coronary-prone behavior


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cor·o·nar·y-prone be·hav·ior

hostile behavior that increases the risk of heart disease.
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Occupational careers and the prevention of coronary-prone behavior. Social Science & Medicine, 10, 367-372.
Components of the coronary-prone behavior patter: their relation to silent myocardial infarction and blood lipids.
A review of research examining the coronary-prone behavior pattern.
Basic dimensions of the 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.
Physical inactivity, or a sedentary life-style, has been linked to CHD as an important independent risk factor (Oberman, 1985), as has Type A behavior pattern (e.g., Review Panel on Coronary-Prone Behavior, 1981; Rosenman, Brand, Jenkins, Friedman, Straus, & Wurm, 1975).
and Barboriak, J.J., Reliability of a brief scale for assessment of coronary-prone behavior and standard measures of Type A behavior, Percept.
Recommended lifestyle, including advice about changing diet and certain patterns of coronary-prone behaviors.