The influence of panic activation through breath holding intervention towards QEEG of social bonding
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Lisa Kurniawan: University of Surabaya, Surabaya, Indonesia
Journal of Advances in Health and Medical Sciences, 2016, vol. 2, issue 2, 70-81
Many studies stated that carbon dioxide (CO2) connected with panic symptoms. The high level of CO2 inside the brain can stimulate the respiration system and the unstable balance of acid and base which developing into panic symptom. On this experiment, researcher use breath holding intervention to increase the level of CO2. The high level of CO2 generate the production of endocrine and significant emotional reaction or behavior. The connection between the emotional function and the panic symptom, eager the researcher to underline the role of social contact inside individual. Based on the researches, the sensitivity of social influences also affect to future panic symptom. The chosen variable related to social contact is social bonding. Social bonding variable will be formed into the photos of closer relatives and non-closer relatives to the subject. To measure and analyze data, researcher use QEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalography) to record the brain waves when the subject see and feel the bonding through photos which are shown.
Keywords: Carbon dioxide; Panic; Breath holding; Social bonding; EEG (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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