Estimating time-varying RSA to examine psychophysiological linkage of marital dyads.

Abstract

One of the primary tenets of polyvagal theory dictates that parasympathetic influence on heart rate, often estimated by respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA), shifts rapidly in response to changing environmental demands. The current standard analytic approach of aggregating RSA estimates across time to arrive at one value fails to capture this dynamic property… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/psyp.12428

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@article{Gates2015EstimatingTR, title={Estimating time-varying RSA to examine psychophysiological linkage of marital dyads.}, author={Kathleen M. Gates and Lisa M Gatzke-Kopp and Maria Sandsten and Alysia Y Blandon}, journal={Psychophysiology}, year={2015}, volume={52 8}, pages={1059-65} }