The Validity of the Jenkins Activity Survey in Terms of Illness and Work

@inproceedings{Strmpfer1993TheVO,
  title={The Validity of the Jenkins Activity Survey in Terms of Illness and Work},
  author={D. J. W. Str{\"u}mpfer},
  year={1993}
}
The Type A Behaviour Pattern (TABP) and the Jenkins Activity Survey (JAS), as a means of operationalizing it, are described. The JAS is a measure of the ‘pressured drive’ component of the TABP and is related only poorly to the Structured Interview, which is usually considered as the standard measure of the TABP. Literature on the JAS and coronary heart disease (CHD) is reviewed first. Cross-sectional studies provided favourable validation but not so prospective studies. A number of large-scale… CONTINUE READING

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