Abstracts
     
  • Kline, J. P., Knapp-Kline, K., Schwartz, G. E. R., and Russek, L. G. S. (2000). Anterior asymmetry, defensiveness, and perceptions of parental caring: Implications for physical illness and mental wellness. Psychophysiology, 37, S59
  • Knapp-Kline, K., and Kline, J. P. (2000). Heart rate variability and heart beat detection using the method of constant stimuli: Slow and steady wins the race. Psychophysiology, 37, S59
  • Knapp, K. A., & Brener, J. (1998). Mechanoreceptors responsible for transducing heartbeat sensations. Psychophysiology, 35, S51
  • Knapp, K., & Brener, J. (1996). Can the temporal locations of heartbeat sensations be measured using a simultaneity paradigm? Psychophysiology, 33, S51
  • Knapp, K., & Brener, J. (1995). Measuring precision in heartbeat detection and the temporal location of heartbeat sensations. Psychophysiology, 32, S46
  • Brener, J., Knapp, K., & Ring, C. (1995). The effects of manipulating beliefs about heart rate on the accuracy of heartbeat counting in the Schandry task. Psychophysiology, 32, S22
  • Brener, J., & Knapp, K. (1994). Influences of general perceptual skills and cardio-specific processes on heartbeat detection. Psychophysiology, 31, S29
 

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