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Publications [#270986] of James A. Blumenthal

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  1. Sherwood, A; Turner, JR; Light, KC; Blumenthal, JA (1990). Temporal stability of the hemodynamics of cardiovascular reactivity.. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology, 10(1), 95-98. [2269653], [doi]
    (last updated on 2019/07/19)

    Cardiovascular responses to a competitive reaction-time task were monitored in 13 male subjects tested twice, 3 months apart. The temporal stability of blood pressure responses was in line with previous reports. However, in this study impedance cardiography permitted the investigation of the hemodynamic adjustments underlying the observed blood pressure responses. Analyses revealed that cardiac output and total peripheral resistance responses displayed temporal stability, indicating that subjects' blood pressure responses on the two occasions were the result of similar hemodynamic responses. These data thus extend the literature by demonstrating that the hemodynamic response pattern itself represents a stable individual difference variable.

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