Exploring a New Relationship between Gene Regulation and Behaviour Psychology by Employing Acharangenetics

  • Rajan Keshri
  • Harpreet Kaur
Keywords: behaviour, genes, acharangentics, psychology, hormone, brain, characters, psyche, hormones, genetics


In order to explain certain impressions, communication demeanour, emotional interaction and the action arises is a stimulus from an individual in response to his current situation. Our social cerebrum develops this behavioural stimulus - the framework we consider to be the psyche. Psyche outcome is affected by the level of understanding of an organism on which communication or behavioural response develops. Hormones channelize this significant connectivity and intensity. Our characters are reactions generated by certain hormones in the cells of different organs. The shift in hormone convergence triggers a change in character. This article examines the different effects that hormones have on our physiological status and henceforth on our communication behaviour. All the hormones generated by the body cells are monitored and monitored by the genes present in the cell's control nucleus. It sends the signal to various hormone synthesising organs as the cerebrum (nerve centre) senses any character or any circumstance, and the protein is synthesised by the organs according to the order of genes that Psyche influenced. As per the reaction shifts in Psyche, hormones are produced depending on different variables. Since the behaviour is constrained by the hormones, according to the command from the cerebrum, the characteristics that are tweaking hormones blend should turn now and again. Under the order of cerebrum, explicit hormone is generated for the specific alteration of behaviour. In order to explore the techniques by the mode of  behaviour psychology, which can regulate gene activity, we have tried to establish a connection between communication behaviour and genes. In order to clarify the association of behavioural psychology and genes, the word Acharangenetics was written. The word Acharangenetics is a compound word, structured by a combination of two words that investigate heredity: the Acharan Hindi root word meaning character and the subsequent word is genetics.


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How to Cite
Rajan Keshri, & Harpreet Kaur. (2021). Exploring a New Relationship between Gene Regulation and Behaviour Psychology by Employing Acharangenetics. International Journal for Research in Applied Sciences and Biotechnology, 8(1), 64-76. https://doi.org/10.31033/ijrasb.8.1.8