Orthostatic cardiovascular profile of subjective well-beingстатья

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[1] Davydov D. M., Czabak-Garbacz R. Orthostatic cardiovascular profile of subjective well-being // Biological Psychology. — 2017. — Vol. 123. — P. 74–82. The present study was conducted to investigate the relationships between self-reported coping styles and cardiovascular (CV) responses to orthostatic challenge with respect to mediation analysis of their effects on well-being. Four readings of CV responses to lying down followed by four similar SBP readings after standing up were obtained from 48 healthy students (26 women) along with estimates of their approach- and avoidance-coping strategies; illness and problem acceptance; as well as their well-being measures (e.g., mood). Analyses indicated that task-orienting and ‘social diversion’ coping strategies as well as the acceptance of health problems mediated a positive effect of a higher CV (blood pressure) reactivity on general well-being. Emotion-control and ‘distraction’ avoidance strategies mediated a negative effect of a lower CV reactivity on particular well-being measures (e.g., negative situational affect). Thus, CV responses to posture change can predict the effectiveness of individual coping styles that humans apply to maintain their well-being. [ DOI ]

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