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. Barefoot I. M. Lipkus 1994 The assessment of anger and hostility A. W. Siegman T. W

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, such as hostility/aggression ( Festl et al., 2013 ; Yen, Ko, Yen, Wu, & Yang, 2007 ), poor impulse control ( Cao, Su, Liu, & Gao, 2007 ; Özdemir, Kuzucu, & Ak, 2014 ), and low sociability ( Festl et al., 2013 ). Researchers have found hostility to be

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Bag, B., Hacihasanoglu, R., Tufekci, F. G.: Examination of anxiety, hostility and psychiatric disorders in patients with migraine and tension-type headache. Int. J. Clin. Pract., 2005, 59 , 515

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Sok vita folyik az egészségi állapotbeli társadalmi egyenlőtlenségekről, különösen az ifjú és serdülő korban. Az irodalom arról számol be, hogy szemben a felnőttkori egyenlőtlenségekkel, fiatal korban bizonyos mérvű kiegyenlítődés tapasztalható. A kutatások azonban azt mutatják, hogy az egyenlőtlenségek alacsony_t

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risk of stroke and coronary heart disease among male health professionals. Psychosom Med. 2003; 65: 100–110. 52 Haukkala A, Konttinen H, Laatikainen T, et al. Hostility, anger

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, 25 (4): 260–265. Barefoot, J.C., Peterson, B.L., Dahlstrom, W.G., Siegler, I.C., Anderson, N.B., Williams, R.B. (1991): Hostility patterns and health implications: Correlates of Cook-Medley Hostility scale scores in a

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subscales: (1) physical aggression; (2) verbal aggression; (3) anger; (4) hostility; and (5) self-aggression. All items are answered on a 5-point Likert scale. The standardized formula for converting the score of the subscale to 0–100 points is: subscale

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., Williams, R.B. (1989): The Cook—Medley Hostility Scale: Item content and ability to predict survival. Psychosomatic Medicine , 51: 46—57. Barnett, R.C. (2004): Women and multiple roles: Myths and reality. Harvard Review of

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  Aggression–Hostility ( M , SD ) 3.77 2.16 .60   Sociability ( M , SD ) 4.94 2.24 .65

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sensitivity, depression, anxiety, hostility, phobic-anxiety, paranoid ideation, and psychoticism), as well as the following three global indexes: The Global Severity Index (GSI) is considered to be the most sensitive single quantitative indicator concerning

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