Jos F. Brosschot focuses on Cognition, Developmental psychology, Worry, Perseverative cognition and Anxiety. His research in Cognition intersects with topics in Heart rate variability and Psychopathology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Anxiety disorder, Stressor and Stroop effect.
His Worry research integrates issues from Perseveration, Rumination and Clinical psychology. His research integrates issues of Internal medicine and Cardiology in his study of Perseverative cognition. Jos F. Brosschot works mostly in the field of Anxiety, limiting it down to concerns involving Cognitive psychology and, occasionally, Attentional bias, Panic disorder and Emotionality.
His primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Worry, Cognition, Perseverative cognition and Anxiety. His Developmental psychology research includes elements of Stress, Affect, Heart rate variability, Heart rate and Anxiety disorder. His Worry study which covers Rumination that intersects with Clinical psychology.
In his research on the topic of Cognition, Locus of control and Personality is strongly related with Coping. His Perseverative cognition research focuses on Stressor and how it relates to Chronic stress and Immune system. His work carried out in the field of Anxiety brings together such families of science as Physical therapy, Anticipation and Cognitive bias.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Perseverative cognition, Heart rate variability, Developmental psychology, Worry and Anxiety. His Perseverative cognition study incorporates themes from Hemodynamics, Cognitive psychology and Functional connectivity. The Heart rate variability study combines topics in areas such as Head, Generalized anxiety disorder, Clinical psychology and Cardiology.
His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stress, Affect, Stressor, Disease and Loneliness. The concepts of his Worry study are interwoven with issues in Intervention, Rumination, Cognition and Stress management. His Anxiety research incorporates themes from mHealth, Extinction and Randomized controlled trial.
Jos F. Brosschot mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Anxiety, Heart rate variability, Heart rate and Cognition. His study in Developmental psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stress and Loneliness. His Anxiety study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mental health and Vagus nerve stimulation, Vagus nerve.
His study looks at the relationship between Heart rate variability and topics such as Depression, which overlap with Sadness, Sex characteristics, Ambulatory and Mediation. His work deals with themes such as Mood, Affect and Cardiology, which intersect with Heart rate. Particularly relevant to Perseverative cognition is his body of work in Cognition.
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The relationship of autonomic imbalance, heart rate variability and cardiovascular disease risk factors
Julian F. Thayer;Shelby S. Yamamoto;Jos F. Brosschot.
International Journal of Cardiology (2010)
The perseverative cognition hypothesis: a review of worry, prolonged stress-related physiological activation, and health.
Jos F. Brosschot;William Gerin;Julian F. Thayer.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (2006)
Psychosomatics and psychopathology: looking up and down from the brain
Julian F. Thayer;Jos F. Brosschot.
Expanding stress theory: prolonged activation and perseverative cognition.
Jos F. Brosschot;Suzanne Pieper;Julian F. Thayer.
Daily worry is related to low heart rate variability during waking and the subsequent nocturnal sleep period.
Jos F. Brosschot;Eduard Van Dijk;Julian F. Thayer.
International Journal of Psychophysiology (2007)
Toward a causal model of cardiovascular responses to stress and the development of cardiovascular disease.
Amy R. Schwartz;William Gerin;Karina W. Davidson;Thomas G. Pickering.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2003)
Physiological concomitants of perseverative cognition: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Cristina Ottaviani;Julian F. Thayer;Bart Verkuil;Antonia Lonigro.
Psychological Bulletin (2016)
Anger inhibition, cardiovascular recovery, and vagal function: A model of the link between hostility and cardiovascular disease
Jos F. Brosschot;Julian F. Thayer.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine (1998)
The emotional Stroop interference effect in anxiety: Attentional bias or cognitive avoidance?
C. de Ruiter;J.F. Brosschot.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (1994)
Heart rate response is longer after negative emotions than after positive emotions.
Jos F. Brosschot;Julian F. Thayer.
International Journal of Psychophysiology (2003)
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