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Yawning is a physiological behavior, an emotional stereotypy that indicates the homeostatic process of the mechanisms regulating rhythms, such as sleeping/waking, hunger/satiety or mating/relaxation,(More)
Fetal neurobehavioral patterns have been considered as indicators of nervous system development. Moreover, the capacity of 4-dimensional sonography to evaluate complex facial expressions allows(More)
Yawning is a physiological behavior and, as with all such behaviors, its deregulation is indicative of an underlying disorder. This chapter breaks this topic down into the types of yawning(More)
It was only by chance that French hospital authorities assigned Jean-Martin Charcot to the care of hysterics and epileptics, starting in 1870, at La Salpêtrière Hospital. The famous clinical work(More)