In a Study Conducted Employing Cold Viruses, Cohen, Tyrrell, and Smith

Question 43
Multiple Choice

In a study conducted employing cold viruses, Cohen, Tyrrell, and Smith (1993) discovered that subjects with higher perceived stress and negative affect were A) more likely to have died after a five-year follow-up study. B) more likely to show "hard" immune system changes. C) less likely to recover within a 5-day period. D) more likely to develop another more debilitating illness. E) less likely to show clinical evidence of a cold.