Pulse Pressure and Pulse Wave Velocity Are Related to Cognitive Decline in the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging
Shari R. Waldstein;S. Carrington Rice;Julian F. Thayer;Samer S. Najjar.
Nonlinear Relations of Blood Pressure to Cognitive Function. The Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging
Shari R. Waldstein;Paul P. Giggey;Julian F. Thayer;Alan B. Zonderman.
Central and autonomic nervous system integration in emotion.
Dirk Hagemann;Shari R. Waldstein;Shari R. Waldstein;Julian F. Thayer.
Brain and Cognition (2003)
Neuropsychological correlates of hypertension: review and methodologic considerations.
Shari R. Waldstein;Stephen B. Manuck;Christopher M. Ryan;Matthew F. Muldoon.
Psychological Bulletin (1991)
Frontal electrocortical and cardiovascular reactivity during happiness and anger
Shari R. Waldstein;Willem J. Kop;Louis A. Schmidt;Amy J. Haufler.
Biological Psychology (2000)
Carotid Intimal Medial Thickness Predicts Cognitive Decline Among Adults Without Clinical Vascular Disease
Carrington Rice Wendell;Alan B. Zonderman;E. Jeffrey Metter;Samer S. Najjar.
Acute Cholesterol Responses to Mental Stress and Change in Posture
Matthew F. Muldoon;Elizabeth A. Bachen;Stephen B. Manuck;Shari R. Waldstein.
JAMA Internal Medicine (1992)
Relation of cognitive appraisal to cardiovascular reactivity, affect, and task engagement.
Karl J. Maier;Shari R. Waldstein;Stephen J. Synowski.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine (2003)
Hypertension and neuropsychological function: A lifespan perspective
Shari R. Waldstein.
Experimental Aging Research (1995)
Similar patterns of cardiovascular response during emotional activation as a function of affective valence and arousal and gender.
Serina A Neumann;Shari R Waldstein;Shari R Waldstein;Shari R Waldstein.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (2001)
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