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Stress & Smoking in Natural Settings: An Ambulatory Study

Institution: University of California, Los Angeles
Investigator(s): David Shapiro, Ph.D.
Award Cycle: 1992 (Cycle 1) Grant #: 1RT-0205 Award: $489,853
Subject Area: Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics
Award Type: Research Project Awards
Abstracts
Publications

Ambulatory stress psychophysiology: the study of "compensatory and defensive counterforces" and conflict in a natural setting
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Shapiro D, Jamner LD, Goldstein IB ART
Yr: 1993 Vol: 55 Nbr: 3 Abs: Pg: 309-323

Effects of nicotine on stress and pain reactivity: differential influences of gender and task
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Girdler SS, Jamner LD, Shapiro D, Jarvik ME, Soles R ABS
Yr: 1993 Vol: 55 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 101

Nicotine, stress, pain, and cardiovascular reactivity: effects of defensiveness and hostility
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Jamner LD, Girdler SS, Shapiro D, Jarvik ME, Soles R, Conover L ABS
Yr: 1993 Vol: 55 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 124-125

Ambulatory blood pressure and heart rate in paramedics: effects of cynical hostility and defensiveness
Periodical: Psychosomatic Medicine Index Medicus:
Authors: Jamner LD, Shapiro D, Goldstein IB, Hug R ART
Yr: 1991 Vol: 53 Nbr: 4 Abs: Pg: 393-406

Ambulatory blood pressure and heart rate in healthy male paramedics during a work day and a nonworkday
Periodical: Health Psychology Index Medicus:
Authors: Goldstein IB, Jamner LD, Shapiro D ART
Yr: 1992 Vol: 11 Nbr: 1 Abs: Pg: 48-54

The acute effects of smoking on heart rate and blood pressure: an ambulatory study
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Jaquet FS, Shapiro D, Uijtdehaage SHJ ART
Yr: 1994 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg: