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Re-examination of the relationship between the Type A behavior pattern and heart rate recovery from a psychosocial stressor / by Nicolette Debora Kaszor. --
A recent study by Hart and Jamieson (1983) reported that Type A males recover from a psychosocial stressor significantly slower than their Type B counterparts. It is unclear, however, whether this result is a robust ...
Role of cognitive appraisal in the recovery from stress / by Lynn P. Harrick. --
The present study examined the effects of cognitive appraisal on heart rate recovery from a psychological stressor. Forty introductory psychology students were randomly assigned to either a threat or challenge condition. ...
Sex-role orientation and response to cognitive stressors / by Dagmar I. Schaefer. --
The present study was aimed at investigating the relationship between sex-role orientation, as defined by the BSRI, and heart-rate response to stress. After being administered both the BSRI and JAS, 35 female ...
Stress and Lifestyle Management Group Therapy Program / by Cindy Insley. --
Excessive stress can be debilitating when it is not under careful control. The development of a Stress and Lifestyle Management Group Therapy Program was designed to instruct people who have a low stress tolerance, to ...
Locus of control and self-disclosure under conditions of stress and non-stress / M. Kucharew. --
This study examined the possibility that the apparent adjustment of internal locus of control individuals is due to denial and defensiveness rather than actual adjustment. One hundred and seventeen subjects(thirty-one ...
Effects of the anger expression and hostility components of the type A personality behavior pattern : on physiological recovery from a psychosocial stressor / by Mary-Beth Minthorn-Biggs.
The present study re-examined the relationship of the Type A Behavior Pattern to heart rate and finger temperature recovery from a psychosocial stressor. It also investigated the role of anger expression, hostility and ...