The effect of increased information processing on sinus arrhythmia and heart beat
Bonsper, Donald Edward
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This experiment investigated the effect of increased information processing on heart beat and sinus arrhythmia. A measure of sinus arrhythmia was developed which considered the area between the electrocardiogram rate curve and the average heart beat line. Simple linear correlation analyses were performed to determine the relationships between heart beat, sinus arrhythmia and information processing rate. Sinus arrhythmia was decreased as a result of increased information processing while heart beat was not significantly affected.
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