Psychosocial stress based on public speech in humans: is there a real life/laboratory setting cross-adaptation?

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Repeated or chronic exposure to stressors is associated with changes in neuroendocrine responses depending on the type, intensity, number and frequency of stress exposure as well as previous stress experience. The aim of the study was to test the hypothesis that salivary cortisol and cardiovascular responses to real-life psychosocial stressors related to… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/10253890.2016.1203416

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@article{Jezova2016PsychosocialSB, title={Psychosocial stress based on public speech in humans: is there a real life/laboratory setting cross-adaptation?}, author={Daniela Jezova and Nata{\vs}a Hlav{\'a}{\vc}ov{\'a} and Ilo Dicko and Petra Solarikova and Igor Brezina}, journal={Stress}, year={2016}, volume={19 4}, pages={429-33} }