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Personality and physiological reactions to acute psychological stress
A Bibbey, D Carroll, TJ Roseboom, AC Phillips, SR de Rooij
International journal of psychophysiology 90 (1), 28-36, 2013
2152013
Cardiovascular and cortisol reactions to acute psychological stress under conditions of high versus low social evaluative threat: associations with the type D personality construct
A Bibbey, D Carroll, AT Ginty, AC Phillips
Psychosomatic Medicine 77 (5), 599-608, 2015
802015
Problematic Internet use, excessive alcohol consumption, their comorbidity and cardiovascular and cortisol reactions to acute psychological stress in a student population
A Bibbey, AC Phillips, AT Ginty, D Carroll
Journal of behavioral addictions 4 (2), 44-52, 2015
412015
Exploring the possible mechanisms of blunted cardiac reactivity to acute psychological stress
RC Brindle, AC Whittaker, A Bibbey, D Carroll, AT Ginty
International Journal of Psychophysiology 113, 1-7, 2017
362017
Validation of the Acute Recovery and Stress Scale (ARSS) and the Short Recovery and Stress Scale (SRSS) in three English-speaking regions
S Kölling, P Schaffran, A Bibbey, M Drew, B Raysmith, A Nässi, ...
Journal of sports sciences 38 (2), 130-139, 2020
312020
Blunted cardiac stress reactors exhibit relatively high levels of behavioural impulsivity
A Bibbey, AT Ginty, RC Brindle, AC Phillips, D Carroll
Physiology & Behavior 159, 40-44, 2016
232016
Personality, cardiovascular, and cortisol reactions to acute psychological stress in the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study
DKT Coyle, S Howard, A Bibbey, S Gallagher, AC Whittaker, AM Creaven
International Journal of Psychophysiology 148, 67-74, 2020
202020
Forced expiratory volume is associated with cardiovascular and cortisol reactions to acute psychological stress
D Carroll, A Bibbey, TJ Roseboom, AC Phillips, AT Ginty, SR De Rooij
Psychophysiology 49 (6), 866-872, 2012
142012
Low forced expiratory volume is associated with blunted cardiac reactions to acute psychological stress in a community sample of middle-aged men and women
D Carroll, AC Phillips, G Der, K Hunt, A Bibbey, M Benzeval, AT Ginty
International journal of psychophysiology 90 (1), 17-20, 2013
132013
Constitutional and behavioural correlates of individual differences in biological stress reactivity
A Bibbey
University of Birmingham, 2015
42015
Personality and physiological reactions to acute psychological stress in a large cohort of middle aged men and women.
A Bibbey, D Carroll, T Roseboom, A Phillips, S De Rooij
American Psychosomatic Society Conference, 2013
12013
DO YOU LISTEN TO YOUR HEAD OR YOUR HEART: DISASSOCIATION BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
A Ginty, SE Williams, RC Brindle, A Bibbey, AC Phillips, D Carroll
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 21, S59-S60, 2014
2014
We are watching you: type D personality is associated with exaggerated cardiovascular stress reactivity but only under high social evaluative threat
A Bibbey, A Phillips, D Carroll
American Psychosomatic Society, 17, 2014
2014
We are watching you: Type D personality is associated with greater blood pressure, heart rate and hormone responses in socially stressful situations
A Bibbey
University of Birmingham, 2014
2014
Co-morbid Internet and alcohol dependency is associated with blunted cardiac and cortisol reactions to acute psychological stress.
A Bibbey, A Ginty, D Carroll, A Phillips
American Psychosomatic Society Conference, 2013
2013
How stressed do you get?: A negative personality constellation is associated with higher feelings of stress but lower blood pressure, heart rate, and hormone responses to …
A Bibbey
University of Birmingham, 2013
2013
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R Brindle, A Whittaker, A Bibbey, D Carroll, A Ginty
Personality and cortisol and cardiovascular reactions to acute psychological stress
A Bibbey, D Carroll, TJ Roseboom, AC Phillips, SR de Rooij
Research Archive and Digital Asset Repository
A Bibbey, A Ginty, R Brindle, A Phillips, D Carroll
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