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Effects of postnatal experience on avoidance, shock sensitivity and open-field behavior of two selectively bred strains of rats
The effects of postnatal experience on avoidance, shock sensitivity, and open-field behavior were investigated in the Roman high avoidance (RHA/Lu) and the Roman low avoidance (RLA/Lu) selectively bred strains of rats.
The response to frustration of physically fit and unfit individuals
Fifty-two male and 40 female undergraduates were tested for their levels of physical fitness as determined by predicted maximal oxygen uptake. By selecting the top and bottom ten subjects for each sex a fit and unfit group ...
The relationship of leadership dimensions under conditions of stress
The present research examined the relationship between two leadership test, the Least-Preferred Co-Worker (LPC) scale and the Leadership Opinion Questionnaire (LOQ). The two instruments are claimed to measure two conceptually ...
Physical fitness, health, and cardiovascular recovery from psychological and physiological stress in women
The present study examined the relationship of fitness and exercise to psychological state, health behaviours, and cardiovascular recovery from stress in a sample of 79 females aged 17-36 years. The study was conducted during ...
Finger temperature recovery from stress
The purpose of the study was to determine whether finger temperature is a useful and reliable measure of physiological recovery from stress. The design was an ABA format in which days one and three involved a stressor, ...
Comparison of heart rate recovery from physical and mental stress
The present study evaluated a new paradigm for identifying individuals who show exaggerated, delayed physiological recovery following mental stress. Siibjects first performed a mental task, a face-to-face quiz, wliile ...