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M.E. Beutel, J. Wiltink, Y. Till, P.S. Wild, T. Münzel, F.M. Ojeda, T. Zeller, R.B. Schnabel, K. Lackner, M. Blettner, I. Zwiener, M. Michal
Psychother Psychosom (2012) 81 (2): 108–117.
Published Online: 18 January 2012
.... Type D personality Depression Anxiety Coronary heart disease Inflammation Endothelial function Lifestyle Type D (‘distressed’) personality has been introduced by Denollet and colleagues [ 1,2,3 ] as a risk factor for morbidity and mortality in cardiovascular patients. It is characterized...
Psychother Psychosom (2002) 71 (6): 311–317.
Published Online: 04 November 2002
.... There were no significant group differences in the appreciation of weekend and leisure activities or lifestyle during days off. Most striking differences were found with respect to experienced workload, sense of responsibility, and inability to relax. Conclusion: Leisure sickness is a relatively common...
Mutsuhiro Nakao, Gregory Fricchione, Patricia Myers, Patricia C. Zuttermeister, Margaret Baim, Carol Lynn Mandle, Cynthia Medich, Carol L. Wells-Federman, Patricia Martin Arcari, Margaret Ennis, Arthur J. Barsky, Herbert Benson
Psychother Psychosom (2001) 70 (1): 50–57.
Published Online: 03 January 2001
... physical symptoms and were referred to the clinic by their physician. The Medical Symptom Checklist (12 major symptoms), Symptom Checklist 90 Revised (SCL-90R), Stress Perception Scale and the Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile were administered before and after the program. Results: Of the sample, 1,012...