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Ethnicity and Type D personality as predictors of heart rate variability.
This study examined the relationship between Type D personality and heart rate variability (HRV) during three guided imagery experiences (baseline, stressful, and uplifting) in a non-medical sample.Expand
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The ‘distressed’ personality, coping and cardiovascular risk
Type D (or ‘distressed’) personality has shown success in predicting hard medical outcomes (e.g. morbidity and mortality) in cardiac patients. Little is known about the relationship between Type DExpand
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Cardiovascular Risk: Gender Differences in Lifestyle Behaviors and Coping Strategies
BackgroundAlthough cardiovascular disease (CVD) does not occur until mid to late life for most adults, the presence of risk factors, such as high blood pressure (BP) and cholesterol, has increasedExpand
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Effects of instructions, modeling, and role rehearsal on interview verbal behavior.
  • J. Dostèr
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
  • 1 October 1972
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Interviewer disclosure modeling, information revealed, and interviewee verbal behavior.
  • J. Dostèr, S. Brooks
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
  • 1 June 1974
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Spirituality and Cardiovascular Risk
This study extended current research linking spirituality to health by investigating the relationship between extrinsic and intrinsic spirituality and cardiovascular risk factors. ParticipantsExpand
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Gender Differences, Anger Expression, and Cardiovascular Risk
Research has established the influence of serum cholesterol and anger management style as cardiovascular risk factors. However, mixed and sometimes contradictory results have created uncertainty withExpand
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Perceived child-rearing practices and self-disclosure patterns.
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