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Bipolar disorder, Type A behavior, and coronary disease

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Bipolar disorder, Type A behavior, and coronary disease
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Glass
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David C.
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Department of Psychology, Stony Brook University
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author
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Contrada
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Richard J.
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Psychology (New Brunswick), Rutgers University
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Psychology (New Brunswick)
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School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) (New Brunswick)
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Article, Refereed
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Peer reviewed
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This is an electronic version of an article published in Glass, David C. and Richard J. Contrada. "Bipolar disorder, Type A behaviour and coronary disease." Health Psychology Review, available online 15 Feb 2011. DOI:10.1080/17437199.2010.531568. Health Psychology Review is available online at: www.tandfonline.com
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2011
Abstract (type = abstract)
This paper describes a model for integrating two psychological constructs--bipolar disorder and the Type A behavior pattern--each of which has been associated with enhanced risk of coronary heart disease (CHD). It highlights similarities between manic/hypomanic behaviors associated with bipolarity and the behaviors observed in Type A individuals. The proposed model conceptualizes Type A behavior as an alternating pattern of coping with challenging and stressful events. Thus, initial coping efforts are manifested as behavioral hyper-reactivity (including mania/hypomania), but this gives way to hypo-reactivity (including helplessness and depression) after repeated failure to assert control and/or attain relevant goals. This alternation of Type A coping patterns resembles the affective and behavioral transitions often seen in bipolar patients. Future research on psychological, epidemiological, and pathophysiological issues concerning CHD should document areas of commonality and independence between bipolarity and Type A behavior. Such studies would benefit from consideration of a model that identifies psychosocial dimensions common to Type A, mania/hypomania, and depression.
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English
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33 p.
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Bipolar disorder
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Depression
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Manic-depressive illness
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Type A behavior
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Topic
Coronary heart disease
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http://hdl.rutgers.edu/1782.1/rucore30123300001.Manuscript.000064072
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doi:10.7282/T3GQ6W4H
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Contrada, Richard
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rucore30123300001
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2012
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Journal
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Health Psychology Review
Identifier (type = volume and issue)
6(2)
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17437199.2010.531568
Detail
180-196
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Taylor & Francis
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2013-02-20
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2012-02-20
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