Type A, hardiness, and psychological distress


This study examined the effects of hardiness and Type A behavior to burnout and psychological distress in the face of daily life hassles. Measures of hassles, hardiness, Type A behavior, and psychological distress were collected for 193 employees in the human services over 4 months. Analyses of covariance revealed that cognitively hardly Type A individuals… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00845283

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@article{Nowack1986TypeAH, title={Type A, hardiness, and psychological distress}, author={Kenneth M. Nowack}, journal={Journal of Behavioral Medicine}, year={1986}, volume={9}, pages={537-548} }