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Type A & Type B Personalities Explained

Are there genetic advantages to having a type B personality?
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Meta-analyses of prospective studies on coronary heart disease, type A personality, and hostility.

“The present meta-analyses cover all prospective studies until the end of 1998. The correlation coefficient r is used as effect size to yield information on the population effect size R and variance. Several analyses have been carried out to stratify for disease endpoints, samples (healthy population, CHD patients), and methods used to determine TAP or hostility.”

16 Signs You’re A Little (Or A Lot) Type A

“We use it in conversation all the time, generally followed by a knowing chuckle or nod of the head. “Type A” has become a pop psychology buzzword and catch-all descriptor for the more driven, anxiety-prone go-getters among us. We all have some sense of what it suggests, but the actual meaning and legitimacy of Type A Behavior theory are less well-known.”

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