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The Type A Personality Test: Results Type A behavior pattern has been linked to a number of health problems. Although the literature is somewhat inconsistent because of problems with the conceptualization and definition of Type A behavior, studies have shown that Type A people run higher risks of cardiovascular diseases, cancer and other stress-related evils such as frequent colds, anxiety disorders, burnout, and depression. The risks seem to be reduced with intervention aimed at reducing Type A behavior. Indeed, those with pronounced Type A characteristics would be happier and healthier if they were to file down the jagged edges of their personality. By learning how to control the negative behavior patterns while preserving their drive, Type A people can be successful without sacrificing their emotional and physical well-being. Your score = 52

Type A Score 52

What does your score mean? You seem to have a Type B personality. Your personality draws characteristics from each of the other personality types, that is, Type A and Type C. Either you adjust your behavior depending on the situation, or you tend to be moderated in your attitudes. In any case, you are the most balanced of the three personality types.

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Would you like to learn more about your Type? There are many factors that play a role in Type A, B and C behavior patterns. The complete results for this test provide you with 10 subscores. For example, you scored 46 on the Negativity subscore. Find out what this means and how you did on the other subscales right away by ordering the test results. 2003 PsychTests.com All rights reserved.

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