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

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

Autonomic and Adrenocortical Interactions Predict Mental Health in Late Adolescence: The TRAILS Study

Nederhof, Marceau, Shirtcliff, Hastings & Oldehinkel 2015

Pregnant Mothers with Resolved Anxiety Disorders and Their Offspring Have Reduced Heart Rate Variability: Implications for the Health of Children

Braeken, Kemp, Outhred, Otte, Monsieur, Jones & Bergh 2013

The impact of stress systems and lifestyle on dyslipidemia and obesity in anxiety and depression

van Reedt Dortland, Vreeburg, Giltay, Licht, Vogelzangs, van Veen, de Geus, Penninx & Zitman 2013

Anxiety sensitivity moderates the relationship of changes in physiological arousal with flight anxiety during in vivo exposure therapy

Busscher, Spinhoven, van Gerwen & de Geus 2013

Effects of Antidepressants, but not Psychopathology, on Cardiac Sympathetic Control: A Longitudinal Study

Licht, Penninx & de Geus 2012

Prenatal Stress and Balance of the Child’s Cardiac Autonomic Nervous System at Age 5-6 Years

Dijk, Eijsden, Stronks, Gemke & Vrijkotte 2012

The relationships among heart rate variability, executive functions, and clinical variables in patients with panic disorder

Hovland, Pallesen, Hammar, Hansen, Thayer, Tarvainen & Nordhus 2012

Cardiovascular reactivity and resistance to opposing viewpoints during intragroup conflict

de Wit, Scheepers & Jehn 2012

The Netherlands study of depression in older persons (NESDO); a prospective cohort study

Comijs, van Marwijk, van der Mast, Naarding, Oude Voshaar, Beekman, Boshuisen, Dekker, Kok, de Waal, Penninx, Stek & Smit 2011