Cigarette Smoking, Psycholoigal Stress, and Cardiovascular Arousal
Both cigarette smoking and psychological stress, in the form of cognitive challenge imposed under laboratory conditions, reliably elevate cardiovascular arousal. This is typically transient; after a brief period of recovery, and in the absence of further
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