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|Title:||Type A behaviour pattern of faculty choice among males and females in Singapore|
|Source:||Chew, I.K.H. (1991). Type A behaviour pattern of faculty choice among males and females in Singapore. Stress Medicine 7 (4) : 233-238. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||This exploratory study examined the characteristics of Type A behaviour pattern (TABP) among 341 undergraduates of three different faculties of a university in Singapore. It attempted to show if differences in faculty choice of males and females could be attributed to TABP. The findings of the article indicated that the choice of the faculty differs between male and female and that these differences are explained by the hostility trait of the TABP. The sample showed a high proportion of a Type A behaviour pattern. The tendency towards TABP was higher among females than males. It would appear that increased urbanization, such as in Singapore, is a Type A-promoting social contingency.|
|Source Title:||Stress Medicine|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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