Love Deprivation and Blood Pressure Levels among a College Population: A Preliminary Investigation
Viewed within the general context of Selye's theory of environmentally induced stress, we tested the hypothesis that blood pressure levels would vary inversely with the degree of loving responses our subjects received from those with whom they interact on a frequent basis. Preliminary data support this hypothesis, especially among our older subjects.
Sisca, Samuel S. and Walsh, Anthony. (1985). "Love Deprivation and Blood Pressure Levels among a College Population: A Preliminary Investigation". Psychology: A Quarterly Journal of Human Behavior, 22(3-4), 63-70.
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