The Type A behavior pattern has also been hypothesized to be maladaptive self-control behavior (Glass, 1977) and was reported to relate to a wide variety of physical and psychosomatic symptoms.
What does TABP stand for?
TABP stands for Type A Behavior Pattern (psychology)
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[6,9] The Type A behavior pattern (TYABP) refers to an aggressive coping mode that incorporates some combination of workaholism, cynicism, hostility, polyphasia (doing and thinking more than one thing at a time), time urgency, competitiveness, and an excessive need for controlling outcomes in interpersonal relations.
In a three-year study presented last week at the American Psychological Association's annual meeting in Los Angeles, they report that some children and adolescents exhibit psychological and physical signposts of a Type A behavior pattern, fostered by parental child-rearing practices.