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 |**cardiac disease**  |Type A behavior – in which people are impatient, time-conscious and controlling – was first described as a substantial risk factor in coronary disease by the cardiologists Meyer Friedman and R. H. Rosenman.((Friedman, M., & Rosenman, R. H. (1974). //Type A behavior and your heart//. New York: Knopf.))  |Research since then has found that Type A behavior is not a good predictor of coronary heart disease.(({{pubmed>long:16934002}})) On the basis of this and other criticisms, Type A theory has been termed obsolete by many researchers in contemporary health psychology and personality psychology.  | |**cardiac disease**  |Type A behavior – in which people are impatient, time-conscious and controlling – was first described as a substantial risk factor in coronary disease by the cardiologists Meyer Friedman and R. H. Rosenman.((Friedman, M., & Rosenman, R. H. (1974). //Type A behavior and your heart//. New York: Knopf.))  |Research since then has found that Type A behavior is not a good predictor of coronary heart disease.(({{pubmed>long:16934002}})) On the basis of this and other criticisms, Type A theory has been termed obsolete by many researchers in contemporary health psychology and personality psychology.  |
 |**camptocormia** - forced posture with a forward-bent trunk  |supposedly seen in soldiers during World Wars I and II; claimed it could be cured quickly and durably by a "persuasive" electrotherapy(({{pubmed>long:10423797}})) |muscle weakness; an organic comorbidity of Parkinson's and ALS | |**camptocormia** - forced posture with a forward-bent trunk  |supposedly seen in soldiers during World Wars I and II; claimed it could be cured quickly and durably by a "persuasive" electrotherapy(({{pubmed>long:10423797}})) |muscle weakness; an organic comorbidity of Parkinson's and ALS |
-|**schizophrenia**   |claimed to be caused by cold, distant mothers(({{pubmed>long:10681297}})) (({{pubmed>long:13945453}}))       |communities of microbes have been increasingly implicated. A viral infection of pregnant woman during critical brain development of foetus is credible.  (({{pubmed>long:22488761}})), (({{pubmed>long:30068405}})), (({{pubmed>long:28463237}})), (({{pubmed>long:    28844435}})), (({{pubmed>long:    25464029}}))      |+|**schizophrenia**   |claimed to be caused by cold, distant mothers(({{pubmed>long:10681297}})) (({{pubmed>long:13945453}}))       |communities of microbes have been increasingly implicated. An infection of pregnant woman during critical brain development of foetus is credible.  (({{pubmed>long:22488761}})), (({{pubmed>long:30068405}})), (({{pubmed>long:28463237}})), (({{pubmed>long:    28844435}})), (({{pubmed>long:    25464029}}))      |
 |**stomach ulcers**   |claimed to be cause by stress     |//Helicobacter pylori//                | |**stomach ulcers**   |claimed to be cause by stress     |//Helicobacter pylori//                |
 |**tuberculosis** |in the developed world, claimed to be caused by tubercular personality((Hartz, J. (1944). [[http://www.psychosomaticmedicine.org/cgi/content/abstract/6/1/17|Tuberculosis and personality conflicts]]. //Psychosomatic Medicine// 6(1): 17.)) – romantic, unfulfilled, cosmopolitan people that need change and excitement      |//Mycobacterium tuberculosis//          | |**tuberculosis** |in the developed world, claimed to be caused by tubercular personality((Hartz, J. (1944). [[http://www.psychosomaticmedicine.org/cgi/content/abstract/6/1/17|Tuberculosis and personality conflicts]]. //Psychosomatic Medicine// 6(1): 17.)) – romantic, unfulfilled, cosmopolitan people that need change and excitement      |//Mycobacterium tuberculosis//          |
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