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  • Adaptive Perfectionism Among College Students

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    The race for perfectionism has, no doubt, made us humans more competitive than we used to be. Along with the desire to win comes the anxiety as well. A lot of times it is easy to underestimate the power of anxiety on ones’ ability to function well. Previous studies have shown that anxiety along with perfectionism leads to low performance (e.g., Guignard, Jacquet, & Lubart, 2012; KoUn & Rice, 2011; Pirbaglou, Cribbie, Irvine, Radhu, Vora, & Ritvo, 2013). Adaptive perfectionism happens when students

  • Math Anxiety And Math Motivation

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    together to create a study that tested the effects of math anxiety and math motivation on the level of math learning that an individual is capable of. The main discovery of their research showed that young adolescent twins and adult college students showed inverted U-relations between math anxiety and math performance when subjects had high intrinsic math motivation (Wang et al. 2015). There were negative associations between math anxiety and math performance when they had low intrinsic math motivation

  • Stress And Stress

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    relationship between anxiety and self-esteem. One study examined how two treatments, eye movement desensitization (EMDR) and competitive memory training (COMET) help decrease low self-esteem in anxiety disorders. The rationale for this study is that based on previous research is that there is not much information on the relationship between and treating low self-esteem in people who have anxiety (Staring et al., 2016). The researchers hypothesized that EMDR would decrease negative self-esteem and that

  • China 's National Strategy Of Hiv / Aids Prevention Programs

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    Background   After being overlooked by the China 's national strategy of HIV/AIDS prevention, the group of men who have sex with men (MSM) has attracted much attention in the latest decade. In the year 2008, the Ministry of Health officially announced that gay men would be one of the targeted groups in HIV/AIDS prevention programs, as part of its national health initiatives[[1] AFP (2008, February 20) China launches first anti-AIDS drive for gay men: state media. Retrieved September 21,2015, from

  • Literature Review On Anxiety Disorders

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    Cath, D.C., Schoorl M., Engelhard, I.M., & Korrelboom, C.W. (2016). Self-esteem treatment in anxiety: a randomized controlled crossover trial of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (emdr) versus competitive memory training (comet) in patients with anxiety disorders. Behavior Research and Therapy. (82). 11-20. (b) a. The overall topic is to examine how two treatments (EMDR and COMET) help decrease low self-esteem in anxiety disorders. The rationale for this study is that based on previous

  • Anxiety And Self Esteem

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    Anxiety and Self-esteem are factors that are part of many individuals’ everyday lives. Anxiety is the constant distress, worry, and fear of everyday conditions or situations, while, self-esteem is the way a person evaluates, feels, or view about themselves. Studying anxiety and self-esteem are important because they may influence people’s lives, such as their actions, responses to either their internal or external environments, emotions, decisions, or relationships with themselves and or other people

  • Oxytocin Research Paper

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    Oxytocin reduces cortisol levels, anxiety, and amygdala activation during the social stress test (e.g. Heinrichs, Baumgartner, Kirschbaum, & Ehlert, 2003; Kirsch et al., 2005). Moreover, it enhances emotion recognition and interpersonal trust (Domes, Heinrichs, Michel, Berger & Herpertz,

  • Music And Semantics Influence The Emotions Perceived Perception Of Visual Stimuli

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    played during the rating of the faces. This experiment will also aim to study how participants empathy and state trait levels will change the way that the music/words effects their rating of primed neutral faces. The time that the participants take to rate each face will also be measured as a reaction time to see if the mood induced by the music will have any effect on the time it takes to assess each face. If this study can dissociate the effects of music and semantics on the rating of faces then

  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder ( Ptsd )

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    Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a debilitating psychiatric disorder that may occur in some people following a traumatic event. PTSD and depression often coexist due to the similar characteristics of PTSD and depression as well as the nature of a traumatic event inducing PTSD as well as depressive symptoms per DSM-5 guidelines. PTSD has been noted to coexist with diabetes as well in several research studies. The etiology, prevalence, and symptoms of PTSD, depression and PTSD associated with

  • Helicopter Parenting And Its Influence On Children 's Life

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    Helicopter parenting has gained increasing awareness in popular media, academic literature, and the general population. For example, recently, several popular parenting books have raised awareness about parental over-involvement and how it may be associated with negative outcomes. The term “helicopter parent” was first used in a famous parenting book, Parents & Teenagers by Dr. Haim Ginott in 1969, by teenagers who described their parents as “hovering over them”, like a helicopter. This term refers