The Post-War Era, the Anxiety Age and the Social Responsibilities
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...Anxiety Age and Social Responsibilities: 1945-1975 The post-war period was one of significant confusionand anxiety, where social responsibilities were being refined, established and shaken up. Aspects of society that had remained unchanged for centuries were now being shaken up, much to the dissatisfaction of many of those in authority. Different authors approached this topic in varied ways, and changing social and cultural aspects had a significant influence on how this theme was presented and how it changed. A large part of social responsibility that changed from one author to the next and through time was whose responsibility was being addressed. This paper will examine... ? The Post-War Era, the...
Anxiety
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...anxiety disorder that involves unrealistic tension and worry even in situations where there is nothing to worry about or to provoke anxiety. Symptoms of anxiety disorder include problems while sleeping, dry mouth, heart palpitations, nausea, numbness or tingling in the feet or hand, shortness of breath. Other symptoms include feelings of fear, panic and uneasiness, inability to be still and calm, muscle tension and dizziness. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America(2014), anxiety disorders are the most common mental illnesses in the United States that affects 40 million adults...
Discussion Compilation
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...Age of Enlightenment to the Age of Anxiety History of ideas is a platform that tries toexplain the expressions, preservation, and change of human ideas over the time. The dominant people who contributed to some extend in this intellectual history made the significance of such ideas like history of philosophy, history of science as well as the history of literature (Eder, James and Seth 65). The drift of ideas premiered from the time of the age of enlightenment to the age of anxiety. This saw the flux of ideologies from prominent people like Karl Max, Darwin, Freud, and Immanuel Kant. As such, the enlightenment’s cultural and intellectual trail dominates with the forces... and effects...
Anxiety disorder
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...anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia. Many people may be afraid of scared about certain social aspects. But people with social phobia “become so anxious that performance, if they are not natural performers, such as children playing musical instruments from a young age, is out of the question. In fact, their fear of public scrutiny and potential humiliation becomes so pervasive that normal life can become impossible” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anxiety_Disorder). Another type of anxiety is obsessive compulsive disorder, a disorder that is made up of obsessions and compulsions. For example, “Obsessions are distressing, repetitive,...
Anxiety disorders
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...age groups suffer from OCD but children suffering from this disorder are unable to realize that they are doing something abnormal. OCD has been explained in the following way in the website of NIMH: You may be obsessed with germs or dirt, so you wash your hands over and over. You may be filled with doubt and feel the need to check things repetedly. You may have frequent thoughts of violence, and fear that you may harm people close to you. You may spend long periods touching things or counting; you may be preoccupied with order or symmetry. (Anxiety Disorders section, para. 25) OCD can lead to substance... Anxiety Disorders Anxiety disorders are different kinds of mental illnesses that disrupt...
Math anxiety
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...anxiety. Researchers have conducted several studies to find out the relationship between age and math anxiety; as the results, math anxiety in general score tends to be at a higher level in older students group compared to younger students group (Jameson & Fusco, 2014; Balogu & Kocak, 2006). A study... Math Anxiety Differences in Gender and Majors California Fullerton Math Anxiety Differences in Gender and Majors Currently, Mathematics is an essential subject. An achievement in mathematics, gives an individual an upper hand in acquiring a job than those who may have failed in this subject. However, many individuals have poor performance in mathematics because they are anxious when tackling mathematic...
Anxiety disorders
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...anxiety disorder. The mean age of children in the study had to be less than 18 years of age. van Steensel et al. (2011) found 86 initial studies, and from those studies a total of 31 studies met the criteria. The two diagnostic instruments that were used most often were the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R) instrument and the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-Generic (ADOS-G). Is a semi-structured interview that is conducted with the caregiver or caregivers that has them describe their child’s behavior and their child’s development. There were three behavioral measures for this test: reciprocal social interaction, communication, and restricted and repetitive... ? Anxiety Disorders in...
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...anxiety disorder. The mean age of children in the study had to be less than 18 years of age. van Steensel et al. (2011) found 86 initial studies, and from those studies a total of 31 studies met the criteria. The two diagnostic instruments that were used most often were the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R) instrument and the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-Generic (ADOS-G). Is a semi-structured interview that is conducted with the caregiver or caregivers that has them describe their child’s behavior and their child’s development. There were three behavioral measures for this test: reciprocal social interaction, communication, and restricted and repetitive... Anxiety Disorders in...
Anxiety Disorders
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...anxiety disorders emanates from a various factors combination such as psychological, personal and physical factors, (Hina & Hina, 2010). How people think and respond to situations may influence anxiety, for example some individuals may perceive some conditions as increasingly dangerous, others may have suffered a traumatic experience and they fear their reoccurrence (like terrorist attack). Psychologists suggest that early age experiences may greatly lead to anxiety, while researchers suggest that brain chemistry challenges may lead to anxiety disorder development. Studies... ? ANXIETY DISORDERS Introduction Anxiety disorders It is combination of various mental problems, which victimsfeel very...
Anxiety disorder
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...anxiety disorders Generalized anxiety disorder: This is characterized by intense fear and anxiety that is persistent for more than six months. The fears are associated with irritability, poor concentration, muscle tension, fatigue, sleeplessness, trembling, headaches, sweating and restlessness. People with Generalized anxiety disorder anticipate disaster and usually have much concern about money, problems at work or health and family issues. Severe generalized anxiety disorder interferes with a person’s daily activities and responsibilities. Childhood and middle age are the ages... Anxiety disorders Question Anxiety disorders Specific anxiety...
Anxiety disorder
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...Anxiety disorders influence the mental well being of the individual which could be depicted in behavior and predisposition. However, current epoch witnesses anxiety due to mounting competition and stress in day-to-day pursuits. Mild anxiety at times brings motivation but severe anxiety could be debilitating and influence the individual to a greater extent. About 40 million Americans (~ 18 percent) belonging to the age group of 18 years and above display symptoms of anxiety (Kessler, 2005). Anxiety disorders could be precipitated by environment, prolonged medical condition or it could be hereditary, could be induced by substance abuse such as drug or alcohol or it could be due... ? Running Head: ANXIETY...
Social anxiety
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...anxiety. Individuals living in US aging between 18 and 54 are most commonly affected by this disorder, around 3.7% of the total population which accounts for 5.3 million Americans are said to be experiencing this disease (Kahn, 2001, p.51). Twice the number of women are said... ? Social Anxiety Social Anxiety Introduction Social anxiety is a term used to refer to the anxious behavior exhibited by an individual due to his/her interaction with social environment. An individual is said to be experiencing social anxiety disorder when that individual experiences problems due to social anxiety. Social phobia is a term used to denote the continuous anxious behavior of an individual due to his exchanges with the ...
The main factors of exam-related stress
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...anxiety affects most of the students, no matter their age or gender; the degree of stress, on the other hand, varies greatly, and, excepting the amount of time they have dedicated to study (which is the first and the most obvious anxiety factor), it is greatly related to the student's experience. Unfortunately enough, students are not aware that there are several stress-relieving techniques they could use, and, moreover, nobody seems to have mentioned that to them. While pre-test anxiety can be used in the student's advantage, the anxiety they feel during the test... In order to study the effects of test anxiety, a group of 12 (all Indians) was selected for a questionnaire. The test was structured in...
Concept analysis paper-anxiety
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...Anxiety as a predictor of age at first usage of substances and progression to substance use problems among boys. J Abnormal Child Psychology, 38(2), 211-224. McLaughlin, K. and Hatzenbuehler, M. (2009). Stressful life events, anxiety sensitivity, and internalizing symptoms in adolescents. J Abnormal Psychology, 118(3), 659-669. Nolte, T., Guiney, J., Fonagy, P., Mayes, L. and Luyten, P. (2011). Interpersonal stress regulation and the development of anxiety disorders: An attached-based developmental framework. Front Behavioral Neuroscience, 5, 55. Sartori, B., Landgrat, R. and Singewald, N. (2011). The clinical...
Anxiety Treatment
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...anxiety. This paper seeks to explore the concept of anxiety with regard to adults between the age of 18and 25 and with an interest group of many patients suffering from anxiety attacks (Guilford,2001). Introduction Anxiety which can also be called anger or a state of worry is psychological and is characterized by cognitive, emotional and behavioral factor. The expression of this feeling may be accompanied by concentration problems, fatigue, uneasiness, fear and worry. The feeling can be confused for fear but is entirely different and in the case of failure to compress it turns to disorder. Whereas fear is a real danger and can be concrete, anxiety on the other side is just... ? Integrative Project Part I ...
School Anxiety
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...anxiety as a common anxiety disorder that lasts for at least 4 weeks, among children who are 18 years old and below. This is often believed as the precursor to refuse to go to school, and affects about three fourths of children who are in school entrance age; however, this is sometimes mimicked the symptoms of school refusal. Hence, children who are identified to have refusal to go to school must also be tested for mutism (Bernstein, 2011). On the other hand, separation anxiety among children ages 3 to 4 years of age is considered as developmentally normal. During this stage, they exhibit mild distress... ?Running Head: SCHOOL ANXIETY School Anxiety Springfield College This research is being submitted on ...
Social Anxiety Disorder
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...anxiety and mostly they are agreed that the disorder is a consequence of combination of many factors. Some scientists claim that there is a specific genetic inheritance that may cause the disorder. The examples of young children that suffer from social anxiety, even before their actual interacting with society, prove that indeed genetic disposition can be one of the factors (Biemer 1983). Although, there are a lot of cases when social anxiety appears in older age and psychiatrists claim that it might be a result of certain problems in family that the people used to experience in childhood or a consequence... Social Anxiety Disorder vs. Shyness Despite the fact that social anxiety disorder is quite common ...
Anxiety Research Proposal
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...anxiety symptoms is 40% (Jacoby & Oppenheimer, 2008). It also indicates that the prevalence rate of anxiety in nursing homes is up to 29%. Studies by various researchers have shown that the adversative results of raw anxiety in older patients comprise poor acquiescence with medical usage, recurrent use of therapeutic services and lengthy period of hospitalization for serious homoeopathic illness (First & Tasman 2011). However, the determination of this proposal is to appraise the effects of progressing age on the medical expressions of anxiety ailments, counting their ascendancy, age of inceptions, course comorbidity, functional damage, and their cures... . The conclusion that I will make at...
Anxiety & Depressive Disorders
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...age ranged from 21 to 34 years. The researchers conducted face-to-face interviews with the participants. They also made use of ten-year prospective family study, which was done using longitudinal approach. The researchers also used clinically trained interviewers to administer the DSM-IV Munich composite international diagnostic interview in order to get more evidence for the research. The major outcome measures set by the researchers were cumulative incidence of GAD, depressive disorders, and some anxiety disorders. The results of the research proved that the longitudinal association between depressive disorders and GAD were not different... ?Introduction Before going to summarize an article on anxiety...
Anxiety: A Concept Analysis
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...ANXIETY Anxiety- A concept analysis Anxiety has been the root cause for the birth of majority of the diseases in the world. It has been one of the most researched topics in the healthcare industry as one of the most important components in the rise of the health related problems. It has been one of the most prominent disorders in the people in the modern age. About 15% of the population in the USA suffers from the panic attacks caused by the anxiety. (Barlow, 2002, pp. 1-2; Bourne, 2005, p. 1) The purpose of the paper is to explore this concept of ‘anxiety’ from various angles with special emphasis on the health and cognitive viewpoint. Theories and cases are used to show how this term... Running head:...
A Concept Analysis of Anxiety
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...age at first usage of substances and progression to substance use problems among boys. J Abnormal Child Psychology, 38(2), 211-224. McLaughlin, K. and Hatzenbuehler, M. (2009). Stressful life events, anxiety sensitivity, and internalizing symptoms in adolescents. J Abnormal Psychology, 118(3), 659-669. Nolte, T., Guiney, J., Fonagy, P., Mayes, L. and Luyten, P. (2011). Interpersonal stress regulation and the development of anxiety disorders: An attached-based developmental framework. Front Behavioral Neuroscience, 5, 55. Sartori, B., Landgrat, R. and Singewald, N. (2011). The clinical implications of mouse models of enhanced anxiety. Future Neurology. 6(4), 531-571.... ? A Conceptual Analysis...
Anxiety disorder Essay
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...age, and cause significant distress or impairment. A distinguishing feature of SAD is that the child's anxiety is alleviated when with parents, whereas in other anxiety disorders, the presence of an attachment figure has minimal effect on symptom presentation. In the middle school age group, the prevalence of SAD is 3 to 5%. Children who met full diagnostic criteria for SAD compared with those with subclinical or nonclinical status were... Anxiety Disorder: Approach to a who has been Diagnosed with Anxiety Disorder: A Counselor's Views Introduction Anxiety disorders are one ofthe most prevalent categories of psychopathology in the school children. These disorders are common, especially in school going...
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
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...age. The symptoms of general anxiety disorder also fluctuate; and they also differ from person to person but generally a few emotional and physical behaviors are shared in common with all people suffering from general anxiety disorder. Emotional symptoms include that a person excessively gets tensed and worried and this effect is very long lasting. The person feels as if he... ? General Anxiety Disorder General anxiety disorder is a type of anxiety disorder which includes prolonged tension and worry about everyday things. Everyone gets worried but if the person continues to worry unnecessarily about everyday things to the extent that his performance gets affected and he is unable to properly function and ...
Social Anxiety Report - Linear Regression
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...anxiety is one of the disorders that have derailed the development of many young people. Many studies have been carried out to determine ways in managing this disorder. This paper tries to ascertain the linear relationship that exist between social anxiety and other factors such as age, gender, own relationship, friends, social media, grade number, grade score, rural/urban background, number of siblings and parent relationship status. The study revealed that not all these factors have linear relationship with social anxiety score. Some factors affected social anxiety in a negative way while others...
Generalized anxiety disorder
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...ages, children and middle age groups have a higher risk in experiencing GAD. (Robins and Regier, 1991) For this study, the researcher will examine the possible causes of GAD followed by determining its common symptoms. Eventually, the researcher will discuss the available treaments for GAD. Prior to the conclusion, the researcher will provide some recommendations on how a person could avoid experiencing GAD. About GAD A generalized anxiety disorder is normally characterized with chronic anxiety or exaggerated worry or tension. (Haines, 2005) In the process, people who are going through GAD are normally restless, easily fatigue and irritable... Generalized Anxiety Disorder Table of Contents I....
Social Anxiety Report - Linear Regression
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...anxiety is one of the disorders that have derailed the development of many young people. Many studies have been carried out to determine ways in managing this disorder. This paper tries to ascertain the linear relationship that exist between social anxiety and other factors such as age, gender, own relationship, friends, social media, grade number, grade score, rural/urban background, number of siblings and parent relationship status. The study revealed that not all these factors have linear relationship with social anxiety score. Some factors affected social anxiety in a negative way while others...
Anxiety
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...anxiety than men? Are women likely to experience anxiety than men? Introduction Anxiety is defined by Khan et al (2007) as a status of fretfulness, nervousness, worry, ambiguity and trepidation originating from expectation of a rational or even an illusory experience that could be threatening. This kind of nervousness habitually weakens physical and psychosomatic performance in individuals. Though both men and women are at risk of anxiety, it is higher in women than in men. In a conventional perspective, there has always been a collectively supposed conception that women are more emotional as compared to men. For this reason, an array of methodical investigations have... Are women likely to experience...
Anxiety of a Preoperative Patient
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...Anxiety of a Preoperative Patient Introduction It has been known that impending surgery is a stressful event for a patient who is waiting in the preoperative area in an emergency surgical unit. This has been evidenced to trigger specific emotional, cognitive, and physiological responses in such patients. The patient demonstrates anxiety both physiologically and verbally, and the patient reported anxiety is usually a good measure of the extent of stress suffered by these presurgical patients. The amount of reported anxiety usually depends on gender and age of the patient and the motives of the surgery....
Respond to the following questions from the perspective of a Saudi Arabian representative from the cabinet of Ibn Saud, circa 1938.
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...Age of Anxiety” Explain in a concise paragraph what has happened in your country in the last 20-30 years. What larger international trends are present in this history? The last 20-30 years is an important part of the history of my country; this period stood witness to different events that lead to the founding of our country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. By 1916, at the onset of World War 1 and with support from the allies, most of the Arabian tribes of the peninsula waged a war of independence against the Ottoman Empire (Al-Rasheed 41). By 1902, our king Abdul-Aziz bin Saud returned from exile and started to unite the different Arabian tribes under his leadership... The Cabinet of Bin Saud and the...
Respond to the following questions from the perspective of a Saudi Arabian representative from the cabinet of Ibn Saud, circa 19
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...Age of Anxiety” Explain in a concise paragraph what has happened in your countryin the last 20-30 years. What larger international trends are present in this history? The last 20-30 years is an important part of the history of my country; this period stood witness to different events that lead to the founding of our country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. By 1916, at the onset of World War 1 and with support from the allies, most of the Arabian tribes of the peninsula waged a war of independence against the Ottoman Empire (Al-Rasheed 41). By 1902, our king Abdul-Aziz bin Saud returned from exile and started to unite the different Arabian tribes under his leadership... ? The Cabinet of Bin Saud and the “Age ...
Anxiety and depression
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...Anxiety and Depression The article "Friendship Ties in the Church and Depressive Symptoms: Exploring Variations by Age" tries to examine the relationship between friends in the church and depressive symptoms (Swenson, 2008). It has three hypotheses in which it attempts to relate age, church-going and stress or depression levels. The data provided by the nationwide study reveals that older people do not have more friends in the church as compared to the young people. It shows that having friends in the church reduces depression levels amongst the adults only (Swenson, 2008). My reaction to the findings is supportive. Old people are few in churches due to massive push or roles they have... and...
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...Age of Anxiety, it is necessary to examine the events of World War One. This war began in June, 1914, with the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, the Archduke of Austria, by Serbian nationalists. The conflict ended on November 11, 1918, two days after the abdication of Kaiser Wilhelm 2nd. Russia, Britain, France, Japan, Italy and the U.S. were allied against Germany and Turkey. This was the first time that a war raged in some form across the entire globe. New technologies of war, including the German U-boat, the airplane and the zeppelin (used by the Germans to attack Britain) were introduced. Trench warfare was the norm, and soldiers were pitted against one another... ? In order to understand the Age of...
Exploring gender difference in social anxiety
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...age group differences in social anxiety or social phobia. The gender variance is understudied comparing to the other variables. My study is an attempt to fill this gap. Bringing information to this void will help bridge the gap between the lack of knowledge between gender differences in this field. First of all, it explores gender roles of men and women in terms of social anxiety. In their classic piece of “Doing Gender”, Candace West and Don H. Zimmerman (1987) argued that human beings are engaged in displays that signal others through interaction of who is a man and who is a woman all the time. In other words, gender is omni-relavent... Term Paper In the Field of Psychology In Partial Fulfillment of...
Genral anxiety disorder
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...ANXIETY DISORDER Introduction People with generalized anxiety disorder, which is additionally alluded to as GAD, experience misrepresented stress and pressure, frequently wanting the most noticeably awful, actually when there is no obvious explanation behind concern. They foresee fiasco and are excessively worried about cash, wellbeing, family, work, or different issues. GAD is diagnosed when an individual stresses exorbitantly over a mixture of regular issues for no less than 6 months. Sometimes simply the prospect of traversing the day produces nervousness. They dont know how to stop the stress cycle and feel it is outside their ability to control, despite the fact that they normally... GENERALISED...
How is Social Anxiety Disorder different from shyness?
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...anxiety disorder is where someone is chronically afraid of specific situations. Social anxiety disorder symptoms appear at an early stage in life. For instance, it is estimated that at least eighty percent of people suffering from the disease usually start experiencing symptoms by the time they attain the age of 20 years (Bandelow, Dan & Stein, 2004). Symptoms associated with social anxiety disorder are categories into three categories which are behavioral aspects, physiological aspects, and cognitive aspects. Cognitive symptoms of the disorder is where someone has the fear of how they will be presented to others. Symptoms include high self attention during any social activity and being self...
Trait anxiety between gifted and nongifted students
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...anxiety is considered. Any feeling or expression must be in a controllable place otherwise too much is too bad. A significant difference is being found after the test conducted between gifted and the regular students in their levels of anxiety. The numbers of students as many as 112 students were selected for the test where half of them were admitted in regular school and the other half in exceptional talented school. The age of the students was ranging from 16 to 17 in the high school. Studying the behavior of students as subjects the following data... Anxiety Test The thesis is to describe and to trace out the differences of traits between the gifted personalities and the non gifted personalities. The ...
Behavioral Treatment Programs for Social Anxiety Disorder
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...anxieties and is just as effective as in vivo. It is also a more cost-effective method. This group of researchers acknowledged that this experiment was somewhat limited as people who were suffering social anxiety disorders could be exposed to more extreme social situations that are completed in vivo (Bouchard, S., et. al, 2011). When it comes to social anxiety disorder in adolescents, many other treatment programs are available. Many of these focus on prevention and intervention so that it is combated at an earlier age so they will have less of a struggle in adulthood or for a lifespan. Many of these, as previously discussed, result... ?Running head: Data for Social Anxiety Treatment Effectiveness...
Behavioral treatment programs for social anxiety disorder
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...anxieties and is just as effective as in vivo. It is also a more cost-effective method. This group of researchers acknowledged that this experiment was somewhat limited as people who were suffering social anxiety disorders could be exposed to more extreme social situations that are completed in vivo (Bouchard, S., et. al, 2011). When it comes to social anxiety disorder in adolescents, many other treatment programs are available. Many of these focus on prevention and intervention so that it is combated at an earlier age so they will have less... Running head: Data for Social Anxiety Treatment Effectiveness Behavioral Treatment Programs for Social Anxiety Disorder School Affiliation Abstract This paper...
The effects of Mindful Based Stress Reduction on Anxiety Disorders
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...anxiety disorders. More specifically, this research study will focus upon the impact of such practices on younger population i.e.. people aging between 20 years and 30 years of age group. Methods The population for this study will be based upon a young individuals falling into the age bracket of 20-30 years. For the purpose of this study, however, a sample of 15 individuals will be drawn from the identified population. The independent variable will be the mindful stress reduction whereas the dependent variable will be our sample... Introduction Mindfulness is considered as an aspect of our consciousness believed to have power to promote our well-being. Goldin & Gross assesses the impact of Mindfulness...
Analyzing Psychological Disorders: Schizophrenia, Anxiety and Anorexia
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...Anxiety and Anorexia It is widely appreciated that the brain and the nervous system control the behavior of a person; the link between biology and psychological disorders. Understanding of this area of study known as biopsychology is important in understanding the biological basis of psychological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and drug-induced psychoses, ultimately resulting in application to treat these diseases. One of the most common neurobiological diseases is schizophrenia, a condition with numerous data gaps although it has been known for a long time. For such an important disorder... ?Running Head: ANALYZING PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS Analyzing Psychological Disorders: Schizophrenia, Anxiety...
Anxiety, Panic, PTSD and Dissociative Disorder
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...Anxiety, Panic, PTSD, and Dissociative Disorders. To understand the development of the above subject matter, gender disparities and cultural influence must be included in the study to realize the best treatment. According to data reviewed by Ditlevsen, D., & Elklit, A., there is the difference in lifespan distribution of PSTD, anxiety, panic and dissociative disorder among men and women. Women have higher prevalence than men considering minor group between 25 to 50yrs of age. The above study will aid in improving individual coping strategies and progression in treatment methods. On the other hand, Cultural influences effect on how an individual... Anxiety, Panic, PTSD and Dissociative Disorder...
Relationship between Academic performance, pulse rate, and the cognitive test anxiety
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...anxieties do not affect a particular age group and is universal. Its intensity however differs from one person to another but it cannot be ruled out that some percentage of anxiety is felt by each and everybody. Our bodies and minds are well synchronized and what affects the mind shows its impact on the body in some way or the other. Physiological changes include changes in heart rate and pulse rate, perspiration etc. However, the anxiety before the test not only has a physiological impact but is primarily important since... of The paper s name Tests, exams and interviews have always given most people the jitters; in fact any situation where our abilities are tested is frightening for most of us. Test an...
In pregnancy what is the effect of anxiety on postpartum depression
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...Anxiety Four hundred post-partum women were divided into two study groups; aged 16-43. A high risk pregnancy group and a normal risk pregnancy group. The Beck depression inventory was used to measure symptoms of depression. To assess the symptoms of anxiety the Spielberger Standard test was used. Symptoms of depression and anxiety were much higher in those with high risk pregnancies, though anxiety was more prevalent in both groups. Results of this study closely matched those of the previous study in that anxiety was suffered most commonly in high risk pregnancies possibly due to maternal hormones and the stressors of higher risk factors. This study... In Pregnancy What Is the Effect of Anxiety on...
Effect of social anxiety on autobiographical memories of friendship experiences
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...aged between 19 to 27 years of age and sourced from the undergraduate population at a higher institution of learning. These participants were categorized as high anxious (HA), low anxious (LA) and non anxious (NA) based on the shorter version of Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale as developed by Bendig (TMAS; Bendig, 1956). In this Taylor Manifest Anxiety... ? Effect of Social Anxiety On Autobiographical Memories Of Friendship Experiences 0 Introduction 1.1 Introduction Social anxiety which entails emotional and social apprehension, fear and discomfort in socially interactive relations (Heidenreich, Junghanns-Royack, and Stangier, 2007) is one of the most common anxiety disorders faced by a wide array of...
Evaluating the Case for Differential Diagnosis between Anxiety Disorders and Attachment
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...anxiety symptoms in an individual. This was on the basis of results from research carried put among chronically ill and healthy children. The results illustrated that children who reported avoidant attachment, garnered high scores as pertained to internalizing their problems compared to the children who had ambivalent attachment. By the age of 7 years, children who had avoidant attachment compared to their secure counterparts were able to display internalizing symptoms. Bearing in mind that the research was conducted among children who might have been undergoing stressors like the chronically ill children, this may have contributed... ? Evaluating the Case for Differential Diagnosis between Anxiety...
The Disorder of Anxiety - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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...Anxiety: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) The Disorder of Anxiety: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) All the people experience some kind of anxiety on many occasions during their life span. When anxiety crosses certain limits, it is often labeled as a psychological problem. In other words mild anxiety is normal whereas intense anxiety is a psychological disorder. The reasons for anxiety can be different among different people. Some people may have genuine reasons for anxiety whereas others develop anxiety even for silly reasons. There are plenty of cases in which a person develops anxiety after a traumatic experience. Such anxiety disorders are often referred as Post... ? The Disorder of...
Select one of the childhood disorders (Anxiety disorder) studied in the secont half of this module and critically examine the implications for development
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...Anxiety Disorder is caused because of stressful conditions faced by the mother while she is pregnant. These children show increased signs of anxiety at the age of 5 years and 6 months (Martin et al., 1999). This usually happens because of gene transmission from the stressed mother to the developing embryo. Moreover if the mother is stressed she would not be able to take proper care of the child and this would lead to anxiety disorder in the child. Another type of Separation Anxiety Disorder occurs when... AR Anxiety Disorder in Children 4/15 Anxiety Disorders in Children Anxiety can be defined as a set of psychological and physiological conditions which may arise in any individual because of disturbances ...
Effect of social anxiety on negative and positive autobiographical memories of friendship experiences
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...Anxiety Scale to allow them to be divided into two groups, high social anxiety and low social anxiety. They then filled in an Autobiographical Memories Questionnaire for positive and negative memories for three time periods in their life, ages 8 to 10, 12 to 14, and 16 to 18. Four aspects of memory were examined: vividness, sharing, visual perspective and emotional perspective. The study found a significant relationship between autobiographical memory and social anxiety. However the direction of this relationship was confounding due to interactions between social anxiety group and age of the memory... ? Effect of Social Anxiety on Negative and Positive Autobiographical Memories of Friendship Experiences...
Critically access the value of qualitative research on effectiveness of psychoanalysis counselling for anxiety disorder.
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...Anxiety Disorder Literature Review Overview Mental disorder is one of the most common forms of health disorder in the present day scenario. The number of people dealing with mental disorder has augmented significantly over the years, which further made the global healthcare sector to face numerous challenges. Amongst the various mental disorders that prevail in the present day scenario, anxiety disorder amid individuals is deemed to be quite extensively prevalent. Anxiety disorder is a particular health complication wherein individuals are expected to encounter with fear and distress, phobia... and panic among others (Academia, 2002). Anxiety must be dealt in initial phases...
Critically analyse the use of ICD10 and DSM-4 in relation to Anxiety
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...age at the onset of psychiatric symptoms. The Fourth Step is determination of the specific primary disorder through the decision trees in the DSM-IV together with the diagnostic Criteria Charts. International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-10) This system adopts a broader category of neurotic, stress-related, and somatoform disorders that includes all the conditions specified under the DSM-IV as well as other disorders that are not considered as anxiety disorders under the DSM-IV. Under this classification, there is the phobic anxiety disorders that include Agoraphobia that may be either without... ?Introduction Anxiety disorder is a term used by mental health...
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