Type A behaviour and other psychological factors in peptic ulcer disease.

Abstract

A variety of personality traits and psychological symptom states have been reported to be associated with peptic ulcer disease. In the present study, male patients with confirmed duodenal or gastric ulcer(s) are compared with patient and non-patient control groups in terms of Type A behaviour, the Eysenck personality dimensions, hostility, state and trait… (More)

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@article{Langeluddecke1987TypeAB, title={Type A behaviour and other psychological factors in peptic ulcer disease.}, author={Pauline M Langeluddecke and Kerry J Goulston and Chris Tennant}, journal={Journal of psychosomatic research}, year={1987}, volume={31 3}, pages={335-40} }