01 with social anxiety, uncontrollability
and risk, cognitive confidence and suppression with P<0.
OVERTON, Pseudospectral components and the distance to uncontrollability
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Thus, from a strict attributional point of view, failure and uncontrollability
are not synonymous: Failure is a subset of uncontrollability
involving bad outcomes.
Regaining a sense of mastery over their symptoms can help to modify the sense of uncontrollability
experienced by those with both PTSD and chronic pain as described in the Triple Vulnerability model of PTSD and chronic pain.
When old frameworks of thought fray, and believers' relationships to the past are disturbed, Christian hope enables church members to find new expression for "the uncontrollability
of God" in the emerging social imaginary.
As Vielva and Iraurgi, (2002) point out, a response indicating external control, is different than a response indicating uncontrollability
He prized the individual conscience, freedom of thought, the uncontrollability
of human expression beyond anything else.
For example, EA correlates with measures of anxiety and depression, and increased feelings of panic and perceived uncontrollability
in response to an induction of acute emotional distress (Feldner, Zvolensky, Eifert & Spira, 2003).
What appears to trouble Stowe so much about this group is its rootlessness and uncontrollability
Stressful and traumatic experiences that lead to perceptions of life threat, uncontrollability
, and helplessness are more likely to precipitate growth.
The magnitude and uncontrollability
of sexual dangerousness purportedly endemic to the recidivist reassures that the recidivist embodies sexual harm itself, is its exclusive, endlessly absorbing repository.
They cautioned the Maoists about the uncontrollability
of the protests.