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DATE

1982-03

AUTHORS

Jeffrey A. Gliner, David E. Bunnell, Steven M. Horvath

ABSTRACT

Cardiovascular and metabolic responses were recorded from 12 subjects immediately prior to an oral presentation and during a control period when others were giving this presentation. Cardiac output, blood pressure, oxygen consumption, and other hemodynamic and metabolic responses were measured in order to determine whether the cardiovascular responses during anxiety were in exaggeration of the metabolic demands of the situation. Although there were wide individual differences among subjects, definite relationships emerged. A significant negative correlation between change in cardiac output and change in arterial-venous difference during anxiety demonstrated that a cardiovascular-metabolic dissociation had taken place as a function of anxiety. Furthermore, a significant negative correlation between change in cardiac output and change in total peripheral resistance during anxiety suggested that increased epinephrine was probably mediating the cardiovascular change. There was no one representative hemodynamic pattern due to the preperformance anxiety, indicating the necessity of assessing overall hemodynamic response patterning in subjects when attempting to characterize cardiovascular-metabolic responses to psychological stress. More... »

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108-113

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