|Title:||Biological and Psychological Factors in Cardiovascular Disease|
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|Publisher:||Springer-Verlag; 1 edition (October 1986)|
Coronary heart disease - Psychological aspects - Congresses. 2. Type A behavior - Congresses. 3. Stress (Psychology) - Congresses. The possible role of the interaction of biological and psychological factors in ed diseases, hypertension, and sudden cardiac death has received steadily increasing scientific interest, especially during the past few decades. Behaviors capturing attention as potential coronaryprone tendencies have generally fallen into two categories.
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Psychophysiologic Testing of Cardiovascular Responses to Physiologic and Psychological Challenge: Analysis of Intraindividual Stability. M. Horvath, E. Frantik, A. Slaby. When I organized one of the first conferences on stress and coronary heart disease in West Germany in 1976, followed by conferences in 1979 and 1980, the semantic problems between physicians and psychologists were very significant. However, communication has improved in this area during the last decade.
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Biological and Psychological Factors in Cardiovascular Disease. Pp. 628; illustrated; DM98. Springer Verlag: Berlin. Recommend this journal. Psychological Medicine.
J. Halhuber, Thomas H. Schmidt, Theodore M. Dembroski. An opening address should ask the right questions, which we expect to answer during the coming years. A good opening address should formu- late hypotheses for falsification during the conference or in the near fu- ture. Mter Dr. Groen's excellent lecture yesterday, I feel better about my task, because I feel I am not alone in asking the ten questions in my ab- stract
Only additional psychosocial and psychological factors, in characterization and stratification of coronary ˇ ulic´ Viktor C particular depression and anxiety syndromes, patients according to possible health risks and Division of Cardiology contribute to the pathogenesis of ischaemic benefits associated with alcohol consumption Department of Medicine heart disease. 4,5 Their effect is comparable will have practical value for clinicians. R, psychological factors, and acute and chronic heart Herrmann HC, McCullough PA: Breathing Not Properly Multinational Study Investigators. N Engl J Med 2002;347:161 –167.
However, it also is a difficult task for me because the subject of this conference concerning biobehavioral factors in coronary heart disease is controversial, not only in the medical society, but in my own mind as well.
book by Theodore M. A good opening address should formu late hypotheses for falsification during the conference or in the near fu ture. Groen's excellent lecture yesterday, I feel better about my task, because I feel I am not alone in asking the ten questions in my ab stract.