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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 personality and heart rate perception
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 ...
Type A behavior pattern, frustration and aggression
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 ...
Type A behavior pattern : relationship to personality and psychopathology
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 ...
Re-examination of the relationship between the Type A behavior pattern and heart rate recovery from a psychosocial stressor
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 ...