Figure 1

Figure 1. Experimental timeline and cortisol and effects of psychosocial stress on salivary cortisol (A) and alpha-amylase (B) levels.. From: No Effects of Psychosocial Stress on Intertemporal Choice.

Subjects were subjected to a group-wise Trier Social Stress Test (TSST-G) or a control task, which lasted 30 minutes (light gray region). Subsequently, they performed an intertemporal choice task lasting approximately 10 min, either immediately following the TSST-G/Control task (medium gray region), or 20 min later (i.e. 55 min after onset of the stressful situation; dark grey region). The conducted ANOVAs revealed a significant Sample Period × Stress interaction for both cortisol (A) and alpha-amylase (B). *p<0.1 in post-hoc tests.

Johannes Haushofer, et al. PLoS One. 2013;8(11):e78597.

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