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

Emotions beyond the laboratory: Theoretical fundaments, study design, and analytic strategies for advanced ambulatory assessment

Wilhelm & Grossman 2010

Longitudinal Evidence for Unfavorable Effects of Antidepressants on Heart Rate Variability

Licht, de Geus, van Dyck & Penninx 2010

Physiological reactivity to phobic stimuli in people with fear of flying

Busscher, van Gerwen, Spinhoven & de Geus 2010

Depression Is Associated With Decreased Blood Pressure, but Antidepressant Use Increases the Risk for Hypertension

Licht, de Geus, Seldenrijk, van Hout, Zitman, van Dyck & Penninx 2009

Negative affect and 24-hour ambulatory physiological recordings as predictors of spontaneous improvement of medically unexplained symptoms

Houtveen & Van Doornen 2008

Cardiovascular activity during laboratory tasks in women with high and low worry

Knepp & Friedman 2008

The Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA): rationale, objectives and methods

Penninx, Beekman, Smit, Zitman, Nolen, Spinhoven, Cuijpers, De Jong, Van Marwijk, Assendelft, Van Der Meer, Verhaak, Wensing, De Graaf, Hoogendijk, Ormel & Van Dyck 2008

Exaggerated perception of normal physiological responses to stress and hypercapnia in young women with numerous functional somatic symptoms

Houtveen, Rietveld & de Geus 2003

Attentional and physiological characteristics of patients with dental anxiety

Johnsen, Thayer, Laberg, Wormnes, Raadal, Skaret, Kvale & Berg 2003

Netherlands twin family study of anxious depression (NETSAD)

Boomsma, Beem, van den Berg, Dolan, Koopmans, Vink, de Geus & Slagboom 2000