Name Tutor Course Date Annotated Bibliography Anxiety Studies Anderson Rachele et al. "Effects of Age BMI Anxiety and Stress on the Parameters of a Stochastic Model for Heart Rate Variability Including Respiratory Information." Proceedings of the 11th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies vol. 4 2018 pp. 17-25. Researchers in this study made evaluation on how parameters of heart rates variability (HRV) stochastic model are affected by various covariates. Test was done on 47 participants who had their breathing manipulated by observing a metronome with rising frequency. The study found that there was an effect of decreasing parameter in both states of anxiety and age which matches up to a scale factor decrease that describes the power of HRV. There were no any significance differences shown by the parameters which relate to gender. a Stochastic Model for Heart Rate Variability Including Respiratory Information." Proceedings of the 11th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies vol. 4 2018 pp. 17-25. Carpenter Joseph K. et al. "Cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety and related disorders: A meta-analysis of randomized placebo-controlled trials." Depression and Anxiety 2018 pp. 1-13. Iida Tadayuki et al. "Effects of Psychological Stress from a National License Examination on the Urine 8-Hydroxy-Deoxyguanosine Levels in Young Female Students Taking into Account the Menstrual Cycle." Open Journal of Preventive Medicine vol. 08 no. 02 2018 pp. 21-31. Patil Sonali S. et al. "Exam anxiety and factors contributing to it amongst medical interns of a tertiary care centre." INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH vol. 6 no. 2 2017 pp. 32-33. Robinson Oliver J. et al. "The impact of anxiety upon cognition: perspectives from human threat of shock studies." Frontiers in Human Neuroscience vol. 7 2013 pp. 1-21. [...]
I need to do 5 citations. They have to be in alphabetical order. For each resource you will put the citation. Under the citation you will write a short overview of ( 5 sentences)what the study did and what they found. The overview is not the abstract! Then you will write )4 sentences) about how it fits in with your planned study. The articles you cite must be from peer-reviewed journals. They can be reviews, meta-analyses, or original empirical articles.