The relationship between Type D personality and physical health complaints is mediated by perceived stress and anxiety but not diurnal cortisol secretion

Michael A. Smith, Victoria C. Riccalton, Denise H. Kelly-Hughes, Olivia A. Craw, Sarah F. Allen, Daryl B. O’Connor, Mark A. Wetherell

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