International Journal of Psychophysiology
Cardiovascular activity, hostility, mental arithmetic stress, anger inhibition, USM
Hostility and anger have been attributed as psychosocial risk factors for coronary heart disease. Heightened cardiovascular reactivity (CVR), and poor recovery, to provocative stressors are thought to hasten this risk. Purpose: To examine the relationship between hostility and anger inhibition (AI), and the moderating situational influences of harassment and evaluation, in predicting CVR and recovery to mental arithmetic (MA) stress using a multiple regression approach.
Vella, E. J., & Friedman, B. H. (2009). Hostility and anger in: Cardiovascular reactivity and recovery to mental arithmetic stress. International Journal Of Psychophysiology, 72(3), 253-259.
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