The paradoxical relation between diastolic blood pressure change under stress and the H factor of the Jenkins Activity Survey.

@article{Goldstein1985ThePR,
  title={The paradoxical relation between diastolic blood pressure change under stress and the H factor of the Jenkins Activity Survey.},
  author={Harold S Goldstein and Robert Edelberg and Christophe Meier and J A Orzano and L Blaufuss},
  journal={Journal of psychosomatic research},
  year={1985},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={419-25}
}
This study examined the relation of the Type A scale and of the three factors of the Jenkins Activity Survey to the cardiovascular responses of twenty-six subjects during two stressful tasks. The two tasks were reaction time (RT) and paced arithmetic (PA) and the sample was drawn from a general medical practice. While heart rate correlated directly with the… CONTINUE READING