6 edition of Type A behavior found in the catalog.
by Plenum Press in New York
Includes bibliographical references (p. 141-144) and index.
|Series||Prevention in practice library|
|LC Classifications||R726.7 .F757 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|ISBN 10||0306453568, 0306453576|
|LC Control Number||96044150|
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For some 40 years scientists have been studying Type A behavior, a behavior pattern which may place individuals at risk for coronary heart disease (CHD). In the mid 's, two cardiologists, Meyer Friedman and R.H. Rosenman remarked that the primary risk factors of CHD, i.e. hypertension, smoking, and elevated serum cholesterol, did not explain the vast increase of incidence of the disease. Types of Behaviors in Psychology. Psychology is actually study with regards to the mind, taking place partly through the study of behavior. In scientific approach, psychology has got the immediate goal of knowing individuals and groups by each researching specific cases and forming general principles and for most it eventually aims to help society.
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Out of 5 stars Type A Behavior and Your Heart - Great Read. Reviewed in the United States on Ap Verified Purchase. Drs Friedman & Rosenman did a great job so many years ago writing this book. Still best I've read on the subject today. So many clear ah-ha moments in reading this it was scary how well they knew by: Dan Pink is the author of the excellent book Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us.
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Reviewed in the United States on Ap Verified Purchase. Drs Friedman & Rosenman did a great job so many years ago writing this book. Still best I've read on the subject today. So many clear ah-ha moments in reading this it was scary how well they knew me/5(11). Type I behavior is made, not born.
Type I's almost always outperform Type X's in the long run. Type I behavior does not disdain money or recognition. Type I behavior is a renewable resource. Type I behavior promotes greater physical and mental well-being. Ultimately, Type I behavior depends on three nutrients: autonomy, mastery, and Type A behavior book.
Type A behavior (TAB) afflicts over three quarters of all urban American males. This alarming trend toward widespread coronary-prone behavior has caused great concern among psychiatrists and cardiovascular specialists. Until now, no one has even attempted to treat TAB, while its diagnosis by many physicians has been faulty and has contributed to long-standing confusion about the relationship.
The major problem with the Type A and Type B theory is actually determining which factors are influencing coronary heart disease. Some research (e.g., Johnston, ) has concentrated on hostility, arguing that the Type A behavior pattern is characterized by underlying hostility which is a major factor leading to coronary heart disease.
The physician who first identified Type A Behavior (TAB) describes its accurate diagnosis, quantitative assessment, and successful treatment in over 2, cases. Highlights include drawings and photos illustrating the psychomotor signs of TAB and a special appendix listing statements useful for changing the false belief systems of TAB subjects/5.
Type A behavior pattern: a personal overview / Ray H. Rosenman --Type A behaviour and coronary heart disease: the third stage / H.J. Eysenck --A "success trap" theory of Type A behavior: historical background / Lawrence F.
Van Egeren --Type A behavior, self-appraisals, and goal setting: a framework for future research / James S. Phillips. type A behavior: a behavior pattern associated with the development of coronary heart disease, characterized by excessive competitiveness and aggression and a fast-paced life style.
Persons exhibiting type A behavior are constantly struggling to accomplish ill-defined goals in the shortest possible time. In several studies this type of.
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From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. His best known work is entitled "Type A Behavior and Your Heart", which he co-wrote with Dr. Ray H. Rosenman. Friedman was himself of the Type A Behavior, yet knowing this tried to become more like the Type B Behavior to possibly save his own life.
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