Self-reported stressors, symptom complaints and psychobiological functioning-II: Psychoneuroendocrine variables.

Abstract

The present study examined resting endocrinological functioning and endocrine responsivity to new challenges as a function of self-reported stress load and symptomatology. Following a baseline period, four groups of male subjects (low-load/low-symptoms; low-load/high-symptoms; high-load/low-symptoms; high-load/high-symptoms) were exposed to stressful films… (More)

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