Alspach, Grif
February 2004
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2004, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p8
Academic Journal
Discusses the role of type A personality as one of the psychosocial factors implicated in the psychogenesis of cardiovascular disorders. Behaviors of people under type A personality; Study conducted on the good and bad type of type A personality; Recommendations of the results of the study.


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