[The significance of psychological risk "patterns" in the recovery of the cerebrovascular patient]

Rev Med Interna Neurol Psihiatr Neurochir Dermatovenerol Neurol Psihiatr Neurochir. Jan-Mar 1989;34(1):57-63.
[Article in Romanian]

Abstract

The authors have applied the Jenkins Activity Survey test in 117 patients with residual and sequelae cerebrovascular disorders. Three behavioural types, A, B, and non-A--non-B were determined. A slight prevalence of type A (39.32%) was disclosed by comparison with the two other types, when considered separately although when type-B and type non-A--non-B subjects were lumped together the type A subjects remained a minority. Subjects with marked behavioural patterns were better represented (69.20%), especially those showing factor H. (31.62%), and factor S + H (27.35%).

Publication types

  • English Abstract

MeSH terms

  • Adult
  • Behavior
  • Cerebrovascular Disorders / psychology*
  • Female
  • Humans
  • Male
  • Middle Aged
  • Personality
  • Psychological Tests
  • Risk Factors
  • Type A Personality