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Title: Respiratory psychophysiology and COVID-19: A research agenda
Authors: Feldman, Jonathan M.
Vlemincx, Elke
Arcoleo, Kimberly J.
Babb, Tony G.
Davenport, Paul W.
Marshall, Gailen D
Ramirez, Jan-Marino
Ritz, Thomas
Troosters, Thierry
Van den Bergh, Omer
von Leupold, Andreas
Keywords: COVID-19
range of disease severity
respiratory psychophysiology
physical rehabilitation
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Vlemincx, E., Arcoleo, K. J., Babb, T. G., Davenport, P. W., Feldman, J. M., Marshall, G. D., Ramirez, J. M., Ritz, T., Troosters, T., Van den Bergh, O., von Leupoldt, A., & Participants of the 2020 Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Advancement of Respiratory Psychophysiology (ISARP) (2022). Respiratory psychophysiology and COVID-19: A research agenda. Biological Psychology. https://doi. org/10.1016/j.biopsycho.2022.108473
Series/Report no.: Biological Psychology;176(1)
Abstract: After multiple waves of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become clear that the impact of SARS-CoV-2 will carry on for years to come. Acutely infected patients show a broad range of disease severity, depending on virus variant, vaccination status, age and the presence of underlying medical and physical conditions, including obesity. Additionally, a large number of patients who have been infected with the virus present with post-COVID syndrome. In September 2020, the International Society for the Advancement of Respiratory Psychophysiology organized a virtual interest meeting on 'Respiratory research in the age of COVID-19', which aimed to discuss how research in respiratory psychophysiology could contribute to a better understanding of psychophysiological interactions in COVID-19. In the resulting current paper, we propose an interdisciplinary research agenda discussing selected research questions on acute and long-term neurobiological, physiological and psychological outcomes and mechanisms related to respiration and the airways in COVID-19, as well as research questions on comorbidity and potential treatment options, such as physical rehabilitation.
Description: Scholarly article / Open access
ISSN: ISSN: 0301-0511, 1873-6246
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