Cardiovascular correlates of type A behavior components during social interaction.

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This study examined the cardiovascular (CV) correlates of the primary Type A behavior components during social interactions. Brief dialogues were created to role-play (RP) stereotypic Type A and Type B ways of responding to three common social situations designed to elicit hostility (H), time-urgency (T), and competition (C). Situations and dialogues were… (More)

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@article{Delamater1989CardiovascularCO, title={Cardiovascular correlates of type A behavior components during social interaction.}, author={Andrew Delamater and Randy A Albrecht and J. A. Smith and Michael Strube}, journal={Journal of psychosomatic research}, year={1989}, volume={33 5}, pages={641-50} }