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THE SOCIAL PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE
THE EFFECTS OF THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT ON STRESS-RELATED CARDIOVASCULAR ACTIVATION
PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS FOR THE SOCIAL SUPPORT-REACTIVITY HYPOTHESIS
SOME TOUCHING SITUATIONS
SOCIAL EVALUATION INFLUENCE ON CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE TO A FIXED BEHAVIORAL CHALLENGE
PERCEPTIONS OF SPOUSE DOMINANCE PREDICT BLOOD PRESSURE REACTIVITY DURING MARITAL INTERACTIONS
ROLE-PLAYED INTERPERSONAL INTERACTION
A CASE FOR THE USEFULNESS OF LABORATORY SOCIAL STRESSORS
THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIVITY
ANGER INHIBITION, CARDIOVASCULAR RECOVERY, AND VAGAL FUNCTION
SOCIAL PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, SOCIAL CIRCUMSTANCES, AND HEALTH