Psychophysiology of arterial baroreceptors and the etiology of hypertension


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RAU, Harald, Thomas ELBERT, 2001. Psychophysiology of arterial baroreceptors and the etiology of hypertension. In: Biological Psychology. 57, pp. 179-201. Available under: doi: 10.1016/S0301-0511(01)00094-1

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