"Sociologists and psychologists may refer to stress homeostasis, the tendency of a population or an individual to stay at a certain level of stress, often generating artificial stresses if the ""natural"" level of stress is not enough. Author George Leonard discusses in his book Mastery how homeostasis affects our behavior and who we are. He states that homeostasis will prevent our body from making drastic changes and maintain stability in our lives even if it is detrimental to us."
No. of Studies (Positive/Negative)
Positive relationships between Homeostatic state and MDD (count: 1)
These results indicate that MDD individuals show altered bra......
These results indicate that MDD individuals show altered brain responses to shifts in homeostatic state during anticipation, and may suggest that MDD is associated with an impaired ability to effectively prepare for changes in the environment.More...
Positive relationships between Homeostatic state and other components at different levels (count: 0)
Positive relationship network of Homeostatic state in MK4MDD
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1. The different color of the nodes denotes the level of the nodes.
Protein and Other Molecule
Cell and Molecular Pathway
Cognition and Behavior
Symptoms and Signs
2. User can drag the nodes to rearrange the layout of the network. Click the node will enter the report page of the node.
Right-click will show also the menus to link to the report page of the node and remove the node and related edges.
Hover the node will show the level of the node and hover the edge will show the evidence/description of the edge.
3. The network is generated using Cytoscape Web
Negative relationships between Homeostatic state and MDD (count: 0)
Negative relationships between Homeostatic state and other components at different levels (count: 0)
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