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Cardiovascular and neuroendocrine adjustment to public speaking and mental arithmetic stressors
M Al'Absi, S Bongard, T Buchanan, GA Pincomb, J Licinio, WR Lovallo
Psychophysiology 34 (3), 266-275, 1997
5651997
Continuous inference of psychological stress from sensory measurements collected in the natural environment
K Plarre, A Raij, SM Hossain, AA Ali, M Nakajima, M Al'Absi, E Ertin, ...
Proceedings of the 10th ACM/IEEE international conference on information …, 2011
3772011
Randomized trial of reduced-nicotine standards for cigarettes
EC Donny, RL Denlinger, JW Tidey, JS Koopmeiners, NL Benowitz, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 373 (14), 1340-1349, 2015
3742015
cStress: towards a gold standard for continuous stress assessment in the mobile environment
K Hovsepian, M Al'Absi, E Ertin, T Kamarck, M Nakajima, S Kumar
Proceedings of the 2015 ACM international joint conference on pervasive and …, 2015
3442015
Can anxiety help us tolerate pain?
M Al Absi, PD Rokke
Pain 46 (1), 43-51, 1991
3271991
AutoSense: unobtrusively wearable sensor suite for inferring the onset, causality, and consequences of stress in the field
E Ertin, N Stohs, S Kumar, A Raij, M Al'Absi, S Shah
Proceedings of the 9th ACM conference on embedded networked sensor systems …, 2011
3112011
Cortisol fluctuates with increases and decreases in negative affect
TW Buchanan, M Al'Absi, WR Lovallo
Psychoneuroendocrinology 24 (2), 227-241, 1999
2921999
Caffeine stimulation of cortisol secretion across the waking hours in relation to caffeine intake levels
WR Lovallo, TL Whitsett, M al’Absi, BH Sung, AS Vincent, MF Wilson
Psychosomatic medicine 67 (5), 734-739, 2005
2242005
Prospective examination of effects of smoking abstinence on cortisol and withdrawal symptoms as predictors of early smoking relapse
M al’Absi, D Hatsukami, GL Davis, LE Wittmers
Drug and alcohol dependence 73 (3), 267-278, 2004
2192004
Attenuated adrenocorticotropic responses to psychological stress are associated with early smoking relapse
M al’Absi, D Hatsukami, GL Davis
Psychopharmacology 181, 107-117, 2005
2152005
Attenuated adrenocortical and blood pressure responses to psychological stress in ad libitum and abstinent smokers
M Al'Absi, LE Wittmers, J Erickson, D Hatsukami, B Crouse
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 74 (2), 401-410, 2003
2052003
Adrenocortical and hemodynamic predictors of pain perception in men and women
M al'Absi, KL Petersen, LE Wittmers
Pain 96 (1-2), 197-204, 2002
2052002
Hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenocortical responses to psychological stress and risk for smoking relapse
M Al'Absi
International Journal of Psychophysiology 59 (3), 218-227, 2006
1912006
Catastrophizing is related to pain ratings, but not nociceptive flexion reflex threshold
CR France, JL France, M al'Absi, C Ring, D McIntyre
Pain 99 (3), 459-463, 2002
1832002
Personalized stress detection from physiological measurements
Y Shi, MH Nguyen, P Blitz, B French, S Fisk, F De la Torre, A Smailagic, ...
International symposium on quality of life technology 1, 28-29, 2010
1672010
The effect of acute stress on subsequent neuropsychological test performance (2003)
R Hoffman, M Al'Absi
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 19 (4), 497-506, 2004
1492004
Adrenocortical stress responses and altered working memory performance
M Al'Absi, K Hugdahl, WR Lovallo
Psychophysiology 39 (1), 95-99, 2002
1482002
Global research challenges and opportunities for mental health and substance-use disorders
F Baingana, M Al'Absi, AE Becker, B Pringle
Nature 527 (7578), S172-S177, 2015
1462015
Effect of immediate vs gradual reduction in nicotine content of cigarettes on biomarkers of smoke exposure: a randomized clinical trial
DK Hatsukami, X Luo, JA Jensen, M Al’Absi, SS Allen, SG Carmella, ...
Jama 320 (9), 880-891, 2018
1432018
Adrenocortical responses to psychological stress and risk for hypertension
M Al'Absi, DK Arnett
Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy 54 (5), 234-244, 2000
1372000
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