3 edition of Towards preventive treatment of coronary-prone behaviour found in the catalog.
Towards preventive treatment of coronary-prone behaviour
|Statement||A. Zanchetti, P. Turner, editors.|
|Contributions||Turner, Paul, 1933-, Zanchetti, Alberto., European Congress of Cardiology (9th : 1984 : Düsseldorf, Germany)|
|LC Classifications||RC685C6 T69 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
Development of an objective psychological test for the determination of the coronary-prone behaviour pattern in employed men. Journal of Chronic Diseases, 20, JENKINS, C. D., ZYZANSKI, S. J. & ROSENMAN, R. H. (). Progress towards validation of a computer-scored test for the type A coronary-prone behaviour pattern. Personality and behaviour type, in particular the Type A behaviour pattern, was also assessed. The behaviour type in itself had no impact on prognosis in these patients. Of Type A men, 24% died as compared to 22% of Type B men. But when considering the interactive effects with social isolation another picture emerged.
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Author(s): Zanchetti,Alberto; Turner,Paul,; European Congress of Cardiology,(9th: Düsseldorf, Germany) Title(s): Towards preventive treatment of. Hanck, 3 books F. Merke, 1 book Rudolf Hotz, 1 book Paul Walter, 1 book Gert Pfurtscheller, 1 book Georg Brubacher, 1 book A.
Zanchetti, 1 book K. Gey, 1 book F. Lopes da Silva, 1 book Norman S. Endler, 1 book. Abstract. On the basis of prospective population studies that found a relationship between Type A behavior and cardiac morbidity and mortality independent of traditional risk factors, Type A behavior was declared a risk factor for the development of coronary heart by: Define coronary-prone behavior.
coronary-prone behavior synonyms, coronary-prone behavior pronunciation, coronary-prone behavior translation, English dictionary definition of coronary-prone behavior. coronary-prone behavior. Translations. English: coronary-prone behaviorn.
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Cohen, D. Stokols, G. Evans). Any consideration of assessment issues regarding coronary-prone behavior must begin with a review and evaluation of the evidence that certain Williams R.B. () Definition and Assessment of Coronary-Prone Behavior.
In: Schneiderman N., Weiss S.M., Kaufmann P.G. (eds) Handbook of Research Methods in Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine Cited by: Abstract.
Type A coronary prone behaviour has been indicated to be an important risk factor for coronary heart disease (CHD) since . Case control and cohort studies [2–4] have shown a significant association between behavioural pattern and : M.
Tenconi, A. Taccola, C. Mercuri, G. Gotti, M. Spina, G. Bellotti. coronary-prone behavior: hostile behavior that increases the risk of heart disease.
And the third and final sections shall deal with the comparison of preventive health behaviour among three ethnic subpopulations in Singapore, highlighting the main findings of Author: Stella R. Quah. Coronary-Prone Behavior and Cardiovascular Reactivity The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.
Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Incardiologists Friedman and Rosenman’s notion of “Type A” personalities being most coronary-prone was widely publicized through their popular book Type A Behavior and your Heart Cited by: 2.
Since the historieal conference held in Alma Ata init has been possible to observe a reorientation of the medical profession. More and more, issues of health enter the stage and curative medicine is not just loosing ground but some. PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 4, () An Analysis of Coronary-Prone Behavior Patterns of Anti-Coronary Club Members1 HENRY S.
SINGMAN, SYLVIA N. BERMAN, MORTON ARCHER, AND CATHERINE COWELL The City of New York, Department of Health, Bureau of Nutrition Recently, evidence has been produced that there is a type of behavior that permits pros- Author: Henry S.
Singman, Sylvia N. Berman, Morton Archer, Catherine Cowell. N Engi J Med, 9. Jenkins CD, Zyzanski SJ, Rosenman RH: Progress toward validation of a computer-scored test for the Type A coronary-prone behavior pattern.
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He got the understanding that happiness comes from achieving goals, but finds out later that happiness does not necessarily follow success, but that you can enjoy overall happiness, even though you. Coronary heart disease in India • It was expected to be the single most important cause of death by the year Type A behaviour is associated with competitive drive, restlessness, hostility and a sense of urgency or impatience.
Type-A individuals are more coronary prone to CHD than the calmer, more philosophical Type B individuals Neilson, Warren Robert, "Coronary-prone Behavior And Cardivoascular Response To Uncontrollable Stress A Multidimensional Approach" (). Digitized Theses.
Indo-Canadians are a significant minority group residing in Canada. Several well designed comparative studies conducted in Europe have demonstrated that East Indians suffer higher rates of cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality than the other white populations (Hughes, raval, and Raftery, ; Hughes, Yeo, et al., ; McKeigue, Marmot, Adelstein, etal., ; .