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A continuacion, en cuarto lugar, se examinaron las puntuaciones medias en las subescalas del STAI en funcion del sexo y la edad.
The same was true when anxiety levels were evaluated by both sections of the STAI, but these differences did not reach statistical significance.
The last 1/2 hrs of the 2nd phase was meant for the 3rd blood sampling, 3rd test of IC on various memory/attention tasks and answering of the Big Five Trait questionnaire, and STAI.
2003) found that higher scores on the Body Attitude Test (BAT) correlated with higher scores on both the STAI and Self-Rating Depression Scale, suggesting that those who suffer from eating disorders also experience negative appreciation of body size, unfamiliarity with their bodies, and general body dissatisfaction, and, therefore, have high trait anxiety.
The STAI is a self-report assessment device that consists of separate measures for state and trait anxiety, respectively.
The state portion of the STAI was used in order to identify whether the participants reported a change in anxiety level post intervention compared to pre intervention.
State and trait anxiety measured by the STAI (Spielberger 1983) had no significant correlations with measures of interrogative suggestibility either.
NOTES: BDI = Beck Depression Inventory (Beck & Steer, 1993); STAI = State-Trait Anxiety Index (Spielberger, Gorsuch, Lushene, Vagg, & Jacobs, 1983); IES = Impact of Events Scale (Horowitz, Wilner, & Alvarez, 1979); BI = Belief Inventory (Jehu, Gazan, & Klassen, 1985).
The STAI consists of 20 items rated on a 5-point Likert scale.
This exercise revealed a significant positive correlation for high-QED subjects between ESP hits on Run 1 (ESP[1]) and the STAI, [r.
b) Trait STAI scores were significantly improved from weeks 4-8 for both curcumin and placebo groups