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This article reviews the concept that an increased blood pressure reactivity to noxious stimuli may play a causal role in the development of sustained hypertension (the “reactivity hypothesis”). We examine five aspects of this hypothesis. First, increased reactivity should be a characteristic of...
It has been suggested that heightened cardiovascular responses to behavioral stressors play some role in the development of arterial hypertension. Two aspects of this hypothesis are discussed here: (a) current conceptualizations of cardiovascular reactivity as a dimension of individual...
We report the results of a meta-analysis of case/control studies regarding the blood pressure and heart rate responses to behavioral stress of three groups and their controls: essential hypertensives, borderline hypertensives, and offspring of hypertensives. Results showed that, relative to...
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