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Patterns of mood changes throughout the reproductive cycle in healthy women without premenstrual dysphoric disorders
OBJECTIVE The cyclic nature of female reproductive function is a natural part of life accompanied by changes in several physical and psychological phenomena. The aim of our study was to investigateExpand
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The possible protective role of personality dimensions against premenstrual syndrome
Previous studies suggest that women with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) differ from those without PMS in personality dimensions, but it is not clear what role personality plays in the background ofExpand
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Association of a trait-like bias towards the perception of negative subjective life events with risk of developing premenstrual symptoms
OBJECTIVE Premenstrual symptoms affect the majority of healthy women. Premenstrual symptomatology has earlier been linked to stress and a state-like alteration in the perception of life events in theExpand
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Association of menstrual cycle related symptoms with mood changes
Background Nearly 80% of women experience some worsening of physiological and psychological symptoms a few days before the onset of menstruation, and these symptoms have an influence on well-being,Expand
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Mood parameters and severe physical symptoms of the female reproductive cycle.
OBJECTIVE The cyclic variation of physical and psychological phenomena has been accepted as a natural consequence of the cyclicity of the human female reproductive function. The exact nature of theseExpand
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Increased attention for negative life events is associated with an elevated risk for premenstrual symptoms
Background The majority of healthy women experience some degree of fluctuation of mood and physical phenomena parallelling their reproductive cycle. While in most women this doesnt significantlyExpand
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A Proposed Phonography-Based Measurement of Fetal Breathing Movement Using Segmented Structures with Frequency Splitting
This paper proposes a detection method of fetal breathing movement (FBM) as an important data of fetal well-being. To analyze the chaotic nature of the individual episodes, the frequency band hasExpand