Wendy C Birmingham
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Is there something unique about marriage? The relative impact of marital status, relationship quality, and network social support on ambulatory blood pressure and mental health
J Holt-Lunstad, W Birmingham, BQ Jones
Annals of behavioral medicine 35 (2), 239-244, 2008
Influence of a “warm touch” support enhancement intervention among married couples on ambulatory blood pressure, oxytocin, alpha amylase, and cortisol
J Holt-Lunstad, WA Birmingham, KC Light
Psychosomatic medicine 70 (9), 976-985, 2008
Psychological pathways linking social support to health outcomes: A visit with the “ghosts” of research past, present, and future
BN Uchino, K Bowen, MK Carlisle, W Birmingham
Social science & medicine 74 (7), 949-957, 2012
Social relationships and health: Is feeling positive, negative, or both (ambivalent) about your social ties related to telomeres?
BN Uchino, RM Cawthon, TW Smith, KC Light, J McKenzie, MK Carlisle, ...
Health psychology 31 (6), 789, 2012
Are older adults less or more physiologically reactive? A meta-analysis of age-related differences in cardiovascular reactivity to laboratory tasks
BN Uchino, W Birmingham, CA Berg
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2010
Social support and the reactivity hypothesis: Conceptual issues in examining the efficacy of received support during acute psychological stress
BN Uchino, MK Carlisle, W Birmingham, AA Vaughn
Biological psychology 86 (2), 137-142, 2011
Social network analysis of COVID-19 sentiments: Application of artificial intelligence
M Hung, E Lauren, ES Hon, WC Birmingham, J Xu, S Su, SD Hon, J Park, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (8), e22590, 2020
In an era of uncertainty: Impact of COVID‐19 on dental education
M Hung, FW Licari, ES Hon, E Lauren, S Su, WC Birmingham, ...
Journal of dental education 85 (2), 148-156, 2021
The influence of depressive symptomatology and perceived stress on plasma and salivary oxytocin before, during and after a support enhancement intervention
J Holt-Lunstad, W Birmingham, KC Light
Psychoneuroendocrinology 36 (8), 1249-1256, 2011
The stress-buffering effects of functional social support on ambulatory blood pressure.
KS Bowen, BN Uchino, W Birmingham, MK Carlisle, TW Smith, KC Light
Health Psychology 33 (11), 1440, 2014
Relationships and cardiovascular risk: perceived spousal ambivalence in specific relationship contexts and its links to inflammation.
BN Uchino, JA Bosch, TW Smith, MK Carlisle, W Birmingham, KS Bowen, ...
Health psychology 32 (10), 1067, 2013
Social ties and cardiovascular function: An examination of relationship positivity and negativity during stress
W Birmingham, BN Uchino, TW Smith, KC Light, DM Sanbonmatsu
International Journal of Psychophysiology 74 (2), 114-119, 2009
Evaluative threat and ambulatory blood pressure: cardiovascular effects of social stress in daily experience.
TW Smith, W Birmingham, BN Uchino
Health Psychology 31 (6), 763, 2012
Effectiveness of the extended parallel process model in promoting colorectal cancer screening
WC Birmingham, M Hung, W Boonyasiriwat, W Kohlmann, ST Walters, ...
Psycho‐Oncology 24 (10), 1265-1278, 2015
The influence of close relationships on nocturnal blood pressure dipping
J Holt-Lunstad, BQ Jones, W Birmingham
International Journal of Psychophysiology 71 (3), 211-217, 2009
Socioeconomic status and health: education and income are independent and joint predictors of ambulatory blood pressure
JM Cundiff, BN Uchino, TW Smith, W Birmingham
Journal of behavioral medicine 38, 9-16, 2015
COVID-19 lockdown: Impact on college students’ lives
WC Birmingham, LL Wadsworth, JH Lassetter, TC Graff, E Lauren, ...
Journal of American College Health, 1-15, 2021
It's complicated: Marital ambivalence on ambulatory blood pressure and daily interpersonal functioning
WC Birmingham, BN Uchino, TW Smith, KC Light, J Butner
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 49 (5), 743-753, 2015
Relationship quality and oxytocin: Influence of stable and modifiable aspects of relationships
J Holt-Lunstad, WC Birmingham, KC Light
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 32 (4), 472-490, 2015
Subliminal activation of social ties moderates cardiovascular reactivity during acute stress.
MK Carlisle, BN Uchino, DM Sanbonmatsu, TW Smith, MR Cribbet, ...
Health Psychology 31 (2), 217, 2012
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