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    1. Light, KC; Hinderliter, AL; West, SG; Grewen, KM; Steege, JF; Sherwood, A; Girdler, SS
      Hormone replacement improves hemodynamic profile and left ventricular geometry in hypertensive and normotensive postmenopausal women

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    2. Light, KC
      Hypertension and the reactivity hypothesis: The next generation

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    3. Girdler, SS; Straneva, PA; Light, KC; Pedersen, CA; Morrow, AL
      Allopregnanolone levels and reactivity to mental stress in premenstrual dysphoric disorder

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    4. West, SG; Hinderliter, AL; Wells, EC; Girdler, SS; Light, KC
      Transdermal estrogen reduces vascular resistance and serum cholesterol in postmenopausal women

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
    5. Sheps, DS; Kaufmann, PG; Sheffield, D; Light, KC; McMahon, RP; Bonsall, R; Maixner, W; Carney, RM; Freedland, KE; Cohen, JD; Goldberg, AD; Ketterer, MW; Raczynski, JM; Pepine, CJ
      Sex differences in chest pain in patients with documented coronary artery disease and exercise-induced ischemia: Results from the PIMI study

      AMERICAN HEART JOURNAL
    6. Grewen, K; Girdler, SS; West, SG; Bragdon, E; Costello, N; Light, KC
      Stable pessimistic attributions interact with socioeconomic status to influence blood pressure and vulnerability to hypertension

      JOURNAL OF WOMENS HEALTH & GENDER-BASED MEDICINE
    7. Rose, KM; Tyroler, HA; Nardo, CJ; Arnett, DK; Light, KC; Rosamond, W; Sharrett, AR; Szklo, M
      Orthostatic hypotension and the incidence of coronary heart disease: The atherosclerosis risk in communities study

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    8. Light, KC; Smith, TE; Johns, JM; Brownley, KA; Hofheimer, JA; Amico, JA
      Oxytocin responsivity in mothers of infants: A preliminary study of relationships with blood pressure during laboratory stress and normal ambulatory activity

      HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    9. Koo-Loeb, JH; Costello, N; Light, KC; Girdler, SS
      Women with eating disorder tendencies display altered cardiovascular, neuroendocrine, and psychosocial profiles

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    10. Girdler, SS; Hinderliter, AL; West, SG; Grewen, K; Steege, J; Light, KC
      Postmenopausal smokers show reduced hemodynamic benefit from oral hormone replacement

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    11. Girdler, SS; O'Briant, C; Steege, J; Grewen, K; Light, KC
      A comparison of the effect of estrogen with or without progesterone on mood and physical symptoms in postmenopausal women

      JOURNAL OF WOMENS HEALTH & GENDER-BASED MEDICINE
    12. Broadwell, SD; Light, KC
      Family support and cardiovascular responses in married couples during conflict and other interactions

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    13. Sheps, DS; McMahon, RP; Light, KC; Maixner, W; Pepine, CJ; Cohen, JD; Goldberg, AD; Bonsall, R; Carney, R; Stone, PH; Sheffield, D; Kaufmann, PG
      Low hot pain threshold predicts shorter time to exercise-induced angina: Results from the psychophysiological investigations of myocardial ischemia (PIMI) study

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY
    14. West, SG; Light, KC; Hinderliter, AL; Stanwyck, CL; Bragdon, EE; Brownley, KA
      Potassium supplementation induces beneficial cardiovascular changes duringrest and stress in salt sensitive individuals

      HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    15. Light, KC; Girdler, SS; Sherwood, A; Bragdon, EE; Brownley, KA; West, SG; Hinderliter, AL
      High stress responsivity predicts later blood pressure only in combinationwith positive family history and high life stress

      HYPERTENSION
    16. Nardo, CJ; Chambless, LE; Light, KC; Rosamond, WD; Sharrett, AR; Tell, GS; Heiss, G
      Descriptive epidemiology of blood pressure response to change in body position - The ARIC study

      HYPERTENSION
    17. SHEFFIELD D; KRITTAYAPHONG R; CASCIO WE; LIGHT KC; GOLDEN RN; FINKEL JB; GLEKAS G; KOCH GG; SHEPS DS
      HEART-RATE-VARIABILITY AT REST AND DURING MENTAL STRESS IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE - DIFFERENCES IN PATIENTS WITH HIGH AND LOW DEPRESSION SCORES

      International journal of behavioral medicine
    18. West, SG; Brownley, KA; Light, KC
      Postexercise vasodilatation reduces diastolic blood pressure responses to stress

      ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    19. LIGHT KC; KOTHANDAPANI RV; ALLEN MT
      ENHANCED CARDIOVASCULAR AND CATECHOLAMINE RESPONSES IN WOMEN WITH DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS

      International journal of psychophysiology
    20. Girdler, SS; Pedersen, CA; Straneva, PA; Leserman, J; Stanwyck, CL; Benjamin, S; Light, KC
      Dysregulation of cardiovascular and neuroendocrine responses to stress in premenstrual dysphoric disorder

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH
    21. BROADWELL SD; BRAGDON EE; LIGHT KC
      FAMILY SUPPORT AND CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSES IN MARRIED-COUPLES DURINGCONFLICT AND OTHER INTERACTIONS

      Psychosomatic medicine
    22. SHEFFIELD D; SHEPS DS; LIGHT KC; FREEDLAND KE; CARNEY RM; COGHLAN CG; COHEN JD; GOLDBERG AD; PEPINE CJ; STONE PH; KAUFMANN PG; MCMAHON RP
      DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND HEART-RATE-VARIABILITY - RESULTS FROM THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA (PIMI) STUDY

      Psychosomatic medicine
    23. LIGHT KC; GIRDLER SS; WEST SG; GREWEN KM; STEEGE JF; STANWYCK CL; RANC J; LAMOTHE TL; CHUNG SH; BROWN H; HINDERLITER AL
      HORMONE REPLACEMENT REDUCES VASOCONSTRICTION AND MEAN BLOOD-PRESSURE AT REST AND DURING STRESS IN HEALTHY POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN

      Psychosomatic medicine
    24. SHEPS DS; KAUFMANN PG; MCMAHON RP; SHEFFIELD D; BONSALL R; LIGHT KC; COHEN JD; GOLDBERG D; KETTERER MW; RACZYNSKI J; PEPINE CJ
      GENDER DIFFERENCES IN CHEST PAIN IN PATIENTS WITH DOCUMENTED CAD AND EXERCISE-INDUCED ISCHEMIA - RESULTS FROM THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA (PIMI) STUDY

      Circulation
    25. SHEPS DS; MCMAHON RP; BECKER LC; COHEN JD; FREEDLAND KE; KAUFMANN PG; KETTERER MW; LIGHT KC; PEPINE CJ; RACZYNSKI J; SHEFFIELD D
      FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CHEST PAIN DURING MENTAL STRESS IN PATIENTS WITH DOCUMENTED CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE - RESULTS FROM THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA (PIMI) STUDY

      Circulation
    26. BRAGDON EE; LIGHT KC; GIRDLER SS; MAIXNER W
      BLOOD-PRESSURE, GENDER, AND PARENTAL HYPERTENSION ARE FACTORS IN BASE-LINE AND POSTSTRESS PAIN SENSITIVITY IN NORMOTENSIVE ADULTS

      International journal of behavioral medicine
    27. SHERWOOD A; GIRDLER SS; BRAGDON EE; WEST SG; BROWNLEY KA; HINDERLITER AL; LIGHT KC
      10-YEAR STABILITY OF CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSES TO LABORATORY STRESSORS

      Psychophysiology
    28. FILLINGIM RB; MAIXNER W; GIRDLER SS; LIGHT KC; HARRIS B; SHEPS DS; MASON GA
      ISCHEMIC BUT NOT THERMAL PAIN SENSITIVITY VARIES ACROSS THE MENSTRUAL-CYCLE

      Psychosomatic medicine
    29. LIGHT KC
      STRESS IN EMPLOYED WOMEN - A WOMANS WORK IS NEVER DONE IF SHES A WORKING MOM

      Psychosomatic medicine
    30. KRITTAYAPHONG R; CASCIO WE; LIGHT KC; SHEFFIELD D; GOLDEN RN; FINKEL JB; GLEKAS G; KOCH GG; SHEPS DS
      HEART-RATE-VARIABILITY IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE - DIFFERENCES IN PATIENTS WITH HIGHER AND LOWER DEPRESSION SCORES

      Psychosomatic medicine
    31. SHEFFIELD D; SHEPS DS; LIGHT KC; KRANTZ DS; STONE PH; RACZYNSKI J; KAUFMANN PG; FORMAN S
      TRIGGERS OF MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA DURING DAILY-LIFE - RESULTS FROM THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA (PIMI) STUDY

      Psychosomatic medicine
    32. SHEFFIELD D; KRITTAYAPHONG R; CASCIO WE; LIGHT KC; GOLDEN RN; FINKEL JB; GLEKAS G; KOCH GG; SHEPS DS
      DIFFERENCES IN HEART-RATE-VARIABILITY AT REST AND DURING MENTAL STRESS IN CARDIAC PATIENTS WITH HIGH AND LOW DEPRESSION SCORES

      Psychosomatic medicine
    33. GIRDLER SS; HINDERLITER AL; BROWNLEY KA; TURNER JR; SHERWOOD A; LIGHT KC
      THE ABILITY OF ACTIVE VERSUS PASSIVE COPING TASKS TO PREDICT FUTURE BLOOD-PRESSURE LEVELS IN NORMOTENSIVE MEN AND WOMEN

      International journal of behavioral medicine
    34. BROWNLEY KA; WEST SG; HINDERLITER AL; LIGHT KC
      ACUTE AEROBIC EXERCISE REDUCES AMBULATORY BLOOD-PRESSURE IN BORDERLINE HYPERTENSIVE MEN AND WOMEN

      American journal of hypertension
    35. HINDERLITER AL; LIGHT KC; GIRDLER SS; WILLIS PW; SHERWOOD A
      BLOOD-PRESSURE RESPONSES TO STRESS - RELATION TO LEFT-VENTRICULAR STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

      Annals of behavioral medicine
    36. BROWNLEY KA; LIGHT KC; ANDERSON NB
      SOCIAL SUPPORT AND HOSTILITY INTERACT TO INFLUENCE CLINIC, WORK, AND HOME BLOOD-PRESSURE IN BLACK-AND-WHITE MEN AND WOMEN

      Psychophysiology
    37. SHAPIRO D; JAMNER LD; LANE JD; LIGHT KC; MYRTEK M; SAWADA Y; STEPTOE A
      BLOOD-PRESSURE PUBLICATION GUIDELINES

      Psychophysiology
    38. SHEFFIELD D; GO BM; BILES PL; CHRISTY CG; LIGHT KC; SHEPS DS
      CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIVITY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS-INDUCED MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA IN CARDIAC PATIENTS

      Psychophysiology
    39. SHEPS DS; MCMAHON R; LIGHT KC; MAIXNER W; PEPINE CJ; COHEN JD; GOLDBERG AD; COGHLIN C; KAUFMANN PG
      LOW HOT PAIN THRESHOLD PREDICTS SHORTER LIME TO EXERCISE-INDUCED ANGINA - THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA (PIMI) STUDY

      Circulation
    40. GOLDBERG AD; BECKER LC; BONSALL R; COHEN JD; KETTERER MW; KAUFMAN PG; KRANTZ DS; LIGHT KC; MCMAHON RP; NOREUIL T; PEPINE CJ; RACZYNSKI J; STONE PH; STROTHER D; TAYLOR H; SHEPS DS
      ISCHEMIC, HEMODYNAMIC, AND NEUROHORMONAL RESPONSES TO MENTAL AND EXERCISE STRESS - EXPERIENCE FROM THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA STUDY (PIMI)

      Circulation
    41. HINDERLITER AL; SAGER AR; SHERWOOD A; LIGHT KC; GIRDLER SS; WILIS PW
      ETHNIC-DIFFERENCES IN FOREARM VASODILATOR CAPACITY

      The American journal of cardiology
    42. MILLER SB; TURNER JR; SHERWOOD A; BROWNLEY KA; HINDERLITER AL; LIGHT KC
      PARENTAL HISTORY OF HYPERTENSION AND CARDIOVASCULAR-RESPONSE TO STRESS IN BLACK-AND-WHITE MEN

      International journal of behavioral medicine
    43. HINDERLITER AL; LIGHT KC; WILLIS PW
      PATIENTS WITH BORDERLINE ELEVATED BLOOD-PRESSURE HAVE ENHANCED LEFT-VENTRICULAR CONTRACTILITY

      American journal of hypertension
    44. SHEPS DS; BALLENGER MN; DEGENT GE; KRITTAYAPHONG R; DITTMAN E; MAIXNER W; MCCARTNEY W; GOLDEN RN; KOCH G; LIGHT KC
      PSYCHOPHYSICAL RESPONSES TO A SPEECH STRESSOR - CORRELATION OF PLASMABETA-ENDORPHIN LEVELS AT REST AND AFTER PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS WITH THERMALLY MEASURED PAIN THRESHOLD IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    45. GIRDLER SS; PEDERSEN CA; LIGHT KC
      THYROID AXIS FUNCTION DURING THE MENSTRUAL-CYCLE IN WOMEN WITH PREMENSTRUAL-SYNDROME

      Psychoneuroendocrinology
    46. LIGHT KC; BROWNLEY KA; TURNER JR; HINDERLITER AL; GIRDLER SS; SHERWOOD A; ANDERSON NB
      JOB STATUS AND HIGH-EFFORT COPING INFLUENCE WORK BLOOD-PRESSURE IN WOMEN AND BLACKS

      Hypertension
    47. SHERWOOD A; HINDERLITER AL; LIGHT KC
      PHYSIOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF HYPERREACTIVITY TO STRESS IN BORDERLINEHYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    48. CACIOPPO JT; BERG WK; BERNTSON GG; BRADLEY MM; CARROLL D; DAVIDSON RJ; GIARD MH; HOBSON JA; HOLCOMB PJ; HUGDAHL K; IACONO W; KIECOLTGLASER JK; KNIGHT RT; LIGHT KC; MILLER GA
      UNTITLED

      Psychophysiology
    49. BROWNLEY KA; LIGHT KC; ANDERSON NB
      SOCIAL SUPPORT AND HOSTILITY INTERACT TO INFLUENCE AMBULATORY BLOOD-PRESSURE IN MEN AND WOMEN

      Psychosomatic medicine
    50. KRITTAYAPHONG R; CASCIO WE; LIGHT KC; GOLDEN RN; FINKEL JB; GLEKAS G; SHEPS DS
      HIGHER MMPI-D SCORE IS RELATED TO LOWER VAGAL TONE AT REST AND INCREASED SYMPATHETIC TONE DURING MENTAL STRESS IN PATIENTS WITH CAD

      Psychosomatic medicine
    51. KRITTAYAPHONG R; LIGHT KC; BILES PL; BALLENGER MN; SHEPS DS
      INCREASED HEART-RATE RESPONSE TO LABORATORY INDUCED MENTAL STRESS PREDICTS FREQUENCY AND DURATION OF DAILY-LIFE AMBULATORY ISCHEMIA IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE

      Circulation
    52. HOLME I; NARDO CJ; SHARRETT AR; LIGHT KC; FOLSOM AR; TYROLER HA; HEISS G
      POSTURAL CHANGE IN BLOOD-PRESSURE AND INCIDENT HYPERTENSION - THE ARIC STUDY

      Circulation
    53. KRITTAYAPHONG R; LIGHT KC; BILES PL; BALLENGER MN; SHEPS DS
      INCREASED HEART-RATE RESPONSE TO LABORATORY-INDUCED MENTAL STRESS PREDICTS FREQUENCY AND DURATION OF DAILY-LIFE AMBULATORY MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE

      The American journal of cardiology
    54. GIRDLER SS; LIGHT KC
      HEMODYNAMIC STRESS RESPONSES IN MEN AND WOMEN EXAMINED AS A FUNCTION OF FEMALE MENSTRUAL-CYCLE PHASE

      International journal of psychophysiology
    55. TURNER JR; SHERWOOD A; LIGHT KC
      INTERTASK CONSISTENCY OF HEMODYNAMIC-RESPONSES TO LABORATORY STRESSORS IN A BIRACIAL SAMPLE OF MEN AND WOMEN

      International journal of psychophysiology
    56. LIGHT KC; LYSLE DT; BRAGDON E; WEST S; BROWNLEY K; FOLDS JD
      EFFECTS OF SYMPATHETIC BLOCKADE AND SALT INTAKE ON NATURAL-KILLER-CELLS AFTER MENTAL STRESS IN HEALTHY BLACK ADULTS

      Psychosomatic medicine
    57. TURNER JR; LIGHT KC; SHERWOOD A
      HEMODYNAMIC-RESPONSE INTERTASK CONSISTENCY - GENDER AND ETHNICITY

      Psychosomatic medicine
    58. LIGHT KC; TURNER JR; HINDERLITER AL; SHERWOOD A
      RACE AND GENDER COMPARISONS .1. HEMODYNAMIC-RESPONSES TO A SERIES OF STRESSORS

      Health psychology
    59. LIGHT KC; TURNER JR; HINDERLITER AL; SHERWOOD A
      RACE AND GENDER COMPARISONS .2. PREDICTIONS OF WORK BLOOD-PRESSURE FROM LABORATORY BASE-LINE AND CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIVITY MEASURES

      Health psychology
    60. GIRDLER SS; PEDERSEN CA; STERN RA; LIGHT KC
      MENSTRUAL-CYCLE AND PREMENSTRUAL-SYNDROME - MODIFIERS OF CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIVITY IN WOMEN

      Health psychology
    61. MILLER PF; LIGHT KC; BRAGDON EE; BALLENGER MN; HERBST MC; MAIXNER W; HINDERLITER AL; ATKINSON SS; KOCH GG; SHEPS DS
      BETA-ENDORPHIN RESPONSE TO EXERCISE AND MENTAL STRESS IN PATIENTS WITH ISCHEMIC-HEART-DISEASE

      Journal of psychosomatic research


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