coronary-prone behavior

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cor·o·nar·y-prone behavior

n. conducta hostil que puede ocasionar el padecimiento de una enfermedad cardíaca.
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Time consciousness, achievement striving, and the Type A coronary-prone behavior pattern.
Behavioral and psychophysiological perspectives on coronary-prone behavior.
Progress toward validation of a computer-scored test for the Type A coronary-prone behavior pattern.
Type A coronary-prone behavior pattern: Relationship to birth order and family size.
The Type A coronary-prone behavior pattern and reactions to uncontrollable stress: An analysis of performance strategies, affect, and attributions during failure.
Negative affectivity and repressive coping: Pervasive influence on self-reported mood, health, and coronary-prone behavior.
Development of an objective psychological test for the determination of the coronary-prone behavior pattern in employed men.
Historical and current developments in coronary-prone behavior.
Modifying the Type A coronary-prone behavior pattern.
Various behavioral implications of envy are described in "Type A Coronary-Prone Behavior Pattern and Social Facilitation," by John W.
Prediction of clinical coronary heart disease by a test for the coronary-prone behavior pattern.
Review Panel on Coronary-Prone Behavior, 1981; Rosenman, Brand, Jenkins, Friedman, Straus, & Wurm, 1975).