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autogenous

[ȯ′täj·ə·nəs]
(biology)
Originating or derived from sources within the same individual.
(science and technology)
Self-generated; produced without external influence.
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The dissolution of stress, in all its myriad physical and psychological manifestations, is the primordial indication for the practice of autogenic training and Tummo Meditation.
The most common type of gap that intersected cerulean territories was autogenic treefall gaps which comprised 68% of gaps.
Noting its rare use in the treatment of chronic conditions, Sadigh (psychology, Cedar Crest College) outlines the use of autogenic training for chronic pain and stress-related disorders.
For the purposes of this study, acute stress management techniques were defined as coping strategies used in an acute setting to alleviate stress such as: progressive muscle relaxation, stretching exercises, breathing exercises, autogenic training, imagery, visualization, meditation, mindfulness, self-distraction, denial, substance use, use of emotional support, use of instrumental support, disengagement, venting, planning, humor, acceptance, religion, self-blame, problem-focused coping, emotion-focused coping, effective time management, positive reappraisal, and engagement in leisure activities.
Noon (1996) proposed two phases in early constructed wetland primary succession called the arrival and establishment phase, which is characterized by random arrival and establishment of species, and the autogenic dominance phase, which is characterized by biomass production and competition between species.
These patients underwent direct repair with autogenic bone graft from iliac crest and instrumentation with hook screws or translaminar screws.
Autogenic succession in a subtropical savanna: conversion of grassland to thorn woodland.
Motile cilia represent a cellular extension that enhances transfer of DEP organics to ciliary membranes via autogenic exposure, given the enormous increase in cellular surface (Figure 7A).
Parasite life cycles are completed within the confines of the lake and such parasites are termed autogenic species.
Autogenic training has been described as the Western answer to Eastern techniques such as yoga or zen meditation.
Effects of autogenic and imagery training on the shooting performance in Biathlon.
Mind-body techniques include relaxation, hypnosis, visual imagery, meditation, biofeedback, cognitive-behavioral therapies, group support, autogenic training, and expressive arts therapies such as art, music, or dance.