A Courtney Devries

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OBJECTIVE To examine the salubrious role of social interaction in modulating the development of allodynia (increased sensitivity to typically innocuous physical stimuli) and depressive-like behavior post peripheral nerve injury in mice. The determination of potential mechanisms that mediate social influences on the behavioral and physiological response to(More)
AIM The primary purpose was to examine affective responses and future intentions in response to self-selected and imposed-intensity walking in inactive women with high levels of stress. The secondary purpose was to examine potential psychobiological variables (cortisol responses and self-efficacy) associated with changes in affective states. METHODS(More)
Immune system activation has implications for cerebrovascular health, but little is known about the function of the immune system after a major cerebrovascular event, such as cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CA/CPR). Cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation damages the hippocampus, an important component of the(More)
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