Psychophysiologic factors in atherogenesis and coronary artery disease.

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Studies conducted on animals indicate that biobehavioral variables and diet can interact to facilitate atherogenesis. An unstable or threatening environment and stable behavioral predispositions of the individual appear to be interactive variables that may be useful for understanding behavioral contributions to atherogenesis. The interaction of threat with… (More)

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