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Main article: Coronary prone personality

Type B personality is a term used to describe people who tend to be

  • Relaxed
  • Likelier than a Type A personality to be patient
  • Creative and imaginative
  • Inclined to self-analyze

In the 1950s, the cardiologist Meyer Friedman argued that risk of heart disease is greater in Type A personality people than in Type B personality people.

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