Type D personality, suboptimal health behaviors and emotional distress in adults with diabetes: results from Diabetes MILES-The Netherlands.

@article{Nefs2015TypeDP,
  title={Type D personality, suboptimal health behaviors and emotional distress in adults with diabetes: results from Diabetes MILES-The Netherlands.},
  author={Giesje Nefs and Jane Speight and Frans Pouwer and Victor Jozef Marie Pop and Mariska Bot and Johan Denollet},
  journal={Diabetes research and clinical practice},
  year={2015},
  volume={108 1},
  pages={94-105}
}
AIMS Type D personality - defined as high negative affectivity (NA) and high social inhibition (SI) - has been associated with adverse cardiovascular prognosis. We explored the differential associations of Type D personality and its constituent components with health behaviors, emotional distress and standard biomedical risk factors as potential risk mechanisms in adults with diabetes. METHODS 3314 Dutch adults with self-reported type 1 or 2 diabetes completed an online survey, including the… CONTINUE READING
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