Type A behavior, nonverbal expressive style, and health.

@article{Friedman1985TypeAB,
  title={Type A behavior, nonverbal expressive style, and health.},
  author={H. Friedman and J. Hall and Murray J. Harris},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={1985},
  volume={48 5},
  pages={
          1299-315
        }
}
Understanding the precise nature of the links among styles of behavior, emotional expression, and the development of heart disease is a major challenge in psychology and health. In the present research, 60 men at high risk for coronary heart disease were examined in terms of their expressive style, their specific nonverbal cues, their personality, and their health. As assessed by the self-report Jenkins Activity Survey (JAS; Jenkins, Zyzanski, & Rosenman, 1979), half the men were Type A and… Expand
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