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Type A individuals often get easily
aroused to anger or hostility, which they may or may not express overtly. Such
individuals tend to see the worse in others, displaying anger, envy and a lack
When this behavior is exposed
overtly (i.e. physical behavior) it generally involves aggression and possible
bullying (Forshaw, 2012).Hostility, intense
ambition & competitive drive, appears to be the main factor
linked to heart disease and is a better predictor than the TAPB as a whole.
The Type B personality generally lives at a lower stress
level and are typical
·They work steadily, enjoying
achievements but not becoming stressed when they are not achieved.
·They may be creative and enjoy
exploring ideas and concepts.
·They are often reflective, thinking
about the outer and inner worlds.
By performing educational & psychological interventions in the
community and increasing people’s awareness about the psychological factors of
CHD can have an effective role to reduce the type A & type B.
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