Untersuchungen und Studien

Wissenschaftliche Forschung zur Polyvagal-Theorie

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Wissenschaftliche Artikel

Die Polyvagal-Theorie nach Dr. Stephen W. Porges [ Lesen Zusammenfassung ]

Im Jahr 1995 stellt Dr. Stephen Porges erstmals die Polyvagal-Theorie vor. Seine erste Arbeit hierzu erschien unter dem Titel: „Sich in einer verteidigungsbereiten Welt orientieren: Säugetiermodifikationen unseres evolutionären Erbes. Eine Polyvagal-Theorie.“

Regulation von Emotionen bei Säuglingen [ Lesen Zusammenfassung ]

Eine Gefühldynamik in zwei Richtungen findet zwischen Mutter und Kind statt. Das zeigt folgende Studie, die Zusammenhänge zwischen der mütterlichen Stimme und der Fähigkeit von Säuglingen, ihre Emotionen nach einem sozialen Stresseinfluss zu regulieren, untersucht.

Die Liebe polyvagal betrachtet [ Lesen Zusammenfassung ]

Wenn Paare sich finden, sich umwerben, sexuell erregen und dauerhafte stabile Bindungen eingehen, dann ist das autonome Nervensystem beteiligt. Dieses beherbergt ein Ordnungsprinzip, das die Relevanz von affektiven Prozessen bei Säugetieren interpretiert.

Erste Ergebnisse der Traumastudie des ‚Trauma Research Consortium‘ [ Lesen Zusammenfassung ]

Die immer noch andauernde klinische Untersuchung von Traumapatienten liefert erste Auswertungen. Das „Konsortium zur Erforschung traumatischer Belastungen“ am Kinsey-Institut, Universität Indiana, initiierte die Untersuchung im November 2018. Die ersten Ergebnisse wurden nach einem Jahr zusammen getragen.

Chapters

The Vagus: A mediator of behavioral and physiologic features associated with autism

Observations of autistic behaviors, facial expressions, and physiologic responses suggest challenges with the social engagement system and tendency towards defensive behaviors of mobilization and immobilization. This implicates the vagus nerve in the pathophysiology of autism including the dysregulation of the HPA Axis, the gut, and the immune system.

The Polyvagal Hypothesis: Common mechanisms mediating autonomic regulation, vocalizations, and listening

An application of the Polyvagal Theory to interpret the involvement of mammalian vocalization in reciprocal communication, socialization, and adaptive survival behavior. Acoustic features, neural regulation, and middle ear anatomy are considered in this polyvagal hypothesis.

Vagal Pathways: Portals to Compassion

Porges conceptualizes how ancient and ritualized contemplative practices such as chanting, prayer, meditation, and dance employ breathing, vocalization, and posture to shift into a physiological state mediated by the vagus nerve that enhances health and subjective experiences.

Books

The Vagus: A mediator of behavioral and physiologic features associated with autism

Observations of autistic behaviors, facial expressions, and physiologic responses suggest challenges with the social engagement system and tendency towards defensive behaviors of mobilization and immobilization. This implicates the vagus nerve in the pathophysiology of autism including the dysregulation of the HPA Axis, the gut, and the immune system.

The Polyvagal Hypothesis: Common mechanisms mediating autonomic regulation, vocalizations, and listening

An application of the Polyvagal Theory to interpret the involvement of mammalian vocalization in reciprocal communication, socialization, and adaptive survival behavior. Acoustic features, neural regulation, and middle ear anatomy are considered in this polyvagal hypothesis.

Vagal Pathways: Portals to Compassion

Porges conceptualizes how ancient and ritualized contemplative practices such as chanting, prayer, meditation, and dance employ breathing, vocalization, and posture to shift into a physiological state mediated by the vagus nerve that enhances health and subjective experiences.

The Infant's Sixth Sense: awareness and regulation of bodily processes

The body's sixth sense, interoception is the sensing of internal bodily process and organs to support homeostasis through internal physiological mechanisms (Level 1), autonomic nervous system regulation from external challenges (Level 2), observable motor behavior (Level 3), and social interaction (Level 4). By measuring the vagus nerve, the proposed mechanism of interoception, we can better understand the conscious and unconscious static and shifting internal states of infants.

The Infant's Sixth Sense: awareness and regulation of bodily processes

The body's sixth sense, interoception is the sensing of internal bodily process and organs to support homeostasis through internal physiological mechanisms (Level 1), autonomic nervous system regulation from external challenges (Level 2), observable motor behavior (Level 3), and social interaction (Level 4). By measuring the vagus nerve, the proposed mechanism of interoception, we can better understand the conscious and unconscious static and shifting internal states of infants.

Interviews

The Vagus: A mediator of behavioral and physiologic features associated with autism

Observations of autistic behaviors, facial expressions, and physiologic responses suggest challenges with the social engagement system and tendency towards defensive behaviors of mobilization and immobilization. This implicates the vagus nerve in the pathophysiology of autism including the dysregulation of the HPA Axis, the gut, and the immune system.

The Polyvagal Hypothesis: Common mechanisms mediating autonomic regulation, vocalizations, and listening

An application of the Polyvagal Theory to interpret the involvement of mammalian vocalization in reciprocal communication, socialization, and adaptive survival behavior. Acoustic features, neural regulation, and middle ear anatomy are considered in this polyvagal hypothesis.

Vagal Pathways: Portals to Compassion

Porges conceptualizes how ancient and ritualized contemplative practices such as chanting, prayer, meditation, and dance employ breathing, vocalization, and posture to shift into a physiological state mediated by the vagus nerve that enhances health and subjective experiences.

Vagal Pathways: Portals to Compassion

Porges conceptualizes how ancient and ritualized contemplative practices such as chanting, prayer, meditation, and dance employ breathing, vocalization, and posture to shift into a physiological state mediated by the vagus nerve that enhances health and subjective experiences.