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"Type A" Personality Was Invented by the Tobacco Industry – Here’s How.

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0:00 You’re so "Type A"
0:59 History of Type A Personality
2:15 The Involvement of the Tobacco Industry
3:33 Dr Rohin Francis on ethics of medicine today
4:02 The OCEAN model of personality
5:03 How personality traits interact with health
6:19 Using personality to boost well-being
8:18 The strangest example of “Type A”

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