Publication, knowledge

We are continuously conducting scientific research to go beyond the state-of-art on innovative methods for health prediction, prevention and service organization.   Next you can find some of the publications in this inter-disciplinary field by our international staff and collaborators:

 

 

· Boal, R.M. (2014). Parejas rotas, hijos heridos (Broken Couples, Hurted Children).  Madrid:  San Pablo Editorial. 

 

· Davydov, D.M., et al. (2015).  Resilience to orthostasis and haemorrhage: A pilot study of common genetic and conditioning mechanisms. Scientific Reports 5http://www.nature.com/articles/srep10703

 

· Gandarillas, M.A. (2012): Psychosocial Correlates of Vegetative Activity and Coordination. Aletheia, Revista de Psicologia, 35-36, pp. 211-230. ULBRA (Brasil). http://www.redalyc.org/pdf/1150/115025560018.pdf

 

· Gandarillas, M.A., Calleja, P., and González, S. (2009). La participación cultural para una salud sostenible (Cultural Participation for a Sustainable Health).  In M.A. Gandarillas, and M.P. Mairal (Coord.):  El Valle de Lamasón, entre la Cultura y la Naturaleza.  Estudios Participativos para un Desarrollo Rural, pp. 103-130.  Santander (España): EcoCulturas and Tantín.  http://www.ecoculturas.es/El%20Valle%20de%20Lamas%C3%B3n,%20entre%20la%20Cultura%20y%20la%20Naturaleza%20-Secciones%20I%20y%20II.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our cultural and social “niche” affects our physiological development, especially through emotional adaptive patters.  Conflicting demands in our socio-cultural environment predict physiological conflicts, making us prone to specific disorders through life.  Emotional and physiological re-adjustments are possible to prevent such diseases. 

 

Likewise,  socio-cultural adaptive patters to a diversity of environments bring us a flexible  psycho-physiological system, more resilient to difficulties and protective to illnesses.  This physiological flexibility and strength can be trained.

 

from M.A. Gandarillas (2005): From Social to Cultural Psychophysiology: Walking Beyond Autonomic Balance.  Talk in the Psychology Department, Universitait van Amsterdam, Netherlands. April. 2005

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