descriptions make this a good addition to alternate history and fantasy collections." —Library Journal "Farren alternates scenes of action, sex, and brutality fast-moving." — KirkusBrand: Tom Doherty Associates.
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Does inadvertent conditioning contribute to. A broad array of themes concerned with research on epilepsy and kindling is covered in the book: Pathogenesis of kindling, including developmental patterns; electrophysiology; anatomy, morphology, and neural circuitry; genes, species, and strains; synaptic pharmacology and neurochemistry Behavioral consequences of kindling Drugs and.
The story's deceptively simple, but when you finish reading and then re-read it again the important symbols, dialogue, and imagery stand out. The story is titled "Kindling" as in the small sticks and bits of dry wood used to start a fire.Existing Research on Kindling in Bipolar Disorder.
The literature evaluating kindling in BD is relatively small and fails to offer a clear consensus about how the process may operate (see Bender and Alloy, for review). Of the fifteen studies conducted, only seven reported a kindling effect, two of which detected kindling within a specific subgroup of patients (with six Cited by: Kindling refers to the process whereby there is a progressive increase in electrographic and behavioral seizure activity in response to repeated stimulation of a limbic brain region such as the amygdala or hippocampus with an initially subconvulsive current.
12 Kindling is associated with a progressive increase in seizure severity and duration.