Anger and repression : a test of a model
Anger or more specifically, repression, suppression or difficulties in coping with anger has achieved prominence in the literature of psychological medicine, as contributing or etiological factors in hypertension, coronary heart disease and cancer. In past studies, 'repression', operationally defined by a pattern of high defensiveness and low trait anxiety, has been linked consistently with elevated physiological arousal during stressful laboratory tasks, despite low self-reported...[Show more]
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