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Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern

Janet T. Spence

Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern

differential effects on students" health and academic achievement

by Janet T. Spence

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration in [Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Space flight -- Psychological aspects.

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    StatementJanet T. Spence, Robert L. Helmreich, and Robert S. Pred.
    SeriesNASA-CR -- 180693., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-180693.
    ContributionsHelmreich, Robert L., Pred, Robert S., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15278383M

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    Spence, Janet T. Overview. Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern: differential effects on students' health and academic achievement by Janet T Spence (Book) 2 editions published Spence, Janet Taylor Taylor, Janet.   Impatience versus achievement strivings in the type A pattern: differential effects on students' health and academic achievement. relationships between various psychosocial factors and risk of hypertension appear to differ across different age, race, and sex groups, and further investigations are needed. Impatience versus achievement Cited by:

    Type B. Type B is a behavior pattern that is lacking in Type A behaviors. A-B personality is a continuum where one either leans to be more Type A or Non Type A (Type B). The hypothesis describes Type B individuals as a contrast to those of Type A. Type B personality, by definition, are noted to live at lower stress levels. (Type A behavior pattern: the tendency toward easily aroused hostility, impatience, a sense of time urgency, and competitive achievement strivings; in comparison to Type B) Cook-Medley MMPI Hostility Scale (Examples).


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Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern by Janet T. Spence Download PDF EPUB FB2

Psychometric analyses of college students' responses to the Jenkins Activity Survey, a self-report measure of the Type A behavior pattern, revealed the presence of two relatively independent factors.

On the basis of these analyses, two scales, labeled Achievement Strivings (AS) and Impatience-Irritability (II), were by: Impatience Versus Achievement Strivings in the Type A Pattern: Differential Effects on Students' Health and Academic Achievement Janet T.

Spence, Robert L. Helmreich, and Robert S. Pred University of Texas at Austin Psychometric analyses of college students' responses to the Jenkins Activity Survey, a self-report. Impatience versus achievement strivings in the type A pattern: differential effects on students' health and academic achievement.

Spence JT, Helmreich RL, Pred RS. PMID:Cited by: The correlations were expected since activity is considered an integral part of Achievement Strivings in Type A (Spence et al., ), while orientation through activities in order to achieve the.

Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern: differential effects on students' health and academic achievement Author: Janet T Spence ; Robert L Helmreich ; Robert S Pred.

Impatience versus achievement strivings in the type A pattern: differential effects on students' health and academic by:   Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern: Differential effects on students' health and academic achievement.

Journal of Applied Psychology, 72, Google Scholar | Crossref | Medline | ISICited by: Psychometric analyses of college students' responses to the Jenkins Activity Survey, a self-report measure of the Type A behavior pattern, revealed the presence of two relatively independent factors.

Based on these analyses, two scales, labeled Achievement Strivings (AS) and Impatience and Irritability (II), were developed. ABSTRACT: Differences in competitive orientations were examined in relation to two components of the Type A behavior pattern, Achievement Strivings and Impatience-Irritability, that have differential implications for achievement performance and health.

), a commonly used measure of the Type A pattern. relatively independent factors emerged, which we identified as Impatience and Irritability (Il) and Achievement Strivings (AS).

Achievement strivings, scholastic aptitude, and academic performance: A follow-up to “Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern.” Journal of Applied Psychology, 74, –Cited by: Achievement strivings, scholastic aptitude, and academic performance: a follow-up to "impatience versus achievement strivings in the type A pattern".

Spence JT, Pred RS, Helmreich RL. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types: Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't; Research Support, U.S.

Gov't, Non-P.H.S. MeSH Terms. Achievement Cited by: Achievement strivings, scholastic aptitude, and academic performance: A follow up to "Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern".

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Achievement strivings, scholastic aptitude, and academic performance: a follow-up to "impatience versus achievement strivings in the type A pattern".Cited by:   In this research, the roles of workplace justice, achievement striving behavior and pay satisfaction were used to predict prosocial behaviors.

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Journal of Applied Psychology, 72(4), pp Journal. Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern: Differential effects on students' health and academic achievement Spence, Spence; Helmreich, Helmreich; Pred, Pred Achievement strivings, scholastic aptitude and academic performance: A follow‐up to “Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern.

Impatience versus achievement strivings in the type A pattern: differential effects on students' health and academic achievement. Joseph T. Spence, Robert L. Helmreich, R S Pred Psychology, Medicine.

Impatience versus achievement strivings in the Type A pattern: Differential effects on students’ health and academic achievement. Journal of Applied Psychology, 72, – Google Scholar | Crossref | Medline | ISICited by: The authors examined the role of achievement goals, ability, and high school performance in predicting academic success over students' college careers.

First, the authors examined which variables predicted students' interest and performance in an introductory psychology course taken their first semester in college. Then, the authors followed students until they graduated to examine continued Cited by: