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Ultra-short term heart rate variability as a tool to assess changes in valence

(2018) PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH. 270. p.517-522
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Schippers, Arjen et al. “Ultra-short Term Heart Rate Variability as a Tool to Assess Changes in Valence.” PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH 270 (2018): 517–522. Print.
APA
Schippers, A., Aben, L., Griep, Y., & Van Overwalle, F. (2018). Ultra-short term heart rate variability as a tool to assess changes in valence. PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH, 270, 517–522.
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Schippers, Arjen, Lambertus Aben, Yannick Griep, and Frank Van Overwalle. 2018. “Ultra-short Term Heart Rate Variability as a Tool to Assess Changes in Valence.” Psychiatry Research 270: 517–522.
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Schippers, Arjen, Lambertus Aben, Yannick Griep, and Frank Van Overwalle. 2018. “Ultra-short Term Heart Rate Variability as a Tool to Assess Changes in Valence.” Psychiatry Research 270: 517–522.
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Schippers A, Aben L, Griep Y, Van Overwalle F. Ultra-short term heart rate variability as a tool to assess changes in valence. PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH. Elsevier ; 2018;270:517–22.
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A. Schippers, L. Aben, Y. Griep, and F. Van Overwalle, “Ultra-short term heart rate variability as a tool to assess changes in valence,” PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH, vol. 270, pp. 517–522, 2018.
@article{8608075,
  author       = {Schippers, Arjen and Aben, Lambertus and Griep, Yannick and Van Overwalle, Frank},
  issn         = {0165-1781},
  journal      = {PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {517--522},
  publisher    = {Elsevier },
  title        = {Ultra-short term heart rate variability as a tool to assess changes in valence},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2018.10.005},
  volume       = {270},
  year         = {2018},
}

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