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(psychiatry) a relatively permanent state of worry and nervousness occurring in a variety of mental disorders, usually accompanied by compulsive behavior or attacks of panic

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As the findings of the present study suggested, somatic and cognitive anxiety can be regarded as one of the negative aspects of perfectionism and is attributed specifically to the negative reactions and individuals' imperfections.
A significant main effect for trials for Cognitive Anxiety occurred, F(2,40)=5.
The second purpose of the study was to compare the utility of the dichotomous and 2 x 2 models in predicting enjoyment and cognitive anxiety in sport.
Path analysis examining relationships among cognitive anxiety, somatic anxiety, state confidence, performance expectations, and golf performance.
There is no significant difference between the level of cognitive anxiety and self confidence among elite and non-elite badminton players in Iran (P [greater than or equal to] 0.
A sample cognitive anxiety question is, "I am concerned about this competition".
Results of study showed, in experimental group 1 after 8-week, cognitive anxiety decreased significantly (P < 0.
1990) have confirmed that cognitive anxiety impairs performance significantly more than does somatic anxiety, so the significant reduction in cognitive anxiety for MST compared to placebo or control lugers has important performance enhancement implications.
Statistically significant but low relationships were also found between mastery climate and self-confidence intensity, cognitive anxiety interpretation, and somatic anxiety interpretation.
Cognitive anxiety intensity had a stronger relationship with negative self-talk (r = .
Officials have been shown to exhibit significantly more cognitive anxiety before games than after (Burke, Joyner, Pim, & Czech, 2000).
Cognitive anxiety is a mental response to competitive stress, where somatic anxiety is expressed in physical symptoms.
Results showed less cognitive anxiety for the novice group and all three groups showed no difference for somatic anxiety.
The remaining four players showed a somewhat more irregular pattern of variability, for example #1 who was labeled as High on Cognitive Anxiety and Self-Confidence, but as Low on Somatic Anxiety.
In this study the modified CSAI-2, cognitive anxiety and somatic anxiety scales were used.
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