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Effects of respiratory self-control on cardiovascular and psychological reactivity to laboratory stressors
Japanese Journal of Physiological Psychology and Psychophysiology
To determine whether self-control of breathing can alter cardiovascular and psychological reactivity to a laboratory stressor, 29 male and female subjects were assigned at random to either experimental (n=13) or control (n=16) groups. All of the subjects completed two sessions of three trials each following a laboratory stress protocol involving mental arithmetic and cold pressor tests. The experimental subjects did not regulate their breathing during the first trial of each session, and trieddoi:10.5674/jjppp1983.23.207 fatcat:pdqy2ju3prc4xdgneopcds2gvy