Review Article
Volume 13 Issue 10 - 2021
Neurobiology of Circadian Cycle: A Contemplative Approach
Santa Misra*
Professor, Department of Psychology, Sri Sri University, Odisha, India
*Corresponding Author: Santa Misra, Professor, Department of Psychology, Sri Sri University, Odisha, India.
Received: July 26, 2021; Published: September 07, 2021




Abstract

This paper is a part of D.Litt research work. Keeping in view of present pandemic situation the paper is based on quasi experimental data on circadian cycle. The focus is to provide the evidences on neurobiological clock within the organism that mobilizes, energizes, manages, maintains and regulates most of the behaviors, known as circadian cycle. Besides the study also emphasized on a contemplation of Indian philosophy and modern innovative observations on circadian rhythmic processes. And how it will be effective in educational upliftment of the students by regulating their activity-arousal cycle that can have an important variable in the teaching-learning processes.

Keywords: Neurobiology; Circadian Cycle; Covid-19

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Citation: Santa Misra. “Neurobiology of Circadian Cycle: A Contemplative Approach”. EC Neurology 13.10 (2021): 21-29.

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