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" Diffuse correlation spectroscopy " (DCS) is a technology for non-invasive transcranial measurement of cerebral blood flow (CBF) that can be hybridized with " near-infrared spectroscopy " (NIRS). Taken together these methods hold potential for monitoring hemodynamics in stroke patients. We explore the utility of DCS and NIRS to measure effects of(More)
(2006) Optimizing assurance: The risk regulation system in relationships. Psychological Bulletin, 132, 641–666] interpersonal risk regulation model posits that people cope with threats to their romantic relationships by prioritizing self-protection goals over connectedness goals. The current paper tests whether these relationship-specific responses to(More)
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