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    • Defensive coping, urbanization, and neuroendocrine function in Black Africans: the THUSA study 

      Malan, Leoné; Huisman, Hugo; Van Rooyen, Johannes; Schutte, Alta; Schutte, Rudolph; Potgieter, Johan; Wissing, Marié; Steyn, Faans; Malan, Nico; Malan, Leoné; Huisman, Hugo; Van Rooyen, Johannes; Schutte, Alta; Schutte, Rudolph; Potgieter, Johan; Wissing, Marié; Steyn, Faans; Malan, Nico (Wiley, 2012)
      Dissociation between b-adrenergic behavioral and physiological defensive active coping (AC) responses was associated with cardiometabolic risk in urban but not rural African males. Whether this is partly driven by underlying ...