2 edition of Clinical and methodological issues in cardiovascular psychophysiology found in the catalog.
Clinical and methodological issues in cardiovascular psychophysiology
|Statement||edited by A. Steptoe, H. Rüddel, H. Neus.|
|Contributions||Steptoe, Andrew., Rüddel, H. 1950-, Neus, H. 1953-, Commission of the European Communities. Concerted Action on Quantification of Parameters for the Study of Breakdown in Human Adaptation., Universität Bonn. Dept. of Internal Medicine.|
|LC Classifications||RC683.5.P75 C57 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||85014810|
Goldstein, I. New York: Appleton. I consider myself very fortunate to have been among those individuals whose both professional and personal lives have been indelibly influenced by Julian. Dicara Transaction Publishers, Section III will summarize literature on biopsychosocial investigation of specific cardiovascular disease entities, the evidence base for relevant biopsychosocial interventions, and evaluation of the impact of cardiovascular diseases on behavior.
It could also be used to more easily train and evaluate mental states during meditation itself. Vernon, Iowa,pp. Stress and blood pressure. Non-invasive cardiovascular monitoring by electrical impedance technique.
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Google Scholar Lake, B. Section IV will cover select special topics in the field of cardiovascular behavioral medicine including common comorbidities, special populations, special issues, and data analytic issues.
Male sexual circuitry. Nature Publishing Group. Struyker Boudier Eds. He became interested in music and started playing the double bass when only 10 years old. Julian left Penn State for an associate professorship in the Psychology Department at the University of Missouri Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, Psychosomatic Medicine, 53, — Assessment and Treatment.
Google Scholar Carroll, D. Return to Top Anderson, R. Psychophysiology, 15, 80— Social competence interview for assessing physiological reactivity in adolescents. The Applications section illustrates the many ways that psychophysiological methods are already being used in engineering applications.
This book contains original essays by leading authorities on the subject. The rapid upward trajectory of his career was recognized in his receiving the Early Career Award for Contributions to Psychosomatic Medicine from the American Psychosomatic Society Psychophysiologic strategies in laboratory research.
Clinicians, residents, or fellows in pediatrics will also appreciate its brevity and up-to-date coverage. Decreased beta-adrenoceptor responsiveness as related to age, blood pressure, and plasma catecholamines in patients with essential hypertension. Chronic renal failure and sexual functioning: Clinical status versus objectively assessed sexual response.
Individual differences in behaviorally evoked cardiovascular response: Temporal stability and hemodynamic patterning. Do laboratory tests of blood pressure reactivity predict blood pressure variability in real life?. The zen masters experienced a statistically significant reduction in initial illusion measured as error in millimeters and a lower decrement in illusion for subsequent trials.
It could also be used to more easily train and evaluate mental states during meditation itself. Relationship between cardiac output and peripheral resistance in borderline hypertension.
Yamashiro, J. It has been unclear to what extent these practices share neural correlates. Race, borderline hypertension and hemodynamic responses to behavioral stress before and after beta-adrenergic blockade.This book serves as a benchmark for all future research in cardiovascular psychophysiology, and as such it will be of continuing interest to advanced students, researchers, scholars, and teachers in the fields of psychophysiology, psychiatry, cardiology, and biomedical engineering.
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Language: English ISBN: (U.S.), (U.S.) LCCN: MeSH: Cardiovascular Diseases/psychology*; Heart Function Tests/methods*; Psychophysiology*; Stress, Psychological* Publication Type(s): Congresses Notes: Based on a meeting held in May in Linz, Federal Republic of Germany, and organized by the Commission of the.
This book is extensively illustrated and presented in a well organized textbook-like format, so that it can be effectively used in graduate courses dealing with clinical and cognitive psychol-ogy, as well as behavioral biology.
There are four main sections: [»] Basic Conceptual Issues [.] Organization ofEmotions in Memory: Applications to Imagery. 1. Int J Psychophysiol. Jan;25(1) Some recent applications of clinical psychophysiology. Mangina CA(1).
Author information: (1)Montreal Research and Treatment Center, Quebec, Canada. In this paper, major trends in the recent applications of Clinical Psychophysiology are atlasbowling.com by: Dissertation Title: “Sensory, perceptual, and methodological factors in cardiac perception.” Dissertation Advisor: Jasper Brener Ph.D.
Master of Arts, Psychology, State University of New York at Stony Brook. Thesis focused on sensory and methodological factors that influence performance in cardiovascular interoception.