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Works citing "Biofeedback-Assisted Resilience Training for Traumatic and Operational Stress: Preliminary Analysis of a Self-Delivered Digital Health Methodology"
Paul N Kizakevich, Randall P Eckhoff, Gregory F Lewis, Maria I Davila, Laurel L Hourani, Rebecca Watkins, Belinda Weimer, Tracy Wills, Jessica K Morgan, Tim Morgan, Sreelatha Meleth, Amanda Lewis, Michelle C Krzyzanowski, Derek Ramirez, Matthew Boyce, Stephen D Litavecz, Marian E Lane, Laura B Strange
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Hourani LL, Davila MI, Morgan J, Meleth S, Ramirez D, Lewis G, Kizakevich PN, Eckhoff R, Morgan T, Strange L, Lane M, Weimer B, Lewis A. Mental health, stress, and resilience correlates of heart rate variability among military reservists, guardsmen, and first responders. Physiology & Behavior 2020;214:112734CrossRef