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Psychother Psychosom (1997) 66 (2): 74–77.
Published Online: 18 February 2010
... with increasing prolactin levels on the C-ward as compared to decreasing levels on the I-ward during the intervention. Conclusions: Our study results suggest a picture of differentiated changes in stress hormone levels. The I-ward exhibited less psychoendocrine stress compared to the C-ward, probably due...
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Psychother Psychosom (1994) 62 (3-4): 176–184.
Published Online: 18 February 2010
..., the Reaction Scheme Test to assess their coping reaction style, the Life Events Survey to assess the impact of stressful life events, and the Subjective Stress Questionnaire to assess perceived stress. The endocrine evaluation comprised prolactin, cortisol, and growth hormone plasma levels, while...
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Psychother Psychosom (1992) 57 (3): 128–132.
Published Online: 18 February 2010
.... Prolactin is an insulin antagonist which does not promote weight gain. Hyperprolactinaemia and increased metabolic efficiency are parts of a system of interdependent behavioural and metabolic mechanisms necessary for the care of the young. We call this system, which is available as a whole package, maternal...
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Psychother Psychosom (2003) 72 (1): 49–58.
Published Online: 16 December 2002
... events from a checklist, as well as categories derived from written responses to open-ended questions were analysed (repeated-measures ANOVA). Changes over time in mean serum/plasma concentrations of cortisol, thyroxine, prolactin, and dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate (DHEA-S) were compared in subjects...
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Psychother Psychosom (2002) 71 (2): 117–122.
Published Online: 11 February 2002
..., dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate (DHEAS), prolactin and apolipoproteins AI and B. Results: Significantly decreased serum/plasma concentrations of IgG (p < 0.001), apolipoprotein AI (p < 0.001) and oestradiol (p < 0.001) were found. The difference between morning and afternoon serum cortisol decreased...
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Psychother Psychosom (1999) 68 (3): 151–156.
Published Online: 29 April 1999
...Bo H. Jonsson; Töres Theorell Background: The purpose was to compare the levels and patterns of plasma cortisol and prolactin in patients with functional dyspepsia (FD) during a controlled laboratory experiment. Method: 25 patients (12 men, 13 women), aged 24–50, with recurrent FD, and 25 pair-wise...
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Psychother Psychosom (1999) 68 (3): 114–150.
Published Online: 29 April 1999
..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Psychological stress Neuroendocrine axes Constructivism Cartesian dualism Cortisol Prolactin Growth hormone Anxiety Depression Testosterone Stress research has been a long and fruitful line since the very initial...
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Psychother Psychosom (1998) 67 (6): 323–327.
Published Online: 13 November 1998
... to follow and feedback the progress of each individual patient. The patients were prospectively followed with stress markers such as prolactin, cortisol, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHA – a testosterone metabolite), estradiol, serum lipids and serum glucose. Results: There was significant increase in anabolic...
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Psychother Psychosom (1998) 67 (3): 133–139.
Published Online: 15 June 1998
... in which the normalization of hormonal levels is not followed by a feeling of cure. This chapter attempts to provide details, discuss and situate in context the following blocks of pertinent information: (1) prolactin acts upon the central nervous system and variations in its concentrations do affect mood...