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  1. Rubin, R.T. and Rahe, R.H., Effects of aging in Masters Swimmers:40-year review and suggestions for optimal health. Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine, April, 2010, pp 39-44.

  2. Rahe, Richard H. Paths to Health and Resilience through Stress and Coping Wisdom, 2009. Available for download at www.drrahe.com, products page, and at amazon.com.

  3. Rahe, R.H. Coping and Stress: A Lens and Filter Model. G. Fink (Ed), Encyclopedia of Stress, Vol 2, Elsevier Inc., pp 574-578, 2007.

  4. Rahe, R.H. Acute Reactions to Combat. G. Fink (Ed), Encyclopedia of Stress, Vol 2, Elsevier Inc., pp 520-533, 2007.

  5. Rahe, R.H. Chronic Combat Reaction. G. Fink (Ed), Enclyclopedia of Stress, Vol 2, Elsevier Inc., pp 518-523, 2007.

  6. Rahe, R.H. Adaptation to Captivity. G. Fink (Ed), Enclyclopedia of Stress, Vol 2, Elsevier Inc., pp 388-391, 2007.

  7. Rahe, R.H. Recovery from Captivity. G. Fink, (Ed), Enclyclopedia of Stress, Vol 2, Elsevier Inc., pp 392-396, 2007.

  8. Skrabski, A., Kopp, M., Sandor, R., Janos, R., and Rahe, R.H. Life Meaning: An Important Determinant of Perceived Health in the Hungarian Population, International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 12:78-85, 2005.

  9. Veach, T.L., Rahe, R.H., Tolles, R.L. and Newhall, L.M. Effectiveness of an intensive stress intervention workshop for senior managers, Stress and Health, 19:257-264, 2003.

  10. Rahe, R.H. and Tolles, R.L. The Brief Stress and Coping Inventory: Psychometric properties, International Journal of Stress Management, 9:61-70, 2002.

  11. Rahe, R.H., Taylor, C.B., Tolles, R.T., Newhall, L.M., Veach, T.V., and Bryson, S. A Novel Stress and Coping Workplace Program Reduces Illness and Health Care Utilization, Psychosomatic Medicine, 64:278-286, 2002.

  12. Rahe, R.H, Veach, T.L., Tolles, R.T., and Murakami, K. The Stress and Coping Inventory: An educational and research instrument. Stress Medicine, 16:199-208, 2000.

  13. Rahe, R.H. Recovery from Captivity. Chapter in: G. Fink (Ed) Encyclopedia of Stress, Academic Press, pp 385-388, 2000.

  14. Rahe, R.H. Adaptation to Captivity. Chapter in: G. Fink (Ed) Enclyclopedia of Stress, Academic Press, pp 381-384, 2000.

  15. Rahe, R.H. Stress and Coping. Chapter in: G. Fink (Ed) Encyclopedia of Stress, Academic Press, pp 541-546, 2000.

  16. Rahe, R.H. Chronic Reactions to Combat. Chapter in: G. Fink (Ed) Enclyclopedia of Stress, Academic Press, pp 491-494, 2000.

  17. Rahe, R.H. Acute Reactions to Combat. Chapter in: G. Fink (Ed) Enclycopedia of Stress, Academic Press, pp 487-490, 2000.

  18. Aoki T., Hosaka, T., Fukunishi, I., Rahe, R.H. and Solomon, G.F. Development of a Type C Inventory: Cross-culural applications. Tokai Journal of Experimental Clinical Medicine, 24:73-76, 1999.

  19. Rahe, R.H. Stress and Coping; History and Applications. Chapter in: I. Gawler (Ed) Medicine of the Mind, Chanel Press Pty Ltd, Victoria, Australia, pp 209-236, 1999.

  20. Rahe, R.H. Life Changes Scaling: Other results; Gender Differences. International Journal of Stress Management, 5:249-250, 1998.

  21. Miller, M. and Rahe, R.H. Life changes scaling for the 1990s. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 43:279-292, 1997.

  22. Fukunishi, I. Kaji, N., Hosaka, T., Berger, D. and Rahe, R.H. Relationship of alexithymia and poor social support to ulcerative changes on gastrofiberscopy. Psychosomatics, 38:20-26, 1997.

  23. Rahe, R.H. Recent life changes and weight control. In: St Joer, S. (Ed) Obesity Assessment: Tools, Methods, Interpretations, Chapman and Hall, New York, 1997.

  24. Fukunishi, I., Kawamura, N., Ishikawa, T., Ago, Y., Yamasaki, Y., Fukui, T., Tatemichi, M., Sei, H., Morita, Y., Horiguchi, E., and Rahe, R.H. Sleep characteristics of Japanese working men who scored alexithymic on the Toronto alexithymia scale. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 84:859-865, 1997.

  25. Fukunishi, I., Kawamura, N., Ishikawa, T., Yukihiro, A., Sei, H., Morita, Y., and Rahe, R.H. Mothers' low care in the development of alexithymia: a preliminary study in Japanese college students. Psychological Reports, 80:143-146, 1997.

  26. Fukunishi, I., Hosaka, T., and Rahe, R.H. Are abnormal gastrofiberscopic findings related to hostility with poor social support or to negative responses to stress? Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 41:337-342, 1996.

  27. Fukunishi, I., Maeda, K., Kubota, M., Tomino, Y., and Rahe, R.H. Severity of alexithymia is related to psychological factors in patients with peritoneal dialysis. Psychological Reports, 77:763-770, 1995.

  28. Fukunishi, I. and Rahe, R.H. Alexithymia and coping with stress in healthy persons: alexithymia as a personality trait is associated with low social support and poor responses to stress. Psychological Reports, 76: 1299-1304, 1995.

  29. Fukunishi, I., Nakagawa, T., Nakagawa H., Sone, Y., Kaji, N., Hosaka, T., and Rahe, R.H. Validity and reliability of the Japanese version of the stress and coping inventory. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 49:195-199, 1995.

  30. Rahe, R.H. Acute stress disorder vs acute and chronic post-traumatic stress disorder in DSM-IV. The Keio Journal of Medicine, 44:94, 1995.

  31. Rahe, R.H. Stress and psychiatry. Chapter in: H.I. Kaplan and B.J. Sadock, eds. Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, Vol. 6. Baltimore: William and Wilkins, 1995

  32. Rahe, R.H. The more things change... Psychosomatic Medicine, 56:306-307, 1994.

  33. Rahe, R.H. Combat stress with comments on post-traumatic stress disorder. Chapter in: J. Yager and R. P. Liberman, eds. Stress in Psychiatry, Springer Publishing, New York, 1994.

  34. Rahe, R.H. Acute versus chronic post traumatic stress disorder. Journal of Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, N.J., 28:46-56, 1993.

  35. Rahe, R.H. Stress and cancer: A process model. In: G. Kune and S. Bannerman, eds. Psyche and Cancer, University of Melbourne, 1992.

  36. Rahe, R.H. Van Gogh and the life chart. Journal of Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, N.J., 27:325-335, 1992.

  37. Rahe, R.H. Vincent Van Gogh: a psychosocial perspective. Special publication by The Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, 1991.

  38. Peterson, L.W., and Rahe, R.H. Family life drawings; Medical student education, Journal of Family Medicine, 23:607-608, 1991.

  39. Rahe, R.H. Understanding life change and illness onset. Current Contents, Clinical Medicine, 19:8; Social & Behavioral Sciences, 23:8; Arts & Humanities, 13:20, 1991.

  40. Kune, G.A., Kune, S., Watson, L.F., and Rahe, R.H. Recent life change and large bowel cancer. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 44:57-68, 1991.

  41. Rahe, R.H. Five year follow-up of Americans held hostage in Iran. Proceedings: Wartime Medical Services, Forsvarets Forstningsanstalt, Stockholm, pp 249-250, 1990.

  42. Rahe, R.H. Psychosocial stressors and adjustment disorder: van Gogh's life chart illustrates stress and disease. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 51:13-17, 1990.

  43. Peterson, L.W., Kuo, G., and Rahe, R.H. Life-threatening behavior problem in a child with Ondine's Curse. Hospital Practice, 25:143-144, 1990

  44. Rahe, R.H. Life change, stress responsivity, and captivity research. Psychosomatic Medicine, 52:373-396, 1990.

  45. Rahe, R.H., Karson, S., Howard, N.S., Rubin, R. T., and Poland, R.E. Psychological and physiological assessments on American hostages freed from captivity in Iran. Psychosomatic Medicine, 52:1-16, 1990.

  46. Drossman, D., Weiss, T., Rahe, R.H. Who are we? The American Psychosomatic Society membership survey. Psychosomatic Medicine, 51:648-651, 1989.

  47. Rahe, R.H. Anxiety and coronary heart disease. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 50:36-39, 1989.

  48. Rahe, R. H. Anxiety and physical illness. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 49:26-29, 1988.

  49. Rahe, R.H. Acute versus chronic psychological reactions to combat. Military Medicine, 153:365-372, 1988.

  50. Rahe, R.H. Life change and coronary heart disease. Chapter in: S. Fisher and J. Reason, eds., Handbook of Life Stress, Cognition, and Health, Wiley, 1988.

  51. Segal, J., Jones, D.R., and Rahe, R.H. Recommendations for future P.O.W. activities. Proceedings of the Veterans Administration Conference of Vietnam Prisoners of War, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1987.

  52. Rahe, R.H. Coping with captivity. In: Proceedings of the Veterans Administration Conference on Vietnam Prisoners of War, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1987.

  53. Rahe, R.H. Recent life changes, emotions and behaviors, in coronary heart disease. In: Baum, A., and Singer, J., eds. Handbook of Psychology and Health, Vol. 5. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, Hillsdale, 1987.

  54. Jones, F.D., Crocq, L.;, Adelaja, O., Rahe, R.H., Rock, N., Mansour, F., Collazo, C., and Belenky, G. Psychiatric casualties in modern warfare: I. Evolution of Treatment. Psychiatry, 6:459-464, 1985.

  55. Biersner, R.H., McHugh, W.R., and Rahe, R.H. Biochemical and mood response predictive of stressful diving performance. Journal of Human Stress, 10:43-49, 1984.

  56. Rahe, R.H. Navy medicine in Micronesia. Glimpses of Micronesia, Spring, 12-16, 1984.

  57. Smith, V.W., Poppell, G.H., and Rahe, R.H. Cholera in Truk. U.S. Navy Medicine, September-October:20-26, 1983.

  58. Rahe, R.H. Life change and its tolerance. In: Calhoun, J.B., ed. Perspectives on Adaptation, Environment and Population. Bethesda: National Institute of Mental Health, Praeger Publishing Company, 1983.

  59. Rahe, R.H. and Genender, E. Adaptation to and recovery from captivity stress. Military Medicine, 148:577-585, 1983.

  60. Rahe, R.H. and Edwards, E.A. Aspects of illness susceptibility in U.S. Navy recruits. Unit Report 81-40, San Diego, CA; Naval Health Research Center, 1982.

  61. Rahe, R.H. Developments in Life Change Measurement: Subjective Life Change Unit Scaling. In: Dohrenwend. B.S. and Dohrenwend, B.R., eds. Stressful Life Events and Their Contexts. New York: Prodist, 1981.

  62. Rahe, R.H. Stress and illness - experience of Vietnamese refugees. In: Dohrenwend, B.S., and Dohrenwend, B.R., eds. Recent Developments in Life-Change Measurement. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1981.

  63. Vickers, R.R., Hervig, L.K., Rahe, R.H., and Rosenman, R.H. Type A behavior pattern and coping and defense. Psychosomatic Medicine, 40:478-486, 1981.

  64. Biersner, R.J., McHugh, W.B., and Rahe, R.H. Biochemistry and team sports. Journal of Human Stress, 7:12-17, 1981.

  65. Conway, T.L., Vickers, R.R., Ward, H.W., and Rahe, R.H. Occupational stress and variation in cigarette, coffee, and alcohol consumption. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 22:155-165, 1981.

  66. Rahe, R.H., Ryman, D.H., and Ward, H.W. Simplified scaling for life change events. Journal of Human Stress, 6:22-27, 1980.

  67. Edwards, E.A., Rahe, R.H., Stephens, P.M., and Henry, J.P. Antibody response to bovine serum albumin in mice. The effects of psychosocial environmental change. Proceedings of Experimental Biology and Medicine, 163:478-481, 1980.

  68. Rahe, R.H. Recent life change stress and psychological depression. Rhode Island Medical Journal, 63:98-100, 1980.

  69. Richlin, M., Shale, J.H., and Rahe, R.H. Five-year medical follow-up of Navy POW's repatriated from Vietnam: Preliminary results. U.S. Navy Medicine, 71:19-26, 1980.

  70. Rahe, R.H. Center history and future course for the center for prisoner of war studies, San Diego, CA. In: Wetzler, H.P., ed. Proceedings, 5th Annual Joint Medical Meeting Concerning POW/MIA Matters, (19-20 Sep 1978), San Antonio: USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force Base, 4-8, 1979.

  71. Rahe, R.H. Life changes and illness studies: A selected review and synthesis. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Stress, Strain, Heart Disease and Law (26-28 Jan 1978), Boston: 131-139, 1979.

  72. Looney, J.G., Rahe, R.H., Harding, R., Ward, H.W., and Liu, W. Consulting to children in crisis. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 10:5-14, 1979.

  73. Rahe, R.H. Life change events and mental illness: An overview. Jouurnal of Human Stress, 5:2-10, 1979.

  74. Rahe, R.H., Ward, H.W., and Hayes, V. Brief group therapy in myocardial infarction rehabilitation: Three-to-four-year follow-up of a controlled trial. Psychosomatic Medicine, 41:1229-1242, 1979. Abstracted: Digest of Neurology and Psychiatry, 309, 1979.

  75. Rahe, R.H., Hervig, L., and Rosenman, R.H. Heritability of Type A Behavior. Psychosomatic Medicine, 40:478-486, 1978.

  76. Rahe, R.H., Hervig, L., Romo, M., Siltanen, P., Punsar, S., Karvonen, M., and Rissanen, V. Coronary behavior in three regions of Finland. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 22:455-460, 1978.

  77. Rahe, R.H. Demographic and psychosocial characteristics of Navy subjects as predictors of venereal disease. In: Levy, L., ed. Society, Stress and Disease: The Productive and Reproductive Age. London: Oxford University Press, 177-184, 1978.

  78. Rahe, R.H. Life change measurement clarification (editorial). Psychosomatic Medicine, 40:95-98, 1978.

  79. Rahe, R.H., and Arthur, R.J. Life change and illness studies: Past history and future directions. Journal of Human Stress, 4:3-15, 1978. Reprinted in: Journal of Continuing Education--Psychiatry, Mar, 1979.

  80. Rahe, R.H. Stress tolerance and the rise and fall of bodily energy. In: Heymen, D.K., ed. Proceedings of Seminars 1970-76. Durham, NC: Duke Center for Study of Aging and Human Development, 31-47, 1978.

  81. Rahe, R.H., Looney, J.G., Ward, H.W., Tung, T.M., and Liu, W. Psychiatric consultation in a Vietnamese refugee camp. American Journal of Psychiatry, 135:185-190, 1978.

  82. Levine, J.B., McHugh, W.B., Lee, J.O., and Rahe, R.H. Recent life changes and accidents aboard an attack carrier. Military Medicine, 141:469-471, 1977.

  83. Biersner, R.J., Ryman, D.H., and Rahe, R.H. Physical, psychological, blood serum and mood predictors of success in preliminary underwater demolition team training. Military Medicine, 142:215-219, 1977.

  84. Rahe, R.H. and Carter, J.E.L. Middle-aged male competitive swimmers. Background and body structure characteristics. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 16:309-318, 1976.

  85. Rahe, R.H., Arajarvi, H., Arajarvi, S., Punsar, S., and Karvonen, M.J. Recent life changes and coronary heart disease in East versus West Finland. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 20:431-437, 1976.

  86. Rahe, R.H., Ryman, D.H., and Biersner, R.J. Serum uric acid, cholesterol and psychological moods throughout stressful Naval training. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 47:883-888, 1976.

  87. Rahe, R.H. Stress and strain in coronary heart disease. Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association, Special supplement, 72:7-14, 1976.

  88. Levine, J.B., Lee, J.O., Ryman, D.H., and Rahe, R.H. Attitudes and accidents aboard an aircraft carrier. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 48:82-85, 1976.

  89. Rahe, R.H. A liaison psychiatrist on a coronary care unit. In: Pasnau, R.O., ed. Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry. Seminars in Psychiatry. New York: Grune and Stratton, Inc., 115-122, 1975.

  90. Rahe, R.H. Life stress and illness. In: Pasnau, R.O., ed. Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry. Seminars in Psychiatry. New York: Grune and Stratton, Inc., 47-59, 1975.

  91. Rahe, R.H., O'Neil, T., Hagan, A., and Arthur, R.J. Brief group therapy following myocardial infarction. 18-month follow-up of a controlled trial. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine,, 6:349-358, 1975.

  92. Rahe, R.H. Epidemiological studies of life change and illness. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine,, 6:133-146, 1975. Reprinted in: Lipowski, J., Lipsitt, D.R., and Whybrow, P.C. eds. Psychosomatic Medicine: Current Trends and Clinical Applications. New York: Oxford University Press, 421-434, 1977.

  93. Carter, J.E.L. and Rahe, R.H. Effects of stressful underwater demolition training on body structure. Medicine and Science in Sports, 7:304-308, 1975.

  94. Rahe, R.H., Scalzi, C., and Shine, K. A teaching evaluation questionnaire for post-myocaridal infarction patients. Heart and Lung, 4:759-766, 1975.

  95. Theorell, T. and Rahe, R.H. Life change, ballistocardiography, and coronary death. Journal of Human Stress, 1:18-24, 1975.

  96. Rahe, R.H., and Arthur, R.J. Swim performance decrement over middle life. Medicine and Science in Sports, 7:53-58, 1975.

  97. Rahe, R.H. Liaison psychiatry on a coronary care unit. Journal of Human Stress, 1:13-21, 1975.

  98. Gunderson, E.K.E. and Rahe, R.H. Life Stress and Illness. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1974.

  99. Rosenman, R.H., Rahe, R.H., Borhani, N., and Feinleib, M. Heritability of personality and behavior pattern. Acta Geneticae Medicae et Gamallologie, 25:221-224, 1974.

  100. Rimon, R., Jussila, J., and Rahe, R.H. Palvelusmotivaatio ja seerumin virtsahappo. Eripainos Sotilaslaaketieteellinen Aikakauslehti, 4:85-88, 1974.

  101. Rahe, R.H. The pathway between subjects' recent life changes and their near-future illness reports: Representative results and methodologic issues. Dohrenwend, B.S., and Dohrenwend, B.R. eds. Stressful Life Events: Their Nature and Effects. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 73-86, 1974.

  102. Rahe, R.H. Subjects' recent life changes and their near-future illness reports: Previous work plus new directions of study. In: Riehl, J., and Roy, C. eds. Conceptual Models for Nursing Practice. Englewood, NJ: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 63-81, 1974.

  103. Rubin, R.T. and Rahe, R.H. U.S. Navy underwater demolition team training: Biochemical studies. In: Gunderson, E.K.E., and Rahe, R.H. eds. Life Stress and Illness. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 208-226, 1974.

  104. Rahe, R.H. and Romo, M. Subjects' recent life changes and the onset of myocardial infarction and coronary death in Helsinki. In: Gunderson, E.K.E., and Rahe, R.H. eds. Life Stress and Illness. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 105-120, 1974.

  105. Theorell, T. and Rahe, R.H. Psychosocial characteristics of subjects with myocardial infarction in Stockholm. In: Gunderson, E.K.E., and Rahe, R.H. eds. Life Stress and Illness. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 90-104, 1974.

  106. Rahe, R.H. Life change and subsequent illness reports. In: Gunderson, E.K.E. and Rahe, R.H. eds. Life Stress and Illness. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 58-78, 1974.

  107. Rahe, R.H., Floistad, I., Bergan, T., Ringdahl, R., Gerhardt, R., Gunderson, E.K.E., and Arthur, R.J. A model for life changes and illness research: Cross-cultural data from the Norwegian Navy. Archives of General Psychiatry, 31:172-177, 1974.

  108. Campbell, D.T. and Rahe, R.H. Serum uric acid and cholesterol variability for men aboard a Polaris submarine. Military Medicine, 139:462-465, 1974.

  109. Rahe, R.H., Rubin, R.T., and Arthur, R.J. The three investigators study. Serum uric acid, cholesterol and cortisol variability during the stresses of everyday life. Psychosomatic Medicine, 36:258-268, 1974.

  110. Romo, M., Siltanen, P., Theorell, T., and Rahe, R.H. Work behavior, time urgency and life dissatisfactions in subjects with myocardial infarction: A cross-cultural study. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 18:1-8, 1974.

  111. Rahe, R.H., Romo, M., Bennett, L.K., and Siltanen, P. Recent life changes, myocardial infarction and abrupt coronary death: Studies in Helsinki. Archives of Internal Medicine, 133:221-228, 1974. Abstracted: Cardiology Digest, Nov, 1974.

  112. Rahe, R.H. and Arthur, R.J. Effects of aging upon U.S. masters championship swim performance. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 14:21-25, 1974. Reprinted in: Swimming Technique, 12:27-29, 1975.

  113. Rahe, R.H., Ryman, D.H., Bennett, L.K., and Arthur, R.J. Success in stressful training and subjects' serum uric acid and cholesterol. Unit Report 74-15, San Diego, CA: U.S. Navy Neuropsychiatric Research Unit, 1973.

  114. Rahe, R.H. Biochemical correlates of human behavior: Serum uric acid, cortisol, and cholesterol. In: de la Fuente, R., and Weisman, M.N. eds. Proceedings of the World Psychiatric Association, World Congress in Mexico City, Amsterdam: Excerpta Media, 400-404, 1973.

  115. Zir, L.M, Rubin, R.T., Rahe, R.H., and Arthur, R.J. Renal excretion of uric acid concentrations during stressful underwater demolition team training. Archives of Internal Medicine, 132:808-812, 1973.

  116. Rahe, R.H., Bennett, L.K., Romo, M., Siltanen, P., and Arthur, R.J. Subjects' recent life changes and coronary heart disease in Finland. American Journal of Psychiatry, 130:1222-1226, 1973.

  117. Rahe, R.H., Tuffli, C.F., Suchor, R.J., and Arthur, R.J. Group therapy in the outpatient management of post-myocardial infarction patients. Psychiatry in Medicine, 4:77-88, 1973.

  118. Rahe, R.H. Subjects' recent life changes and their near-future illness susceptibility. In: Lipowski, Z.J., ed. Advances inPsychosomatic Medicine, Vol. VIII. Basel: Karger, 2-19, 1972.

  119. Rahe, R.H., Biersner, R.J., Ryman, D., and Arthur, R.J. Psychosocial predictors of illness behavior and failure in stressful training. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 12:393-397, 1972.

  120. McDonald, B.W., Pugh, W.M., Gunderson, E.K.E., Rahe, R.H. Reliability of life change cluster scores. British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 11:407-409, 1972.

  121. Rahe, R.H. Subjects' recent life changes and their near-future illness reports. Annals of Clinical Research, 4:250-265, 1972. Reprinted in: Levi, L. ed. Emotions--Their Parameters and Measurement. New York: Raven Press, 511-529, 1975.

  122. Gunderson, E.K.E., Rahe, R.H., and Arthur, R.J. Prediction of performance in a stressful underwater demolition training. Journal of Applied Psychology, 56:430-432, 1972.

  123. Rahe, R.H., Gunderson, E.K.E.,Pugh, W.M., Rubin, R.T., and Arthur, R.J. Illness prediction studies: Use of psychosocial and occupational characteristics as predictors. Archives of Environmental Health, 25:192-197, 1972.

  124. Rahe, R.H., Jensen, P., and Gunderson, E.K.E. Regression analysis of subjects' self-reported life changes in an attempt to improve illness prediction. Unit Report 71-5, U.S. Navy Neuropsychiatric Research Unit, San Diego, CA, 1972.

  125. Zir, L.M., Rahe, R.H., Rubin, R.T., and Arthur, R.J. Effects of strenuous swim competition in the older age group. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 12:180-185, 1972.

  126. Biersner, R.J., Gunderson, E.K.E., and Rahe, R.H. Relationships of sports interests and smoking to physical fitness. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 12:124-127, 1972.

  127. Biesner, R.J., Gunderson, E.K.E., Ryman, D.H., and Rahe, R.H. Correlations of physical fitness, perceived health status, and dispensary visits with performance in stressful training. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 12:107-110, 1972.

  128. Rahe, R.H., McHugh, W., Kaplan, N., Rimon, R., and Arthur, R.J. Serum lactic acid variability in subjects during stressful training. Diseases of the Nervous System, 33:403-408, 1972.

  129. Pugh, W.M., Gunderson, E.K.E., Erickson, J., Rahe, R.H., and Rubin, R.T. Variations of illness incidence in a Navy population. Military Medicine, 137:224-227, 1972.

  130. Theorell, T., and Rahe, R.H. Behavior and life satisfaction characteristics of Swedish subjects with myocardial infarction. Journal of Chronic Disease, 25:139-147, 1972. Abstracted in: Rehabilitation Literature, 33:278, 1972.

  131. Rahe, R.H., Rubin, R.T., and Gunderson, E.K.E. Measures of subjects' motivation and affect correlated with their serum uric acid, cholesterol, and cortisol. Archives of General Psychiatry, 26:357-349, 1972. Abstracted: The Twentieth Rheumatism Review, New York: The Arthritis Foundation, 1974.

  132. Rahe, R.H., Rubin, R.T., Gunderson, E.K.E., Arthur, R.J. Psychological correlates of serum cholesterol in man: A longitudinal study. Psychosomatic Medicine, 33:399-410, 1971. Abstracted:Digest of Neurology and Psychiatry, 396, 1971. Abstracted: Excerpta Medica, 25:603, 1972.

  133. Biorck, G., Rahe, R.H., and Theorell, T. Hjartinfarkt och psychisk "stress" - nagra synpunkter. Lakaratidningen, 68:4765-4771, 1971.

  134. Pugh, W.M., Erickson, R.T., Gunderson, E.K.E., and Rahe, R.H. Cluster Analysis of Life Changes, II. Method of replication in Navy subpopulations. Archives of General Psychiatry, 25:333-339, 1971.

  135. Rahe, R.H., Pugh, W.M., Erickson, J., Gunderson, E.K.E., and Rubin, R.T. Cluster analysis of life changes, I. Consistency of clusters across large Navy samples. Archives of General Psychiatry, 25:330-332, 1971.

  136. Rahe, R.H., Lundberg, U., Bennett, L., and Theorell, T. The social readjustment rating scale: A comparative study of Swedes and Americans. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 15:241-249, 1971.

  137. Rahe, R.H. and Passikivi, J. Psychosocial factors and myocardial infarction, II. An outpatient study in Sweden. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 15:33-39, 1971.

  138. Theorell, T. and Rahe, R.H. Psychosocial factors and myocardial infarction, I. An inpatient study in Sweden. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 15:25-31, 1971.

  139. Rahe, R.H. and Lind, E. Psychosocial factors and sudden cardiac death: A pilot study. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 15:19-24, 1971.

  140. Theorell, T. and Rahe, R.H. Life changes in relation to the onset of myocardial infarction. In: Psychosocial Factors in Relation to the Onset of Myocardial Infarction and Some Metabolic Variables - A Pilot Study." Doctoral Thesis, Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Medicine, Seraphimer Hospital, Karolinska Institutet, 1971.

  141. Theorell, T. and Rahe, R.H. Behavior prior to myocardial infarction. In: "Psychosocial Factors in Relation to the Onset of Myocardial Infarction and Some Metabolic Variables - A Pilot Study." Doctoral Thesis, Stockholm, Sweden: Department of Medicine, Seraphimer Hospital, Karolinska Institutet, 1971.

  142. Rahe, R.H. Research in psychosomatic medicine: Retrospection to prediction. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of Air Force Behavior Scientists, San Antonio, Texas: School of Aerospace Medicine, 1970.

  143. Theorell, T. and Rahe, R.H. Psychosocial faktorer i tidsmassig relation till hjartinfarkt. Nordisk Medicine, 84:850-857, 1970.

  144. Rahe, R.H., Mahan, J.L., and Arthur, R.J. Prediction of near-future health change from subjects' preceding life changes. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 13:401-406, 1970.

  145. Liljefors, I. and Rahe, R.H. An identical twin study of psychosocial factors in coronary heart disease in Sweden. Psychosomatic Medicine, 32:523-542, 1970. Abstracted: Psychosomatic Medicine, 32:554, 1970. Abstracted: Digest of Neurology and Psychiatry, Dec, 1970. Abstracted: Year Book of Medicine, 314, 1971.

  146. Rahe, R.H., Gunderson, E.K.E., and Arthur, R.J. Demographic and psychosocial factors in acute illness reporting. Journal of Chronic Disease, 23:245-255, 1970.

  147. Rubin, R.T., Rahe, R.H., Gunderson, E.K.E., and Clark, B.R. Motivation and serum uric acid levels. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 30:794, 1970.

  148. Gunderson, E.K.E., Rahe, R.H., and Arthur, R.J. The epidemiology of illness in Naval environments: II. Demographic, social background, and occupational factors. Military Medicine, 135:453-458, 1970.

  149. Rahe, R.H., Mahan, J., Arthur, R.J., and Gunderson, E.K.E. The epidemiology of illness in Naval environments: I. Illness types, distribution, severities and relationships to life change. Military Medicine, 135:443-452, 1970.

  150. Rubin, R.T., Rahe, R.H., Arthur, R.J., and Clark, B.R. Serum uric acid, cholesterol and cortisol: Interrelationships in normal men under stress. Archives of Internal Medicine, 125:815-819, 1970.

  151. Rubin, R.T., Rahe, R.H., Arthur, R.J., and Clark, B.R. Adrenal cortical activity changes during underwater demolition team training. Psychosomatic Medicine, 31:553-564, 1969.

  152. Rubin, R.T., Plag, J.A., Arthur, R.J., Clark, B.R., and Rahe, R.H. Serum uric acid: Diurnal and hebdomadal variability in normoactive subjects. Journal of the American Medical Association, 208:1184-1186, 1969.

  153. Rahe, R.H. Life crisis and health change. In: May, P.R.A., and Wittenborn, R., eds. Psychotropic Drug Response: Advances In Prediction. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 92-125, 1969.

  154. Rahe, R.H. Multicultural correlations of life changes scaling: America, Japan, Denmark, and Sweden. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 13:191-195, 1969.

  155. Rahe, R.H. The Institute of Psychiatry, The Maudsley Hospital, London. Office of Naval Research Report T-10-69, 1969.

  156. Gunderson, E.K.E., Rahe, R.H., and Arthur, R.J. Life stress and illness in the Naval service. Unit Report 68-33, San Diego, CA: Navy Medical Neuropsychiatric Research Unit, 1968.

  157. Rahe, R.H., Rubin, R.T., Arthur, R.J., and Clark, B.R. Serum uric acid and cholesterol variability: A comprehensive view of underwater demolition team training. Journal of the American Medical Association, 206:2875-2880, 1968.

  158. Rahe, R.H. Life change measurement as a predictor of illness. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 61:1124-1126, 1968.

  159. Rahe, R.H. and Arthur, R.J. Life change patterns surrounding illness experience. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 11:341-345, 1968.

  160. Rahe, R.H. and Arthur, R.J. Biochemical correlates of behavior. A digest of selected studies. Diseases of the Nervous System, 29:114-117, 1968.

  161. Rahe, R.H. and Arthur R.J. Stressful underwater demolition training (serum urate and cholesterol variability). Journal of the American Medical Association, 202:1052-1054, 1967.

  162. Rahe, R.H., McKean, J.D., and Arthur, R.J. A longitudinal study of life change and illness patterns. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 10:355-366, 1967. Abstracted: Digest of Neurology and Psychiatry, Jun-Jul, 1967. Abstracted: Psychiatry Digest, May, 1968.

  163. Holmes, T.H. and Rahe, R.H. The social readjustment rating scale. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 11:213-218, 1967.

  164. Rahe, R.H. Life crisis and health change. Psychosomatic Medicine, 28:774, 1966.

  165. Rahe, R.H. and Christ, A.E. An unusual cardiac (ventricular) arrhythmia in a child. Psychosomatic Medicine, 28:181-188, 1966. Abstracted: Cardiology Digest, 1:36, 1966.

  166. Rahe, R.H. and Holmes, T.H. Social, psychologic and psychophysiologic aspects of inguinal hernia. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 8:487-491, 1965.

  167. Rahe, R.H., Meyer, M., Smith, M, Kjaer, G, and Holmes, T.H. Social stress and illness onset. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 8:35-44, 1964. Abstracted: Psychosomatic Medicine, 24:494, 1963.

  168. Rahe, R.H. "Psychosocial and Psychophysiologic Aspects of Abdominal Hernia." Medical Thesis, University of Washington, 1961.