Stress and immunity

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Stress and immunity

[edited by] Nicholas Plotnikoff ... [et al.]

CRC Press, c1991

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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内容説明

Stress and Immunity introduces and updates the status of research on stress and immunity. Clinical aspects of stress and immunity are presented in the first 17 chapters and include discussions regarding the influence of depression disorders on immune functions and stress interrelationships with cancer, AIDS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Herpes Simplex infections. There is also a review of physical exercise and immunity. The second half of the book is devoted to discussions regarding basic research being conducted in the field of stress and immunity. This includes discussions on the interrelationships of the central nervous system and the immune system and research on stress hormones (e.g., enkephalins, endorphins) as they interrelate with the immune system. In addition, animal models for the study of stress and immunity are discussed. Psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists, clinical psychologists, internists, immunologists, and researchers in psychosomatic disorders should consider this an essential reference volume.

目次

Clinical Studies on Stress and Immunity Stress-Associated Modulation of the Immune Response in Humans, J.E. Hillhouse, J.K. Kiecolt-Glaser, and R. Glaser Behavior as a Biological Response Modifier, L.A. Heiden and S.M. Levy The Effects of Psychological and Physical Stress in Humans, A. Breier, M. Albus, O.M. Wolkowitz, T. Zahn, S. Paul, and D. Pickar Psychosocial Stress and Disease: A Historical Sketch, R. Kellner Stress and Immunity: A Behavioral Medicine Perspective, E.A. Workman and M.F. LaVia Alterations in Immunocompetence during Stress: A Medical Perspective, J.R. Calabrese and C. Wilde Behavioral Effects of Natural Stress Hormones, C.D. Kimball Life Stress, Depression, and Reduced Natural Cytotoxicity: Clinical Findings and Putative Mechanisms, M. Irwin and L. Jones Bereavement: Effects on Immunity and Risk of Disease, G.D. Andrianopoulos and J.A. Flaherty Depressive Disorders and Immunity, S.J. Schleifer and S.E. Keller Stress, Depression and Immunity: Research Findings and Clinical Implications, D.O. Perkins, J. Leserman, J.H. Gilmore, J.M. Petitto, and D.L. Evans Depression and Coping Style as Modulators of the Immune Response under Stress, M. Biondi and P. Pancheri Psychological Factors, Immune Processes, and the Course of Herpes Simplex and Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection, M.E. Kemeny Physical Exercise and Immunity, R.C. Hickson and J.B. Boone, Jr. Catecholamine and Leukocyte Phenotype Responses to Mental Stress in Subjects with Anxiety or Suppressed Aggression, R.M.A. Landmann, C. Perini, F.B. Muller, and F.R. Buhler Assessment of Stress-Induced Immune Function in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients, H.G. Gratzner, T.S. Johnson, W.J. Hermann, T.L. Steinbach, and Regina De Herrera Psychosocial Stress and Breast Cancer, C.L. Cooper and E.B. Faragher The Role of Stress Hormones in the Modulation of the Immune Response Interactions between the Immune System and the Nervous System, R.E. Faith, A.J. Murgo, and N.P. Plotnikoff Production of Opioid Peptides by Immunocompetent Cells and the Potential Role of These Cytokines in the Stress Response, S.J. Lolait Opioid Systems and Immune Functions, H.N. Bhargava The Role of Endogeneous Opioids and Opioid Receptors in Human and Animal Cancer, I.S. Zagon and P.J. McLaughlin Enhancement of Tumor Resistance in Mice by Enkephalins, A.J. Murgo, R.E. Faith, and N.P. Plotnikoff Interaction of Immune Cytokines and CNS Opioids: A Possible Interface for Stress-Induced Immune Suppression?, P.M. Dougherty and N. Dafny Erythrocyte-Opioid Peptide Interactions, C.O. Simpkins Physiological Stress and Immune Response: Myelopeptides, R.V. Petrov and L.A. Zakharova Opioids and the Physiological Regulation of Natural Killer Cell Activity and Flushing, J.E. Morley, G.F. Solomon, and D. Benton Methionine Enkephalin, A New Lymphokine for the Treatment of ARC Patients, J. Wybran and N.P. Plotnikoff Growth Hormone and Prolactin as Natural Antagonists of Glucocorticoids in Immunoregulation, K.W. Kelley and R. Dantzer Neurohormones, Serotonin, and Their Receptors in the Immune System, E.M. Smith, D.V. Harbour, T.K. Hughes, T. Kent, M.J. Ebaugh, A. Jazayeri, and W.J. Meyer, III Neuropeptide Signals and Receptors in the Thymus, V. Geenen, F. Robert, J.J. Legros, and P. Franchimont Animal Models of Stress and Immunity Stress, Immunity, and Cancer, W.H. Vogel and D.B. Bower Stress-Induced Alterations of Immunity in Rodents, D.T. Lysle, J.E. Cunnick, and B.S. Rabin Chronic Stress and the Immune Response, W.J. Kort and I.M. Weijma Index

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