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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 ...
Type A behavior pattern : relationship to personality and psychopathology / by Deborah Lee Katz. --
Controversy exists around whether the Jenkins Activity Survey (JAS), a questionnaire measuring the Type A coronary-prone behavior pattern, correlates with measures of pathology. The present study investigated this ...
Type A personality and heart rate perception / by Cecilia Ahmoi Essau. --
The present study sought to replicate previous findings on the discrepancy between Type A's self-reporting of stress and their physiological arousal. An attempt was also made to clarify whether this discrepancy was due ...
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 ...
Type A behavior pattern, frustration and aggression / by B. Douglas Ford. --
Experimental studies have shown Type A Behavior Pattern individuals to be more aggressive than Type B's. The primary purpose of this study was to examine whether increased frustration in response to task failure offers ...