Type A Personality Theory

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This experiment has been designed to test the hypothesis that states the majority of students who attend Central DeWitt High School are Type A personality due to involvement in extracurricular activities as well as a desire to do well in academics, both psychological factors, and the influence of their parent 's personality type on their behaviors, an environmental contribute.
Overall, there are three personality type categories psychologists generally classify people to be in. The coronary-prone behavior pattern (Riggio, 2014), or Type A personality, is the first of the three kinds. Those who are placed under Type A personality behaviors are known to always be on the go; they are highly driven, competitive, great multitaskers, and are usually impatient (Rathus, 2010, pg. 476). Type A individuals tend to put a heavy amount of pressure on themselves and also uphold high expectations. Because of this, they’re constantly under stress (Rathus, 2010, pg. 476). Research studies
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As a Type A, one may never feel as if there’s enough time in the day to accomplish all they need to get done. As Ronald E. Riggio states in the Psychology Today article, “Are you a Type A or B Personality?”, the Type A personality “represents the stereotype of the hard-working business executive who rushes around….never having enough time in the day to get things done, working late hours,

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