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Stress, Coping, and Cardiovascular Disease.

By: Mccabe, Philip.
Contributor(s): Schneiderman, Neil | Field, Tiffany M | Wellens, A. Rodney.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Stress and Coping Series: Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (297 p.).ISBN: 9781410601339.Subject(s): Cardiovascular system -- Diseases -- Psychosomatic aspects -- Congresses | Stress (Psychology) -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Stress, Coping, and Cardiovascular DiseaseDDC classification: 616.1071 LOC classification: RC669 -- .S823 2000Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Book Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- 1 Stress Responses, Coping, and Cardiovascular Neurobiology: Central Nervous System Circuitry Underlying Learned and Unlearned Affective Responses to Stressful Stimuli -- 2 Blood Pressure Elevation as a Coping Response -- 3 Social Stress, Gender, and Coronary Heart Disease Risk in Monkeys -- 4 Low-Flow Circulatory State and the Pathophysiological Development of Cardiovascular Disease: A Model of Autonomic Mediation of Cardiovascular Regulation -- 5 Blood Pressure, Appraisal, and Coping With Stressors
6 Ethnic Differences in Blood Pressure Regulation -- 7 Cardiovascular Reactivity as an Indicator of Risk for Future Hypertension -- 8 The Prognostic Importance of Depression, Anxiety, Anger, and Social Support Following Myocardial Infarction: Opportunities for Improving Survival -- 9 Stress and Social Support in Relation to Cardiovascular Health -- Author Index -- Subject Index
Summary: The latest volume in the series based on the Annual Stress and Coping Symposia held at the University of Miami, Drs. McCabe, Schneiderman, Field, and Wellens bring together an outstanding group of researchers to examine the relationship between bio-behavioral and social factors and heart disease. Highlights of the book include an in-depth look at the latest research on: * basic physiological processes in cardiovascular reactivity to stress; * pathophysiological mechanisms in cardiovascular disease; * ethnic differences in cardiovascular regulation; * psychosocial influences on cardiovascular f
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Book Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- 1 Stress Responses, Coping, and Cardiovascular Neurobiology: Central Nervous System Circuitry Underlying Learned and Unlearned Affective Responses to Stressful Stimuli -- 2 Blood Pressure Elevation as a Coping Response -- 3 Social Stress, Gender, and Coronary Heart Disease Risk in Monkeys -- 4 Low-Flow Circulatory State and the Pathophysiological Development of Cardiovascular Disease: A Model of Autonomic Mediation of Cardiovascular Regulation -- 5 Blood Pressure, Appraisal, and Coping With Stressors

6 Ethnic Differences in Blood Pressure Regulation -- 7 Cardiovascular Reactivity as an Indicator of Risk for Future Hypertension -- 8 The Prognostic Importance of Depression, Anxiety, Anger, and Social Support Following Myocardial Infarction: Opportunities for Improving Survival -- 9 Stress and Social Support in Relation to Cardiovascular Health -- Author Index -- Subject Index

The latest volume in the series based on the Annual Stress and Coping Symposia held at the University of Miami, Drs. McCabe, Schneiderman, Field, and Wellens bring together an outstanding group of researchers to examine the relationship between bio-behavioral and social factors and heart disease. Highlights of the book include an in-depth look at the latest research on: * basic physiological processes in cardiovascular reactivity to stress; * pathophysiological mechanisms in cardiovascular disease; * ethnic differences in cardiovascular regulation; * psychosocial influences on cardiovascular f

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