Ethnicity, social class and hostility: effects on in vivo beta-adrenergic receptor responsiveness.

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Little is known about the potential influences of social and psychosocial variables in accounting for ethnic differences in the beta-adrenergic receptor. We examined the effects of ethnicity, social class, and other variables on an in vivo marker of beta-adrenergic receptor responsiveness (Chronotropic 25 Dose, CD(25)) for 224 African-Americans and… (More)

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@article{Jain2004EthnicitySC, title={Ethnicity, social class and hostility: effects on in vivo beta-adrenergic receptor responsiveness.}, author={S. Jain and Joel E. Dimsdale and Scott C. Roesch and Paul J. Mills}, journal={Biological psychology}, year={2004}, volume={65 2}, pages={89-100} }