Hostility is an independent predictor of recurrent coronary heart disease events in men but not women: results from a population based study

Haas, D. C.; Chaplin, W. F.; Shimbo, Daichi; Burg, Matthew M.; Pickering, T. G.; Davidson, K. W.

Epidemiologic evidence suggests healthy individuals characterised by hostile personalities are at increased risk for coronary heart disease (CHD). We tested if hostility predicts CHD recurrence differentially for men and women.


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Center for Behavioral Cardiovascular Health
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November 17, 2016