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Asked On2017-07-20 03:44:14 by:13priya

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Aisha is in the final year of schooling and is highly motivated to excel in the competitive examinations. However she feels she is short of time and always burdened with work. She finds it difficult to slow down and relax. Her personality type is Type A.

This type of personality concerns how people respond to stress.
Friedman & Rosenman (both cardiologists) developed their theory based on an observation of the patients with heart conditions in their waiting room. Unlike most patients, who wait patiently, some people seemed unable to sit in their seats for long and wore out the chairs. They tended to sit on the edge of the seat and leaped up frequently.
What was unusual was that the chairs were worn down on the front edges of the seats and armrests instead of on the back areas, which would have been more typical. They were as tense as racehorses at the gate.
The two doctors labeled this behavior Type A personality. They subsequently conduced research to show that people with type A personality run a higher risk of heart disease and high blood pressure than type Bs.
Although originally called 'Type A personality' by Friedman & Rosenman it has now been conceptualized as a set of behavioral responses collectively known as Type A Behavior Pattern.


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