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

The relationship between stress reactivity in the laboratory and in real-life: Is reliability the limiting factor?

van Doornen, Knol, Willemsen & de Geus 1994

Differential effects of active versus passive coping on secretory immunity

Bosch, de Geus, Kelder, Veerman, Hoogstraten & Amerongen 2001

Comparison between the Fourier and Wavelet methods of spectral analysis applied to stationary and nonstationary heart period data

Houtveen & Molenaar 2001

Stress responsivity and socioeconomic status: a mechanism for increased cardiovascular disease risk?

Steptoe, Feldman, Kunz, Owen, Willemsen & Marmot 2002

Understanding challenging behaviour in people with severe and profound intellectual disability: a stress-attachment model

Janssen, Schuengel & Stolk 2002

Cortisol responses to mild psychological stress are inversely associated with proinflammatory cytokines

Kunz-Ebrecht, Mohamed-Ali, Feldman, Kirschbaum & Steptoe 2003

Acute stress evokes selective mobilization of T cells that differ in chemokine receptor expression: a potential pathway linking immunologic reactivity to cardiovascular disease

Bosch, Berntson, Cacioppo, Dhabhar & Marucha 2003

Job strain in relation to ambulatory blood pressure, heart rate, and heart rate variability among female nurses

Riese, Van Doornen, Houtman & De Geus 2004

Acquired sensitivity to relevant physiological activity in patients with chronic health problems

Rietveld, Rietvelt & Houtveen 2004

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

van Eekelen, Houtveen & Kerkhof 2004