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Ann T Hanna-Mitchell, Amanda Wolf-Johnston, James R Roppolo, Tony C A Buffington and Lori A Birder

The effects of acute and chronic psychological stress on bladder function in a rodent model . Urology 78 e961 – e967 . ( doi:10.1016/j.urology.2011.06.041 ) Squillacioti et al. 2011 Squillacioti C De Luca A Liguori G Paino S Mirabella N

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Trassanee Chatmethakul and Robert D Roghair

–fetal metabolic or psychological stress, shown to exert detrimental effects on cardiovascular and neuronal development predisposing to hypertension later in life ( Padbury et al. 1995 , Dodic et al. 1998 ). Developmental origins and IUGR

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M J F Newson, G R Pope, E M Roberts, S J Lolait and A-M O'Carroll

physical component (including effects on body temperature) that involve changes in central neurotransmitter release which may impinge upon, or otherwise activate, peripheral or sympathetic endocrine responses that a more specific psychological stressor may

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Gareth Leng, Rafael Pineda, Nancy Sabatier and Mike Ludwig

stress inhibits vasopressin secretion but has no effect on oxytocin secretion ( Onaka et al . 2003 ). By contrast, in humans, vasopressin secretion appears to be stimulated by psychological stressors, such as social stress ( Siegenthaler et al . 2014

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James M Evans, Laura S Morris and Julian R Marchesi

Prevention of gut leakiness by a probiotic treatment leads to attenuated HPA response to an acute psychological stress in rats . Psychoneuroendocrinology 37 1885 – 1895 . ( doi:10.1016/j.psyneuen.2012.03.024 ) Asano Y Hiramoto T Nishino R Aiba Y

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Gabriele E Mattos, Jan-Michael Heinzmann, Stefanie Norkowski, Jean-Christophe Helbling, Amandine M Minni, Marie-Pierre Moisan and Chadi Touma

subjected to a psychological stressor in the SR test (SRT). The SRT consists of a 15-min restraint period and two tail blood samples immediately before ( t =0) and after restraint ( t =15) ( Touma et al . 2008 ). After the SRT, animals were transferred back

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Robert T Chatterton Jr, Esnar T Mateo, Nanjiang Hou, Alfred W Rademaker, Simbi Acharya, V Craig Jordan and Monica Morrow

progesterone in such subjects. The physical stress of exhausting aerobic activity has been shown to decrease salivary progesterone in women ( Ellison & Lager 1986 ) but the effect of psychological stressors on salivary hormone levels of sex steroids has not

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Robert T Chatterton Jr, JoAnne Zujewski, Esnar T Mateo, Jennifer Eng-Wong and V Craig Jordan

1997 Hormonal responses to psychological stress in men preparing for skydiving. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 82 2503 –2509. Chatterton R , Mateo ET, Hou N, Rademaker AF, Acharya S, Jordan VC & Morrow

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Thomas Dickmeis

, at least in rats, psychological stresses (such as a novel environment or restraint) elicit the largest response early during the day, in the rest phase. By contrast, physical stresses (such as hypoglycaemic shock) do so later in the day, at the onset

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Vichit Supornsilchai, Olle Söder and Konstantin Svechnikov

involved in mediating hypothalamic responses to different types of stress. Various forms of psychological stress increased hypothalamic IL-1β levels and enhanced circulating level of IL-1β inducing release of the CRF and activation of the HPA axis ( Nguyen