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In the original 1970s research comparing the health outcomes of Type A and Type B men, what principal outcome was found?

▸ There were no differences in health outcomes between Type A and Type B men.

▸ Twenty percent of men who had heart attacks had Type B personality.

▸ Sixty-nine percent of men suffering heart attacks had Type A personality.

▸ Twenty-nine percent of men who had heart attacks had Type A personality.
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