Discrimination and Heart Rate Change from Day to Night in Emerging African American Adults

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This pilot study seeks to explore the relationship between interpersonal-level discrimination and heart rate (HR) in 11 young (ages 18-21), African American adults. Participants completed the 6-item stigmatization subscale of the Perceived Ethnic Discrimination Questionnaire-Community Version (PEDQ-CV). HR was assessed across a 24-hour monitoring period via an ambulatory watch and chest band. HR c...

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