Paul M. Litvak, Jennifer S. Lerner, Larissa Z. Tiedens, Katherine Shonk “Fuel in the Fire: How Anger Impacts Judgment and Decision-Making” International Handbook of Anger pp 287-310 Date: 21 December 2009 (full PDF)
Sandra P. Thomas PhD, RN, FAAN “Teaching Healthy Anger Management” Perspectives in Psychiatric Care” Volume 37, Issue 2, pages 41–48, April 2001 Article first published online: 16 JAN 2009 DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-6163.2001.tb00617.x (full PDF)
Barefoot JC, Peterson BL, Dahlstrom WG, Siegler IC, Anderson NB, Williams RB (I 991). “Hostility patterns and health implications. Correlates of Cook-Medley Hostility Scale Scores in a National Survey.” Health Psychology, 10, 18-24. (for purchase)
Jorgensen RS, Johnson BT, Kolodziej ME, Schreer GE (I 996). “Elevated Blood Pressure and Personality: A Meta-analytic Review.” Psychological Bulletin 120:293-320. (free PDF for Care Providers)
Friedman, Howard S.; Booth-Kewley, Stephanie “Personality, Type A behavior, and coronary heart disease: The role of emotional expression.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol 53(4), Oct 1987, 783-792. (for purchase)
Tori DeAngelis “When anger’s a plus”. American Psychological Association. March 2003, Vol 34, No. 3
Gonnie Klabbers, H. Bosma, M. van den Akker, G.I.J.M. Kempen, J.Th.M. van Eijk; “Cognitive hostility predicts all-cause mortality irrespective of behavioural risk at late middle and older age“, European Journal of Public Health, Volume 23, Issue 4, 1 August 2013, Pages 701–705
Suls J, Wan CK (I 993) “The relationship between trait hostility and cardiovascular reactivity: A quantitative review and analysis.” Psychophysiology 30:615-26. (full PDF)
Website of the Sacred Art of Living Center, sponsor of the Soul & Science project.
The Greater Good Science Center studies the psychology, sociology, and neuroscience of well-being, and teaches skills that foster a thriving, resilient, and compassionate society.
Based at the University of California, Berkeley, the GGSC is unique in its commitment to both science and practice: Not only do we sponsor groundbreaking scientific research into social and emotional well-being, we help people apply this research to their personal and professional lives. Since 2001, we have been at the fore of a new scientific movement to explore the roots of happy and compassionate individuals, strong social bonds, and altruistic behavior—the science of a meaningful life. And we have been without peer in our award-winning efforts to translate and disseminate this science to the public.
Mindful is a site created by the Foundation for a Mindful Society, an independent non-profit located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Mindful seeks to become the voice of the fast-emerging mindfulness movement. Its mission is to inspire, guide, and connect all those who want to live with awareness and compassion, to enjoy the proven benefits of mindfulness practices, and to create a more mindful and caring society. Mindful supports the growth of mindful practices in all aspects of secular modern life, and is not affiliated with any particular spiritual or sectarian approach.
The Centre for Studies on Human Stress (CSHS) is dedicated to improving the physical and mental health of Canadians by empowering individuals with scientifically grounded information on the effects of stress on the brain and body.