In Search of Coronary-Prone Behavior: Beyond Type A

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underpinnings. The transactional approach may serve as a useful counterpoint in this regard. The transactional model may also, however, explain an additional aspect of the way in which Type A's come to be at greater risk for CHD and how that risk might be reduced.


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