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Social anxiety and alcohol use: examining the relationships among social anxiety, anxiety sensitivity, and alcohol-related variables
Socially anxious undergraduates tend to report more alcohol-related problems despite consuming less alcohol than non-anxious counterparts. The present study aimed to clarify this paradox by examining the roles of anxiety ...
Exercise and anxiety sensitivity: an examination of dose response, credibility, expectancy, and perceived effort
Despite ongoing research examining exercise and its anxiolytic effects (Petruzello, Landers, Hatfield, Kubitz, & Salazar, 1991), our understanding of this relationship is limited. The present study evaluated the effects ...
Examining the efficacy of a cognitive behavioural intervention in reducing anxiety sensitivity and functional impairment in chronic pain patients
Comorbid psychological factors affect the experience and prognosis of chronic pain, as comorbidity is associated with poor treatment outcomes and greater levels of disability (Burns, Johnson, Mahoney, Devine, & Pawl, 1998; ...
The role of intolerance of uncertainty in social anxiety: interpretation of ambiguous social information
The existence of intolerance of uncertainty (IU) about ambiguous social information in individuals with social anxiety has only recently begun to be explored by researchers, whereas the cognitive mechanisms whereby IU might ...