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1. White coat hypertension is defined as an elevation of blood pressure resulting from the apprehension associated with visiting the doctor. It is thought that the patient associates the physician's white coat with distressing experiences (e.g., being vaccinated as a child), resulting in transient hypertension. This may be viewed as a physiological manifestation of which of the following phenomena?
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