In Search of Coronary-prone Behavior: Beyond Type A

In Search of Coronary-prone Behavior: Beyond Type A

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Overview

In Search of Cornoary-Prone Behavior: Beyond Type A provides a methodology of enormous potential for examining the relationship between behavioral variables and basic pathophysiological mechanisms. They discuss the history of Type-A behavior pattern (TABP) as it relates to coronary heart disease (CHD).

Students and researchers with an interest in the correlation between personality and coronary behavior, as well as behavioral medicine, social and health psychology, and the neurosciences.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781134745852
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/13/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 258
File size: 1 MB

Table of Contents

Contents: Preface. J. Suls, G.S. Sanders, Why Do Some Behavioral Styles Place People at Coronary Risk? T.M. Dembroski, S.M. Czajkowski, Historical and Current Developments in Coronary-Prone Behavior. P.T. Costa, Jr., R.R. McCrae, T.M. Dembrowksi, Agreeableness Versus Antagonism: Explication of a Potential Risk Factor for CHD. A.W. Siegman, The Role of Hostility, Neuroticism, and Speech Style in Coronary Artery Disease. T.W. Smith, Interactions, Transactions and the Type A Pattern: Additional Avenues in the Search for Coronary-Prone Behavior. L. Scherwitz, Type A Behavior Assessment in the Structured Interview: Review, Critique, and Recommendations. H.S. Friedman, The Role of Emotional Expression in Coronary Heart Disease. D.C. Ganster, W.E. Sime, B.T. Mayes, Type A Behavior in the Work Setting: A Review and Some New Data. R.B. Williams, Jr., Biological Mechanisms Mediating the Relationship Between Behavior and Coronary Heart Disease. S.B. Manuck, M.F. Muldoon, J.R. Kaplan, M.R. Adams, J.M. Polefrone, Coronary Artery Artheroschlerosis and Cardiac Response to Stress in Cynomolgus Monkeys.

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