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The acute stress response is a complex phenomenon that involves different psychophysiological systems such as subjective stress experience, activation of the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis and activation of the autonomic nervous system. However, it is not clear whether these systems relate differently to other constructs that are found to be relevant for the stress process such as personality traits or gender. The current study aimed to address this question by measuring the effect ofdoi:10.25365/thesis.63136 fatcat:l23c6je35neobgbv5k4bob755a