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The interactive effects of intensity and direction of cognitive and somatic anxiety and self-confidence upon performance.
More than half of the patients who had no psychiatric diagnoses chose at least one item on HAM-A scales which were anxious mood, tension, cognitive difficulties, insomnia, depressed mood, somatic anxiety, cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal and autonomic symptoms and, we also observed that obese patients without a psychiatric diagnosis noted some levels of anxiety scores.
Results of this study show the inability of the SAS variables of cognitive worry and somatic anxiety to significantly predict BRM performance among Stryker Brigade Soldiers.
physical symptoms and 6 percent was due to treatment of somatic anxiety,
Somatic anxiety items are numbers 2, 5, 8, 11, 14 (reverse), 17, 20, 23, and 26.
Although the goal profile analysis presupposes interaction, to improve power a polynomial multiple regression analysis (Aiken & West, 1991) was conducted to evaluate the relative contributions of gender, task orientation, and ego orientation in the prediction of concentration disruption, worry, and somatic anxiety.
These items include depressed mood, guilt, work and activities, psychic anxiety, somatic anxiety, somatic general, and suicide.
Finally, since both these models hypothesize that individuals with greater perceptions of control in stressful sport situations perceive the anxiety as facilitating and show differences in cardiac activity from those who see the situation as a threat, it was predicted that hardiness will successfully predict anxiety and self-confidence intensity, anxiety direction and frequency, and peak heart rate, and directional cognitive and somatic anxiety will predict heart rate in all jumpers prior to plane exit.
Somatic anxiety was conceptualized as the perception of one's physiological arousal.
For example, Parfitt and Pates (1999) showed that increase in somatic anxiety is associated with increase in anaerobic power.
In the pooled analysis, among Cymbalta-treated patients, 48 percent of improvement in global functioning was from improvements in psychic anxiety, while 9 percent was from improvements in painful physical symptoms and 7 percent was from improvements in somatic anxiety associated with GAD.