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The Mysterious Hypnotic Analgesia: Experimental Evidences  [PDF]
Edoardo Casiglia, Edoardo Casiglia, Valérie Tikhonoff, Federica Albertini, Antonio M. Lapenta, Federica Gasparotti, Francesco Finatti, Augusto M. Rossi, Gastone Zanette, Margherita Giacomello, Nunzia Giordano, Jacopo Favaro, Enrico Facco
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.98112
Abstract: In the last years, the Laboratory of Experimental Hypnosis of the University of Padova and of the Institute Franco Granone of Torino, also in collaboration with the Foundation Hospital San Camillo in Venice, studied the effectiveness and the mechanisms of hypnotic analgesia in non-trigeminal an trigeminal pain. In this paper, the results of our work are summarized, starting from what was already known on the topic and exploring experimentally many different aspects of hypnotic analgesia. All the studies described in the present paper were conducted following scientific protocols and using the methods and means of Galilean science, employing in particular many instruments pertaining to human physiology and belonging to cardiology and neurology. This leads to the demonstration that hypnotic analgesia is an objective, real and measurable phenomenon.
CASI PARTICOLARI DI CURVE INDICATRICI NEI METODI DI PROSPEZIONE ELETTROMAGNETICA
RAUL GASTONE FIANO
Annals of Geophysics , 1949, DOI: 10.4401/ag-5970
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Towards an unifying perspective of the fundamental properties and structural principles governing the immune system
Paolo Tieri,Gastone C. Castellani,Claudio Franceschi
Quantitative Biology , 2008,
Abstract: In the study of the basic properties observed in the immune system and, in a broader view, in biological systems, several concepts have already been mathematically formulated or treated in an analytical perspective, such as degeneracy, robustness, noise, and bow tie architecture. These properties, among others, seem to rule many aspects of the system functioning, and share among themselvesseveral characteristics, intersecting each other, and often becoming one the indivisible part of the other. According to Kitano, systems biology needs solid theoretical and methodological foundation of principles and properties, able to lead towards a unified perspective. An effort in unifying the formalization and analysis of these principles can be now timely attempted.
Statistical-thermodynamical foundations of anomalous diffusion
Zanette, Damián H.;
Brazilian Journal of Physics , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-97331999000100010
Abstract: it is shown that tsallis's generalized statistics provides a natural frame for the statistical-thermodynamical description of anomalous diffusion. within this generalized theory, a maximum-entropy formalism makes it possible to derive a mathematical formulation for the mechanisms that underly lévy-like superdiffusion, and for solving the nonlinear fokker-planck equation.
Gravidez e contracep??o na doen?a falciforme
Zanette, Angela Maria D.;
Revista Brasileira de Hematologia e Hemoterapia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-84842007000300023
Abstract: for women with sickle cell disease , hormonal contraception is an acceptable and reliable method of decreasing the risk of unwanted pregnancies. the use of combined oral contraceptives is considered safe in this group of patients according to the world health organization criteria. medroxyprogesterone acetate is considered the safest hormonal contraceptive in sickle cell disease. pregnancy carries increased risks of complications for woman as well as to the fetus, such as higher frequency of painful crises, spontaneous abortions, intrauterine growth retardation and higher neonatal mortality. multidisciplinary teams are needed to manage pregnancy in sickle cell disease. the purpose of this article is to review some important aspects related to hormonal contraception and pregnancy in sickle cell disease.
Answer to the Commentary on "A note on the consensus time of mean-field majority-rule dynamics"
Damián H. Zanette
Papers in Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.4279/pip.010004
Abstract: A Reply to the Commentary by Hugo Fort [Pap. Phys. 1, 010003 (2009)].
SIR epidemics in monogamous populations with recombination
Damián H. Zanette
Papers in Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.4279/pip.030001
Abstract: We study the propagation of an SIR (susceptible--infectious--recovered) disease over an agent population which, at any instant, is fully divided into couples of agents. Couples are occasionally allowed to exchange their members. This process of couple recombination can compensate the instantaneous disconnection of the interaction pattern and thus allow for the propagation of the infection. We study the incidence of the disease as a function of its infectivity and of the recombination rate of couples, thus characterizing the interplay between the epidemic dynamics and the evolution of the population's interaction pattern. Received: 12 August 2010;Accepted: 18 February 2011; Edited by: G. C. Barker; Reviewed by: B. Blasius, ICBM, University of Oldenburg, Germany; DOI: 10.4279/PIP.030001 Cite as: D. H. Zanette, Papers in Physics 3, 030001 (2011)
A note on the consensus time of mean-field majority-rule dynamics
Damián H. Zanette
Papers in Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.4279/pip.010002
Abstract: In this work, it is pointed out that in the mean-field version of majority-rule opinion dynamics the dependence of the consensus time on the population size exhibits two regimes. This is determined by the size distribution of the groups that, at each evolution step, gather to reach agreement. When the group size distribution has a finite mean value, the previously known logarithmic dependence on the population size holds. On the other hand, when the mean group size diverges, the consensus time and the population size are related through a power law. Numerical simulations validate this semi-quantitative analytical prediction.
Statistical-thermodynamical foundations of anomalous diffusion
Zanette Damián H.
Brazilian Journal of Physics , 1999,
Abstract: It is shown that Tsallis's generalized statistics provides a natural frame for the statistical-thermodynamical description of anomalous diffusion. Within this generalized theory, a maximum-entropy formalism makes it possible to derive a mathematical formulation for the mechanisms that underly Lévy-like superdiffusion, and for solving the nonlinear Fokker-Planck equation.
Coevolution of agents and networks in an epidemiological model
Damian H. Zanette
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: We study the spreading of an infection within an SIS epidemiological model on a network. Susceptible agents are given the opportunity of breaking their links with infected agents, and reconnecting those links with the rest of the population. Thus, the network coevolves with the population as the infection progresses. We show that a moderate reconnection frequency is enough to completely suppress the infection. A partial, rather weak isolation of infected agents suffices to eliminate the endemic state.
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