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    1. Frueh, BC; Turner, SM; Beidel, DC; Cahill, SP
      Assessment of social functioning in combat veterans with PTSD

      AGGRESSION AND VIOLENT BEHAVIOR
    2. Spence, SH; Sharpe, L; Newton-John, T; Champion, D
      An investigation of symptom-specific muscle hyperreactivity in upper extremity cumulative trauma disorder

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF PAIN
    3. Dishman, RK; Graham, RE; Buckworth, J; White-Welkley, J
      Perceived exertion during incremental cycling is not influenced by the type a behavior pattern

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE
    4. Carrillo, E; Moya-Albiol, L; Gonzalez-Bono, E; Salvador, A; Ricarte, J; Gomez-Amor, J
      Gender differences in cardiovascular and electrodermal responses to publicspeaking task: the role of anxiety and mood states

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Nicholson, RA; Townsend, DR; Gramling, SE
      Influence of a scheduled-waiting task on EMG reactivity and oral habits among facial pain patients and no-pain controls

      APPLIED PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY AND BIOFEEDBACK
    6. Simon, EP; Lewis, DM
      Medical hypnosis for temporomandibular disorders: Treatment efficacy and medical utilization outcome

      ORAL SURGERY ORAL MEDICINE ORAL PATHOLOGY ORAL RADIOLOGY AND ENDODONTICS
    7. Hooley, JM; Gotlib, IH
      A diathesis-stress conceptualization of expressed emotion and clinical outcome

      APPLIED & PREVENTIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    8. Vlaeyen, JWS; Linton, SJ
      Fear-avoidance and its consequences in chronic musculoskeletal pain: a state of the art

      PAIN
    9. Malmo, RB; Malmo, HP
      On electromyographic (EMG) gradients and movement-related brain activity: significance for motor control, cognitive functions, and certain psychopathologies

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    10. Ritz, T; Steptoe, A; DeWilde, S; Costa, M
      Emotions and stress increase respiratory resistance in asthma

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    11. Schmidt, S; Walach, H
      Electrodermal activity (EDA) - State-of-the-art measurement and techniquesfor parapsychological purposes

      JOURNAL OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY
    12. Crider, AB; Glaros, AG
      A meta-analysis of EMG biofeedback treatment of temporomandibular disorders

      JOURNAL OF OROFACIAL PAIN
    13. Ekkekakis, P; Petruzzello, SJ
      Acute aerobic exercise and affect - Current status, problems and prospectsregarding dose-response

      SPORTS MEDICINE
    14. Cacioppo, JT
      Emotion

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY
    15. Bansevicius, D; Westgaard, RH; Sjaastad, OM
      Tension-type headache: Pain, fatigue, tension, and EMG responses to mentalactivation

      HEADACHE
    16. Neylan, TC; Fletcher, DJ; Lenoci, M; McCallin, K; Weiss, DS; Schoenfeld, FB; Marmar, CR; Fein, G
      Sensory gating in chronic posttraumatic stress disorder: Reduced auditory P50 suppression in combat veterans

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    17. Liberzon, I; Taylor, SF; Amdur, R; Jung, TD; Chamberlain, KR; Minoshima, S; Koeppe, RA; Fig, LM
      Brain activation in PTSD in response to trauma-related stimuli

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    18. WATSON PJ; CHEN ACN; BOOKER CK; MAIN CJ; JONES AKP
      DIFFERENTIAL ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC RESPONSE TO EXPERIMENTAL COLD PRESSOR TEST IN CHRONIC LOW-BACK-PAIN PATIENTS AND NORMAL CONTROLS

      Journal of musculoskeletal pain
    19. MURAOKA MY; CARLSON JG; CHEMTOB CM
      24-HOUR AMBULATORY BLOOD-PRESSURE AND HEART-RATE MONITORING IN COMBAT-RELATED POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER

      Journal of traumatic stress
    20. CARLSON CR; REID KI; CURRAN SL; STUDTS J; OKESON JP; FALACE D; NITZ A; BERTRAND PM
      PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL-PARAMETERS OF MASTICATORY MUSCLE PAIN

      Pain
    21. FICHTNER CG; PODDIG BE; DEVITO RA
      POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER - PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO TREATMENT

      CNS DRUGS
    22. FLOR H; KNOST B; BIRBAUMER N
      PROCESSING OF PAIN-RELATED AND BODY-RELATED VERBAL MATERIAL IN CHRONIC PAIN PATIENTS - CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL CORRELATES

      Pain
    23. BURNS JW; WIEGNER S; DERLETH M; KISELICA K; PAWL R
      LINKING SYMPTOM-SPECIFIC PHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY TO PAIN SEVERITY INCHRONIC LOW-BACK-PAIN PATIENTS - A TEST OF MEDIATION AND MODERATION MODELS

      Health psychology
    24. WITVLIET CV
      TRAUMATIC INTRUSIVE IMAGERY AS AN EMOTIONAL MEMORY PHENOMENON - A REVIEW OF RESEARCH AND EXPLANATORY INFORMATION-PROCESSING THEORIES

      Clinical psychology review
    25. WATSON PJ; BOOKER CK; MAIN CJ; CHEN ACN
      SURFACE ELECTROMYOGRAPHY IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF CHRONIC LOW-BACK-PAIN PATIENTS - THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FLEXION RELAXATION RATIO

      Clinical biomechanics
    26. BURNS JW
      ANGER MANAGEMENT STYLE AND HOSTILITY - PREDICTING SYMPTOM-SPECIFIC PHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY AMONG CHRONIC LOW-BACK-PAIN PATIENTS

      Journal of behavioral medicine
    27. KOHLER T; FRICKE M; RITZ T; SCHERBAUM N
      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY OF BORDERLINE HYPERTENSIVES AND THEIR RECOVERY AFTER MENTAL STRESS

      Psychotherapy and psychosomatics
    28. BANSEVICIUS D; WESTGAARD RH; JENSEN C
      MENTAL STRESS OF LONG-DURATION - EMG ACTIVITY, PERCEIVED TENSION, FATIGUE, AND PAIN DEVELOPMENT IN PAIN-FREE SUBJECTS

      Headache
    29. KOHLISCH O; KUHMANN W
      SYSTEM RESPONSE-TIME AND READINESS FOR TASK EXECUTION - THE OPTIMUM DURATION OF INTER-TASK DELAYS

      Ergonomics
    30. KOHLER T
      CARDIOVASCULAR, ELECTRODERMAL AND CATECHOLAMINE RESPONSES TO STRESS IN BORDERLINE HYPERTENSIVES

      Stress medicine
    31. HASSMEN P; KOIVULA N
      RATINGS OF PERCEIVED EXERTION BY A GROUP OF WOMEN - DOES TYPE-A BEHAVIOR ACT AS A MODIFIER

      Perceptual and motor skills
    32. FRUEH BC; SMITH DW; LIBET JM
      RACIAL-DIFFERENCES ON PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASURES IN COMBAT VETERANS SEEKING TREATMENT FOR PTSD

      Journal of personality assessment
    33. HARRIS JL; SALUS D; RERECICH R; LARSEN D
      DISTINGUISHING DETECTION FROM IDENTIFICATION IN SUBLIMINAL AUDITORY-PERCEPTION - A REVIEW AND CRITIQUE OF MERIKLES STUDY

      The Journal of general psychology
    34. MURPHY JK; STONEY CM; ALPERT BS; WALKER SS
      GENDER AND ETHNICITY IN CHILDRENS CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIVITY - 7 YEARSOF STUDY

      Health psychology
    35. MYRTEK M
      TYPE-A BEHAVIOR PATTERN, PERSONALITY-FACTORS, DISEASE, AND PHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY - A METAANALYTIC UPDATE

      Personality and individual differences
    36. KOHLER T; SCHERBAUM N; RITZ T
      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF BORDERLINE HYPERTENSIVES IN 2 EXPERIMENTAL SITUATIONS

      Psychotherapy and psychosomatics
    37. HOEHNSARIC R; MCLEOD DR; HIPSLEY P
      IS HYPERAROUSAL ESSENTIAL TO OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER - DIMINISHED PHYSIOLOGICAL FLEXIBILITY, BUT NOT HYPERAROUSAL, CHARACTERIZES PATIENTS WITH OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER

      Archives of general psychiatry
    38. FALK B; HERSEN M; VANHASSELT VB
      ASSESSMENT OF POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER IN OLDER ADULTS - A CRITICAL-REVIEW

      Clinical psychology review
    39. INTRIERI RC; JONES GE; ALCORN JD
      MASSETER MUSCLE HYPERACTIVITY AND MYOFASCIAL PAIN DYSFUNCTION SYNDROME - A RELATIONSHIP UNDER STRESS

      Journal of behavioral medicine
    40. TARRANT MA; MANFREDO MJ; DRIVER BL
      RECOLLECTIONS OF OUTDOOR RECREATION EXPERIENCES - A PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

      Journal of leisure research
    41. LONG N; CHAMBERLAIN K; VINCENT C
      EFFECT OF THE GULF-WAR ON REACTIVATION OF ADVERSE COMBAT-RELATED MEMORIES IN VIETNAM VETERANS

      Journal of clinical psychology
    42. GERARDI RJ; KEANE TM; CAHOON BJ; KLAUMINZER GW
      AN IN-VIVO ASSESSMENT OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AROUSAL IN POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER

      Journal of abnormal psychology
    43. PITMAN RK; ORR SP; LASKO NB
      EFFECTS OF INTRANASAL VASOPRESSIN AND OXYTOCIN ON PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONDING DURING PERSONAL COMBAT IMAGERY IN VIETNAM VETERANS WITH POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER

      Psychiatry research
    44. FLOR H; BIRBAUMER N
      COMPARISON OF THE EFFICACY OF ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC BIOFEEDBACK, COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY, AND CONSERVATIVE MEDICAL INTERVENTIONS IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN

      Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
    45. MCFARLANE AC; WEBER DL; CLARK CR
      ABNORMAL STIMULUS-PROCESSING IN POSTTRAUMATIC-STRESS-DISORDER

      Biological psychiatry


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