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Insulin resistance and carotid intima-media thickness mediate the association between resting-state heart rate variability and executive function: A path modelling study / Andrew Kemp, Santiago Rodríguez López, Valeria M.A. Passos, Marcio S. Bittencourt, Eduardo M. Dantas, José G. Mill, Antonio L.P. Ribeiro, Julian F. Thayer, Isabela M. Bensenor, Paulo A. Lotufo

Biological Psychology, Volume: 117, Pages: 216 - 224

Swansea University Author: Andrew Kemp

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title Insulin resistance and carotid intima-media thickness mediate the association between resting-state heart rate variability and executive function: A path modelling study
spellingShingle Insulin resistance and carotid intima-media thickness mediate the association between resting-state heart rate variability and executive function: A path modelling study
Andrew, Kemp
title_short Insulin resistance and carotid intima-media thickness mediate the association between resting-state heart rate variability and executive function: A path modelling study
title_full Insulin resistance and carotid intima-media thickness mediate the association between resting-state heart rate variability and executive function: A path modelling study
title_fullStr Insulin resistance and carotid intima-media thickness mediate the association between resting-state heart rate variability and executive function: A path modelling study
title_full_unstemmed Insulin resistance and carotid intima-media thickness mediate the association between resting-state heart rate variability and executive function: A path modelling study
title_sort Insulin resistance and carotid intima-media thickness mediate the association between resting-state heart rate variability and executive function: A path modelling study
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