Conduct Disorder

Research Update

Heart Rate Changes Linked to ­Emotional Dysregulation

Topics: ADHD | Anxiety | attention | Conduct Disorder | Depression | Dysregulation | Emotional dysregulation | Heart rate

Review of: Deutz MH et al, J Am Acad Adolesc Psychiatry 2019;58(6):589–599 Can we use heart rate to assess and track psychopathology? Child psychiatrists associate lower resting heart rate (HR-rest) and heart rate reactivity (HR-reactivity) with externalizing behaviors such as disruptive behaviors and aggression (“under-arousal”) and elevations

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