The General Theory of Behaviour V: Entrainment, Rhythm and Synchronicity

This fifth post in a series about A General Theory of Behaviour examines homeostasis, synchronicity and circadian systems in the regulation of arousal, behaviour and sociality. This is a beautifully engineered system where homeostatic and circadian influences at multiple levels are integrated to permit optimal integration of mediators in the internal milieu and external world.Continue reading “The General Theory of Behaviour V: Entrainment, Rhythm and Synchronicity”