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The use of a recently developed noninvasive automated blood-pressure device has . hypertensive individuals increases in blood pressure greater than 25—40 % occurred within 30 . Medicine and the University of Maryland School of .
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Jul 1, 2005 . Psychosomatic Medicine 67:531-538 (2005) . Oxytocin, Cortisol, Norepinephrine, and Blood Pressure Before and After Warm Partner Contact .
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Sixteen female and 15 male graduate, medical or dental students were exposed to two speech tasks and two math tasks. While there were no significant differences in blood pressure . Psychosomatic Medicine 52:571-591 (1990). 571 .
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Results: The average workday blood pressure and heart rate were significantly . Daily blood pressure increases associated with caffeine consumption could .
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was told to expect delayed blood-pressure-lowering and the other group immediate . The systolic blood pressure decrease during the training period in the . From the Behavioral Medicine Program, Stanford . Psychosomatic Medicine, Vol.
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Nov 3, 2011 . Cardiovascular-Emotional Dampening: The Relationship Between Blood Pressure and Recognition of Emotion. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2011 .
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Objective: Persons with elevated blood pressure (BP) show dampened emotional responses to affect-laden . Psychosomatic Medicine 73:743Y750 (2011). 743 .
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In this section of the chapter we will discuss six: psychosomatic medicine, psychoneuroimmunology, . —ethnic differences in stress-related high blood pressure .
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Steffen, P.R., Blumenthal, J.A., Hinderliter, A.L., & Sherwood, A. (2001). Religious coping, ethnicity, and ambulatory blood pressure. Psychosomatic Medicine, 63 .
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Division of Psychosomatic Medicine, Teikyo University Hospital, Tokyo, Japan . and temporary responses can be physiological (e.g., elevated blood pressure), .
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Psychosomatic Medicine, 59, 388-398. (pdf) Glynn, L.M., Christenfeld, N., & Gerin , W. (1997). Implications of alternative methods of computing blood pressure .
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Heart rate, arterial blood pressure, and levels of plasma . blood pressure in response to sustained changes in baroreceptor input. The possibility that transient .
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Oct 21, 2011 . Objective To test the reactivity hypothesis using blood pressure data collected 12 . Methods Resting blood pressure was recorded at an initial baseline and in . for November–December 2011 Psychosomatic Medicine, Vol.
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blood pressure and heart rate were monitored from the start of the workday until bedtime. Urinary excretion . Psychosomatic Medicine 64:595–603 (2002) .
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Dec 10, 2007 . Expectation and the blood-pressure-lowering effects of relaxation. Psychosomatic Medicine, 44, 389 - 395. Agras, W. S., Taylor, C. B., Kraemer, .
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May 5, 2011 . Christopher Wanjek, LiveScience's Bad Medicine Columnist . and lower blood pressure was published in 2006 in Psychosomatic Medicine, .
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Cardiovascular reactivity to stress predicts future blood pressure in adolescence. Psychosomatic Medicine, 65, 410-415. Article. Räikkönen, K., Matthews, K.A., .
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