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heart rate

[′härt ‚rāt]
(physiology)
The number of heartbeats per minute.
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However, according to the report, a recently granted patent, which depicts a smartwatch with heart-rate and fitness tracking capabilities, indicates Microsoft could indeed be working on such a device.
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For the heart-rate experiment above, a bar graph would be best.
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Heart-rate measurements continued when the men were off work, even on weekends.
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In the new study, a stressful task induced sharper heart-rate hikes in male psychopaths who had eluded criminal conviction than in their previously convicted counterparts or in nonpsychopathic men, reports a team of psychologists led by Sharon S.