Almaguer-Mederos Le Con

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Although laboratory stress research is a popular and vibrant area of research activity, there is surprisingly little evidence that laboratory stress models are clinically useful (i.e. that they can explain and predict the development of disease). This article summarizes evidence that the usefulness of lab stress research can be improved with the use of(More)
  • Figueroa Kp, Zu L Dura, +14 authors Varón Diestro
  • 2009
vement of cranial nerves in patients and pre-symptomatic relatives in SCA2: a neurophys-iologic follow-up study in 232 subjects. Ab-Involvement of the cranial nerves and their nuclei in spino-cerebellar ataxia type 2 SCA2). pocos casos en la literatura neurológica [1-9]. En ocasiones, la pérdida es sólo parcial [10]; en tales casos, los defectos en la(More)
We attempted to validate the usefulness of the laboratory reactivity paradigm by examining responses to three distinct lab tasks and an overall lab average as predictors for ambulatory blood pressure. Subjects were 126 university students. We assessed ambulatory blood pressure, heart rate and perceived distress during an 8-hr working day. In the lab, all(More)
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