CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP CARDIAC RHYTHM OF CHIMPANZEE'S FETUS FROM PSYCHO-EMOTIONAL CHARACTER OF HIS MOTHER (PAN TROGLODYTES)Journal: Science and world (Vol.1, No. 18)
Publication Date: 2015-02-17
Authors : Kuznetsova T.G.;
Page : 51-53
Keywords : chimpanzee; pregnant female; fetus; cardiac rhythm and emotional state.;
Homeostasis of the baby’s organism begins “learning of adaptation” as early as at the antenatal period and improves during the postnatal period. The formed and activated patterns of fetal responses to positive and negative emotional stimuli of the external medium activate with the help of maternal influences the fetal own adaptation systems and resources. The performed analysis of behavioral cardiovascular reactions of the pregnant female and her fetus has shown that the fetus’ viability is determined not only by the physical, but also by the emotional, psychic state of mothers, which is indicated by the lack of the complete correlation between the maternal and fetal cardiac rhythms. Most likely, as early as at this stage of ontogenesis a requirement is involved for self-preservation of the fetal life and permanent domination of requirements of each of the dominants of the “mother-fetus” and subsequently of the “mother-baby (cup)” system, i.e., their bidominance. Chimpanzees, by their morpho-functional, somatic, and physiological organization of the higher nervous activity, are the closest to human. Therefore, analysis of the available and of specially modeled erotogenic situations can help essentially in the search for answer to the questions as to how the mother’s psychic state and / or stress of various intensity can affect the developing chimpanzee brain and what their consequences are. To obtain answers to these questions is important both for primatology and for practical medicine.
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