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Individual Differences in Cardiovascular Response to Stress : Pharmaceutical Biotechnology - J. Rick Turner

Individual Differences in Cardiovascular Response to Stress

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

By: J. Rick Turner (Editor), Andrew Sherwood (Editor), Kathleen Light (Editor)

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Published: 30th September 1992
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Demonstrating that the magnitude and pattern of cardiovascular response to stress varies markedly between individuals, this work discusses the mechanisms by which the cardiovascular system is mobilized during stress, the determinants of individual differences, and the pathophysiological processes by which responses to stress may lead to cardiovascular disease. Behavioral scientists from a variety of disciplines will find the work pertinent to their research.

Cardiovascular Reactivity: Laboratory and Ambulatory Assessment Procedures
A Conceptual and Methodological Overview of Cardiovascular Reactivity Researchp. 3
Sympathetic Nervous System Responses to Psychosocial Stressorsp. 33
Individual Differences in Ambulatory Blood Pressure Patternsp. 51
The Ecological Validity of Laboratory Stress Testingp. 63
Determinants of Individual Differences in Cardiovascular Responses During Stress
Genes, Stress, and Cardiovascular Reactivityp. 87
Personality Characteristics, Reactivity, and Cardiovascular Diseasep. 103
Toward Understanding Race Difference in Autonomic Reactivity: A Proposed Contextual Modelp. 125
The Role of Reproductive Hormones in Cardiovascular and Neuroendocrine Function during Behavioral Stressp. 147
The Role of Cardiovascular Reactivity in Hypertension Riskp. 165
Stress Reactivity in Childhood and Adolescencep. 187
Does Aerobic Exercise Reduce Stress Responses?p. 203
Cardiovascular Stress Responses and Cardiovascular Disease
Endogenous Opioids and Stress Reactivity in the Development of Essential Hypertensionp. 221
Differential Responses to Salt Intake - Stress Interactions: Relevance to Hypertensionp. 245
A Biobehavioral Model of Hypertension Developmentp. 265
High Cardiovascular Reactivity to Stress: A Predictor of Later Hypertension Developmentp. 281
Indexp. 295
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ISBN: 9780306441554
ISBN-10: 0306441551
Series: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 302
Published: 30th September 1992
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.63