Leighton Grampp

Leighton Grampp
Alliant International University · California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP)

Master of Arts

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Publications (7)
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Background: Neuropsychology has recently focused on understanding potential evidence-based enhancers and modulators of neurocognitive performance. The Neurovisceral Integration Model proposes that the reciprocity between autonomic and central nervous systems facilitates an individual’s ability to respond appropriately to cognitive and other demands...
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The Neurovisceral Integration Model proposes that the reciprocity between autonomic and central nervous systems facilitates an individual’s ability to respond appropriately to environmental demands by proper vagal withdrawal and recovery. Resting Heart Rate Variability has been shown to be associated with performance on tasks involving executive fu...
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Recent research has shown vagal-related indices to be differentially associated with exercise at varying intensities, particularly moderate and strenuous intensity. However, little is known about the relationship between regular exercise and vagal withdrawal and recovery, potential markers of physiological resilience. The purpose of this study is t...
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The Neurovisceral Integration Model proposes that the reciprocity between the autonomic and central nervous systems facilitates an individual’s ability to respond appropriately to environmental demands by proper vagal withdrawal and recovery. Neuroimaging studies have shown the prefrontal cortex to be significantly associated with Heart Rate Variab...
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High levels of trait anxiety (TA) as measured by the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI) have consistently been shown to be associated with low cardiac vagal control. While the current literature illustrates that TA is associated with reduced autonomic regulation; dynamic measures of vagal activity as assessed by vagal withdrawal and recovery in r...

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