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Yoshihiro Tanaka, Yoshinobu Ishitobi, Yoshihiro Maruyama, Aimi Kawano, Tomoko Ando, Shizuko Okamoto, Masayuki Kanehisa, Haruka Higuma, Taiga Ninomiya, Jusen Tsuru, Hiroaki Hanada, Kensuke Kodama, Koichi Isogawa, Jotaro Akiyoshi. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 2012
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177 articles co-cited >1



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Elevated salivary α-amylase and cortisol levels in unremitted and remitted depressed patients.
Yoshinobu Ishitobi, Jotaro Akiyoshi, Yoshihiro Tanaka, Tomoko Ando, Shizuko Okamoto, Masayuki Kanehisa, Kentaro Kohno, Taiga Ninomiya, Yoshihiro Maruyama, Jusen Tsuru,[...]. Int J Psychiatry Clin Pract 2010
22
72


Human salivary alpha-amylase reactivity in a psychosocial stress paradigm.
Urs M Nater, Nicolas Rohleder, Jens Gaab, Simona Berger, Andreas Jud, Clemens Kirschbaum, Ulrike Ehlert. Int J Psychophysiol 2005
320
46

Stress-induced changes in human salivary alpha-amylase activity -- associations with adrenergic activity.
Urs Markus Nater, Roberto La Marca, Ladina Florin, Anthony Moses, Wolfgang Langhans, Markus M Koller, Ulrike Ehlert. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2006
331
42

Salivary α-amylase and cortisol responsiveness following electrical stimulation stress in panic disorder patients.
Yoshihiro Tanaka, Yoshinobu Ishitobi, Yoshihiro Maruyama, Aimi Kawano, Tomoko Ando, Junko Imanaga, Shizuko Okamoto, Masayuki Kanehisa, Haruka Higuma, Taiga Ninomiya,[...]. Neurosci Res 2012
29
42

Determinants of the diurnal course of salivary alpha-amylase.
Urs M Nater, Nicolas Rohleder, Wolff Schlotz, Ulrike Ehlert, Clemens Kirschbaum. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2007
327
32

The feasibility of ambulatory biosensor measurement of salivary alpha amylase: Relationships with self-reported and naturalistic psychological stress.
Theodore F Robles, Vivek Shetty, Corwin M Zigler, Dorie A Glover, David Elashoff, Debra Murphy, Masaki Yamaguchi. Biol Psychol 2011
32
32

Salivary alpha-amylase in biobehavioral research: recent developments and applications.
Douglas A Granger, Katie T Kivlighan, Mona el-Sheikh, Elana B Gordis, Laura R Stroud. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2007
339
32

α-Amylase as a reliable and convenient measure of sympathetic activity: don't start salivating just yet!
Jos A Bosch, Enno C I Veerman, Eco J de Geus, Gordon B Proctor. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2011
179
32


The other side of the curve: examining the relationship between pre-stressor physiological responses and stress reactivity.
Iris M Balodis, Katherine E Wynne-Edwards, Mary C Olmstead. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2010
58
28

Hormonal responses to psychological stress in men preparing for skydiving.
R T Chatterton, K M Vogelsong, Y C Lu, G A Hudgens. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1997
176
28


Psychosocial stress-induced activation of salivary alpha-amylase: an indicator of sympathetic activity?
Nicolas Rohleder, Urs M Nater, Jutta M Wolf, Ulrike Ehlert, Clemens Kirschbaum. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2004
281
28

Salivary alpha amylase and cortisol responses to different stress tasks: impact of sex.
Anda H van Stegeren, Oliver T Wolf, Merel Kindt. Int J Psychophysiol 2008
142
28

Salivary alpha-amylase as a measure of endogenous adrenergic activity.
R T Chatterton, K M Vogelsong, Y C Lu, A B Ellman, G A Hudgens. Clin Physiol 1996
362
28

Salivary alpha-amylase levels after yohimbine challenge in healthy men.
Ulrike Ehlert, Katja Erni, Gundula Hebisch, Urs Nater. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2006
100
25

Innate secretory immunity in response to laboratory stressors that evoke distinct patterns of cardiac autonomic activity.
Jos A Bosch, Eco J C de Geus, Enno C I Veerman, Johan Hoogstraten, Arie V Nieuw Amerongen. Psychosom Med 2003
150
25

Hand-held monitor of sympathetic nervous system using salivary amylase activity and its validation by driver fatigue assessment.
Masaki Yamaguchi, Mitsuo Deguchi, Junichi Wakasugi, Shin Ono, Noriyasu Takai, Tomoyuki Higashi, Yasufumi Mizuno. Biosens Bioelectron 2006
87
21

Two formulas for computation of the area under the curve represent measures of total hormone concentration versus time-dependent change.
Jens C Pruessner, Clemens Kirschbaum, Gunther Meinlschmid, Dirk H Hellhammer. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2003
21

Modulation of attentional inhibition by norepinephrine and cortisol after psychological stress.
P D Skosnik, R T Chatterton, T Swisher, S Park. Int J Psychophysiol 2000
157
21

Effect of psychological stress on the salivary cortisol and amylase levels in healthy young adults.
Noriyasu Takai, Masaki Yamaguchi, Toshiaki Aragaki, Kenji Eto, Kenji Uchihashi, Yasuo Nishikawa. Arch Oral Biol 2004
234
21

Sex differences in physiological and affective responses to stress in remitted depression.
Sara L Bagley, Terri L Weaver, Tony W Buchanan. Physiol Behav 2011
42
21

Salivary alpha amylase as marker for adrenergic activity during stress: effect of betablockade.
Anda van Stegeren, Nicolas Rohleder, Walter Everaerd, Oliver T Wolf. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2006
257
17

Investigation into the cross-correlation of salivary cortisol and alpha-amylase responses to psychological stress.
Veronika Engert, Susanne Vogel, Simona I Efanov, Annie Duchesne, Vincent Corbo, Nida Ali, Jens C Pruessner. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2011
108
17

Determinants of salivary alpha-amylase in humans and methodological considerations.
Nicolas Rohleder, Urs M Nater. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2009
327
17


Salivary alpha-amylase stress reactivity across different age groups.
Jana Strahler, Anett Mueller, Franziska Rosenloecher, Clemens Kirschbaum, Nicolas Rohleder. Psychophysiology 2010
112
17

Depression and cortisol responses to psychological stress: a meta-analysis.
Heather M Burke, Mary C Davis, Christian Otte, David C Mohr. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2005
657
17

Salivary alpha amylase-cortisol asymmetry in maltreated youth.
Elana B Gordis, Douglas A Granger, Elizabeth J Susman, Penelope K Trickett. Horm Behav 2008
135
17

Evening salivary alpha-amylase, major depressive disorder, and antidepressant use in the Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA).
Gerthe Veen, Erik J Giltay, Carmilla M M Licht, Sophie A Vreeburg, Christa M Cobbaert, Brenda W J H Penninx, Frans G Zitman. Psychiatry Res 2013
10
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Salivary alpha-amylase and cortisol responsiveness following electrical stimulation stress in patients with the generalized type of social anxiety disorder.
A Tamura, Y Maruyama, Y Ishitobi, A Kawano, T Ando, R Ikeda, A Inoue, J Imanaga, S Okamoto, M Kanehisa,[...]. Pharmacopsychiatry 2013
10
50

Developmental validation of a point-of-care, salivary α-amylase biosensor.
Vivek Shetty, Corwin Zigler, Theodore F Robles, David Elashoff, Masaki Yamaguchi. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2011
40
14

Bio-social origins of depression in the community. Interactions between social adversity, cortisol and serotonin neurotransmission.
Paul L Strickland, J F William Deakin, Carol Percival, Joanne Dixon, Richard A Gater, David P Goldberg. Br J Psychiatry 2002
126
14

Performance evaluation of salivary amylase activity monitor.
Masaki Yamaguchi, Takahiro Kanemori, Masashi Kanemaru, Noriyasu Takai, Yasufumi Mizuno, Hiroshi Yoshida. Biosens Bioelectron 2004
88
14

Persistent effects of cognitive-behavioral stress management on cortisol responses to acute stress in healthy subjects--a randomized controlled trial.
K Hammerfald, C Eberle, M Grau, A Kinsperger, A Zimmermann, U Ehlert, J Gaab. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2006
86
14

Psychological stress as a determinant of protein levels and salivary-induced aggregation of Streptococcus gordonii in human whole saliva.
J A Bosch, H S Brand, T J Ligtenberg, B Bermond, J Hoogstraten, A V Nieuw Amerongen. Psychosom Med 1996
129
14

Correlation between salivary alpha-amylase activity and pain scale in patients with chronic pain.
Shyuichi Shirasaki, Hitomi Fujii, Miho Takahashi, Tetsumi Sato, Masako Ebina, Yuka Noto, Kazuyoshi Hirota. Reg Anesth Pain Med 2007
41
14



Salivary cortisol in psychobiological research: an overview.
C Kirschbaum, D H Hellhammer. Neuropsychobiology 1989
919
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The relationship between salivary biomarkers and state-trait anxiety inventory score under mental arithmetic stress: a pilot study.
Yuka Noto, Tetsumi Sato, Mihoko Kudo, Kiyoshi Kurata, Kazuyoshi Hirota. Anesth Analg 2005
108
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The psychosocial stress-induced increase in salivary alpha-amylase is independent of saliva flow rate.
Nicolas Rohleder, Jutta M Wolf, Enrique F Maldonado, Clemens Kirschbaum. Psychophysiology 2006
188
14

Elevated alpha-amylase but not cortisol in generalized social anxiety disorder.
J F van Veen, I M van Vliet, R H Derijk, J van Pelt, B Mertens, F G Zitman. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2008
49
14

The diurnal course of salivary alpha-amylase in nurses: an investigation of potential confounders and associations with stress.
Katja Wingenfeld, Michael Schulz, Annika Damkroeger, Christine Philippsen, Matthias Rose, Martin Driessen. Biol Psychol 2010
28
14

Direct and moderating links of salivary alpha-amylase and cortisol stress-reactivity to youth behavioral and emotional adjustment.
Maureen A Allwood, Kathryn Handwerger, Katie T Kivlighan, Douglas A Granger, Laura R Stroud. Biol Psychol 2011
68
14

Acute stress responses in salivary alpha-amylase predict increases of plasma norepinephrine.
Myriam V Thoma, Clemens Kirschbaum, Jutta M Wolf, Nicolas Rohleder. Biol Psychol 2012
113
14

Determinants of salivary evening α-amylase in a large sample free of psychopathology.
Gerthe Veen, Erik J Giltay, Sophie A Vreeburg, Carmilla M M Licht, Christa M Cobbaert, Frans G Zitman, Brenda W J H Penninx. Int J Psychophysiol 2012
9
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The Mini-International Neuropsychiatric Interview (M.I.N.I.): the development and validation of a structured diagnostic psychiatric interview for DSM-IV and ICD-10.
D V Sheehan, Y Lecrubier, K H Sheehan, P Amorim, J Janavs, E Weiller, T Hergueta, R Baker, G C Dunbar. J Clin Psychiatry 1998
14


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.