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Articles by Thomas Rutledge, PhD

Pilot Randomized Study of a Gratitude Journaling Intervention on Heart Rate Variability and Inflammatory Biomarkers in Patients With Stage B Heart Failure

Redwine, Laura S.; Henry, Brook L.; Pung, Meredith A.; More

Psychosomatic Medicine. 78(6):667-676, July/August 2016.

Combining Psychosocial Data to Improve Prediction of Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors and Events: The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute–Sponsored Women’s Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation Study

Whittaker, Kerry S.; Krantz, David S.; Rutledge, Thomas; More

Psychosomatic Medicine. 74(3):263-270, April 2012.

Self-Rated Versus Objective Health Indicators as Predictors of Major Cardiovascular Events: The NHLBI-Sponsored Women’s Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation

Rutledge, Thomas; Linke, Sarah E.; Johnson, B. Delia; More

Psychosomatic Medicine. 72(6):549-555, July-August 2010.

Comorbid Depression and Anxiety Symptoms as Predictors of Cardiovascular Events: Results From the NHLBI-Sponsored Women's Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation (WISE) Study

Rutledge, Thomas; Linke, Sarah E.; Krantz, David S.; More

Psychosomatic Medicine. 71(9):958-964, November-December 2009.

Social Networks and Incident Stroke Among Women With Suspected Myocardial Ischemia

Rutledge, Thomas; Linke, Sarah E.; Olson, Marian B.; More

Psychosomatic Medicine. 70(3):282-287, April 2008.

Depression Is Associated With Cardiac Symptoms, Mortality Risk, and Hospitalization Among Women With Suspected Coronary Disease: The NHLBI-Sponsored WISE Study

Rutledge, Thomas; Reis, Steven E.; Olson, Marian; More

Psychosomatic Medicine. 68(2):217-223, March-April 2006.

Social Networks Are Associated With Lower Mortality Rates Among Women With Suspected Coronary Disease: The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute-Sponsored Women’s Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation Study

Rutledge, Thomas; Reis, Steven E.; Olson, Marian; More

Psychosomatic Medicine. 66(6):882-888, November-December 2004.

Psychosocial Variables Are Associated With Atherosclerosis Risk Factors Among Women With Chest Pain: The WISE Study

Rutledge, Thomas; Reis, Steven E.; Olson, Marian; More

Psychosomatic Medicine. 63(2):282-288, March-April 2001.