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Sensory Effects of Baroreceptor Activation and Perceived Stress Together Predict Long-Term Blood Pressure Elevations

Sensory Effects of Baroreceptor Activation and Perceived Stress Together Predict Long-Term Blood Pressure Elevations

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ELBERT, Thomas, Barry R. DWORKIN, Harald RAU, Paul PAULI, Niels BIRBAUMER, Conrad DROSTE, Cornelis Henri Marie BRUNIA, 1994. Sensory Effects of Baroreceptor Activation and Perceived Stress Together Predict Long-Term Blood Pressure Elevations. In: International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 1(3), pp. 215-228. Available under: doi: 10.1207/s15327558ijbm0103_3

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