Affiliation: Cornell University
- Self-efficacy as a component of active coping: effects on cardiovascular reactivityW Gerin
Cornell University Medical College, New York Hospital, NY 10021, USA
J Psychosom Res 40:485-93. 1996..We conclude that self-efficacy for a task may be an integral part of the active coping process, indirectly affecting the blood pressure response by acting on the effort involved in the coping response...
- The generalizability of cardiovascular responses across settingsW Gerin
Cornell University Medical College, New York Hospital 10021, USA
J Psychosom Res 44:209-18. 1998..47 for SBP; 0.38 for DBP). This suggests that even a minor variation in procedure, such as a change in setting, can affect generalizability; other lab-field differences may have an even greater impact...
- How should we measure blood pressure in the doctor's office?W Gerin
Cornell University Joan and Sanford I Weill Medical College New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York 10021, USA
Blood Press Monit 6:257-62. 2001..The current study examined the systematic influence of the way in which the measurements were taken - by the physician, by a nurse, or with the patient sitting alone, using an automated device...