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Title: Type A Behavior Pattern, Anger and Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) in Chilean Urban Population
Other Titles: Patrón de comportamiento tipo A, ira y enfermedades cardiovasculares (ECV) en población urbana chilena
Authors: Diaz, E.M.
Icaza, G.
Mujica, V.
Nunez, L .
Leiva, E.
Vasquez, M.
Palomo, I.
Keywords: A Type Behavior Pattern
anger
cardiovascular diseases
ECV
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: FOUNDATION ADVANCEMENT PSYCHOLOGY
Citation: REVISTA LATINOAMERICANA DE PSICOLOGIA Volume: 43 Issue: 3 Pages: 443-453
Abstract: A worldwide raise in the number of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and the existence of a higher percentage in Maule (Chile) than the national media, and increased attention in the analysis of psychological factors motivate to analyze the Type A Behavior Pattern (TABP) and anger in relation to CVD. The sample was 1007 adults between 18 and 74 years old (citizens of Talca, Chile), mostly women. They provided information about their demographic details, eating habits and lifestyle, answered the Novaco's Anger inventory and the Retiro Scale of Type A Behavior (RSTAB), and also were taken measurements like weight, body mass index and blood pressure and blood tests related to risk factors to traditional cardiovascular diseases. The results show Overall, that the participants appear highly sedentary (79.9%) with relatively high levels of tabaquism (53.6%), and hypercholesterolemia (44.5%), overweight (40.7%) and obesity (32.6%). A quarter of the sample also presents hyperglycemic indexes, hypertension and TABP unequally distributed by sex. The absence of PCTA (or PCTB presence) appeared mostly associated with traditional cardiovascular risk factors (CRF). Regarding anger, women present more high than men (2.1% against 0.3%; c(2)(3) = 27.99,p<.0001), decreasing for both sexes with age, while also befall stroke by sex.
Description: Diaz, EM (Moyano Diaz, Emilio)1; Icaza, G (Icaza, Gloria); Mujica, V (Mujica, Veronica); Nunez, L (Nunez, Loreto); Leiva, E (Leiva, Elba); Vasquez, M (Vasquez, Marcela); Palomo, I (Palomo, Ivan)
URI: http://dspace.utalca.cl/handle/1950/8967
ISSN: 0120-0534
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