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Type A behaviour pattern, characterised by anger, impatience, competitiveness and time-urgency, was recognised in the 1970s as an important risk factor for coronary heart disease.1 In 1986, a randomised controlled trial, the Recurrent Coronary Prevention Project, found that group therapy to reduce Type A behaviour led to reduced recurrent coronary events in post-myocardial infarction (MI) patients.2 However, difficulty in standardising measurement of Type A behaviour, changes in …
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