Over the past three decades a total of 351 studies have been performed with the VU-AMS device. You can use our search tool below to navigate through our publication inventory using keywords on title, author, or publication year to find if we have published papers in your field of interest.

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Title Authors Date

Acute stress reactivity and intrusive memory development: a randomized trial using an adjusted trauma film paradigm

Hilberdink, de Rooij, Olff, Bosch & van Zuiden 2022

Eye Movement Desensitization (EMD) to reduce posttraumatic stress disorder-related stress reactivity in Indonesia PTSD patients: a study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Susanty, Sijbrandij, Srisayekti & Huizink 2021

Infant Parasympathetic and Sympathetic Activity during Baseline, Stress and Recovery: Interactions with Prenatal Adversity Predict Physical Aggression in Toddlerhood

Suurland, van der Heijden, Huijbregts, van Goozen & Swaab 2018

Interaction between prenatal risk and infant parasympathetic and sympathetic stress reactivity predicts early aggression

Suurland, van der Heijden, Huijbregts, van Goozen & Swaab 2017

The role of stress reactivity in the long-term persistence of adolescent social anxiety symptoms

Nelemans, Hale III, Branje, van Lier, Koot & Meeus 2017

Cardiovascular reactivity as a mechanism linking child trauma to adolescent psychopathology

Heleniak, McLaughlin, Ormel & Riese 2016

Neuroticism and extraversion in relation to physiological stress reactivity during adolescence

Evans, Stam, Huizink, Willemen, Westenberg, Branje, Meeus, Koot & van Lier 2016

Speaking under pressure: Low linguistic complexity is linked to high physiological and emotional stress reactivity

Saslow, McCoy, van der Löwe, Cosley, Vartan, Oveis, Keltner, Moskowitz & Epel 2014

Circadian Variation in Cardiac Autonomic Activity: Reactivity Measurements to Different Types of Stressors

van Eekelen, Houtveen & Kerkhof 2004