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Ing articulung iti tungkul ya keng king pseudoscientific a teoria da reng biorhythm. Para king sientipicung pamagaral kareng durut da reng mabibie o biological cycles, lawen ye ing Chronobiology.
Biorhythm Chart

Ing biorhythm (from Greek βιορυθμός - biorhuthmos) metung yang durut o cycle a basi king teoria, tungkul king aspetu ning pamikakatawan (physiological), kapanamdaman (emotional), ampong kayapan o talas o ning kaisipan (intellectual well-being or prowess). Ing "Bio" mangabaldugan yang bie at ing "rhythm" naman, ing flow ing agus king para-pareu ampong taglus-taglus a pamangimut. E ya mas masikan manula kesa king pamikatagun (chance) ing teoria ning biorhythm, at inaus deng pseudoscience deng e maniwala kaniti.[1][2]

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Dalerayan a mebanggit

  1. Biological Rhythms: Implications for the Worker. OTA-BA-463 Box 2-A pg. 30. Office of Technology Assessment (1991-09). Retrieved on 2008-02-21. "No evidence exists to support the concept of biorhythms; in fact, scientific data refute their existence."
  2. Carroll, Robert Todd. Biorhythms. Skeptic's Dictionary. Retrieved on 2008-02-21. "The theory of biorhythms is a pseudoscientific theory that claims our daily lives are significantly affected by rhythmic cycles overlooked by scientists who study biological rhythms."


Pamanialugsug a milimbag (Research publications)


  • Hines, T. M., "Comprehensive review of biorhythm theory". Psychology Department, Pace University, Pleasantville, NY. Psychol Rep. 1998 Aug;83(1):19-64. (ed. concluded that biorhythm theory is not valid.)
  • D'Andrea, V. J., D.R. Black, and N. G. Stayrook, "Relation of the Fliess-Swoboda Biorhythm Theory to suicide occurrence". J Nerv Ment Dis. 1984 Aug;172(8):490-4. (ed. concluded that there was a validity to biorhythm when the innovative methods of the study are put to use.)
  • Laxenaire M., and O. Laurent, "What is the current thinking on the biorhythm theory?". Ann Med Psychol (Paris). 1983 Apr;141(4):425-9. [French](ed. Biorhythm theory is disregarded by the medical world though it has achieved a bit of fame with the public)
  • Wolcott, J. H., R. R. McMeekin, R. E. Burgin, and R. E. Yanowitch, "Correlation of general aviation accidents with the biorhythm theory". Hum Factors. 1977 Jun;19(3):283-93.
  • Khalil, T. M., and C. N. Kurucz, "The influence of 'biorhythm' on accident occurrence and performance". Ergonomics. 1977 Jul;20(4):389-98.
  • "Biorhythm in gynecology--a renaissance of Fliess' theory of periodicity?". Arch Gynecol. 1979 20 July;228(1-4):642. [German]
  • Nijsten, M.W., and S. E.Willemsen, "Accidents a matter of chance? The significance of lunar phases and biorhythms in trauma patients". Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd. 1991 21 December;135(51):2421-4. [Dutch] (ed. 'critical' biorhythm days were not found to increase the number of accidents experienced by subjects.)

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Linimbag da reng e maniwala

  • Gardner, Martin. "Science: Good, Bad and Bogus", Fliess, Freud, and Biorhythm. Ch. 11. Prometheus Books, Buffalo, N.Y. 1981. ISBN 0-87975-573-3
  • Hines, Terence M., "A comprehensive review of biorhythm theory". Reprinted from: Psychological Reports, August 1998, Psychology Department, Pace University
  • Skeptic's Dictionary entry