The effect of hostility on physiological and fantasy responses1


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    Based on a doctoral dissertation submitted to the Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota The author wishes to express his gratitude to his adviser, Karl E Weick, for his advice and aid throughout the development of the study Thanks are also due to W Dongen Wood for his valuable assistance in running the various groups, and Professor Donald Wetlaufer of the Biochemistry Department, University of Minnesota, for his assistance and laboratory facilities, and Elame Donelson who read an earlier version of this paper