Type D subscales negative affectivity and social inhibition stratified by metabolic syndrome and its components. NA (above) and SI (below) scales stratified by presence and absence of metabolic syndrome and its components overweight, lipid abnormality, hypertension and diabetes. People who report metabolic syndrome have significantly higher negative affectivity and social inhibition scores. METS components show a significant higher level of NA for hypertension (F(1,1583) = 6.2), and a trend for lipid abnormality (F(1,1578) = 3.1), and a higher score for SI on lipid abnormality (F(1,1578) = 10.8). Mean and SEM are shown.