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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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Consistent with other sport literature, Chamberlain and Hale (2007) found a negative relationship between cognitive anxiety and golf performance, while a U-shaped curvilinear relationship existed between somatic anxiety and performance.
Maternal anxiety was measured using the Crown-Crisp Experiential Index, which provided a specific indicator of somatic anxiety via responses to questions including, "Are you troubled by dizziness or shortness of breath?" "Do you experience a tingling or prickling sensation in your body, arms, or legs?" "Have you felt that you may faint, feel sick, or have indigestion?" and "Do you experience extra sweating?" The response options to each question were "never," "sometimes," "often," or "very often."
An increase in the magnitude of the relationship in block 2 was observed when somatic anxiety was inserted in the model ([F.sub.(2,64)] = 37.25; Wilks' Lambda = 0.89; [R.sup.2] = 0.36; p = 0.001).
No correlation was found in the present study between HRV and the pre-competitive anxiety, considering the scales of cognitive and somatic anxiety, and self-confidence in the three dimensions investigated (intensity, frequency, and direction).
Since the current study found that athletes with an intellectual disability experience similar levels of somatic anxiety states when compared to elite-level Olympic athletes, it makes sense to study the effectiveness of treatment regimens like Progressive Muscle Relaxation, Diaphragmatic Breathing, and Biofeedback that have already been successfully used to treat somatic anxiety in other performance domains (Haney, 2004).
Somatic anxiety was associated with MSDs in both female and male tobacco processing workers.
In this study, a MIMIC model was used to perform a multiple regression of the three SAS-2 factors on gender, age, language and type of sport to compare group means and determine the relative effects of these variables on the factors of somatic anxiety, worry, and concentration disruption.
The characteristic difference between anxiety states with endocrine etiology and psychological etiology is the presence, in the foreground, of symptoms of somatic anxiety in endocrine patients who often do not show symptoms of subjective psychic anxiety.
However, a parametric test was used to examine the differences of cognitive and somatic anxiety among different age groups.
Dhooge, "Tinnitus severity and its association with cognitive and somatic anxiety: a critical study," European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, vol.
It could be agitation, psychic anxiety, and somatic anxiety. The prevalence of depression with anxiety is about 14-18% in general population.
The most common symptom was depressed mood (100%) followed by difficulty in work and activities (98%), psychic anxiety (97%), and somatic anxiety (93%).