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    Literature review – Anxiety and Depression in the Workplace

    Emotional concerns in the workplace are a considerable loss to employee’s health and welfare. They slow down the performance of employee and so they are harmful to the organisational well-being as well. This literature review would put forward a concise introduction on the two frequently occurring emotional concerns in the workplace: anxiety and depression. Anxiety […] More

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    What is the Beck Anxiety Inventory

    The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI), created by Dr. Aaron T. Beck and other colleagues, is a 21-question multiple-choice self-report inventory that is used for measuring the severity of an individual’sanxiety. The BAI consists of twenty-one questions about how the subject has been feeling in the last month, expressed as common symptoms of anxiety (such as […] More

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    Discuss the relationship between stress, anxiety, habits and phobias and describe how you can treat these issues with hypnotherapy

    “Discuss the relationship between stress, anxiety, habits and phobias and describe how you would treat these issues with hypnotherapy” Stress & anxiety, phobias & habits, these are all symptoms many of us have experienced at some point in our life. From the child strapped in a buggy frustrated with the mother’s shopping trip, relieving the […] More

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    Anxiety and Depression in Adolescence: A Social Problem

    1. Introduction Anxiety and depression in adolescence has become an increasing issue in society as time has progressed. Rates of high school students who qualify for the criteria that meet a mental disorder are 6-8 times higher than the same age group in the 1960’s. A test given to high school students over the years […] More

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    Anxiety, stress and burnout in nursing

    Anxiety, stress and burnout in nursing is a significant issue, which affects many nurses during their professional career (McVicar, 2003). Graduate nurses transitioning from university education to a hospital setting face additional causes of stress and new challenges at this time and require accommodating measures such as a supportive work environment (Chang & Hancock, 2003). […] More

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    Second language anxiety

    In formal researches, foreign language anxiety has clearly been shown to have a negative effect on performance in the foreign language classroom (Aida, 1994; Horwitz, Horwitz, & Cope, 1986; MacIntyre & Gardner, 1991). However, Sparks and Ganschow (1991) have argued to the contrary that, rather than affective factors such as motivation, anxiety or attitude, and […] More

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    SELF ESTEEM & SOCIAL ANXIETY

    Self Esteem and Social Anxiety The study searched measures of self- esteem and social anxiety using self-report. Social Anxiety Disorder is someone who has the fear of being social with anyone or anything, said (Rasmussen and Pidgeon, 2011). Low self-esteem is a cause of Social Anxiety Disorder. Research stated that there is evidence that individual’s […] More

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    Anxiety Management and the Elite Athlete

    Exercise/Sport Science Introduction        IntroductionThe ability in managing anxiety and pressure is an integrated section in sport science, most importantly within the elite athletes. Over the ages sport science researchers have been on the move to bring out a clear line between performance and anxiety in the field of athletics. This article is […] More