Depressive symptoms and attenuated physiological reactivity to laboratory stressors.

@article{Schwerdtfeger2011DepressiveSA,
  title={Depressive symptoms and attenuated physiological reactivity to laboratory stressors.},
  author={Andreas Richard Schwerdtfeger and Ann-Kathrin Rosenkaimer},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={87 3},
  pages={430-8}
}
There is evidence that depressive symptoms are associated with attenuated physiological reactivity to active stressors. However, it is not known whether blunted reactivity in depressed individuals is stressor-specific. We examined cardiovascular and electrodermal reactivity in non-clinical participants with varying levels of depressive symptoms to different active and passive stressors. Depressive symptoms were inversely related to both blood pressure and skin conductance reactivity during a… CONTINUE READING
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