fear level

fear level

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the severity of manifested apprehension, tension, or uneasiness arising from an identifiable source. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Meanwhile, the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) or the fear level climbed over 77% last week.
1) In comparison to boys, girls showed higher fear level concerning whole study.
Pump-up the fear level in one outbreak, while backing it off a bit in another conflict (such as Pakistan's tribal region) which threatened to boil over.
After completing the challenges, they can rate their fear level to see how it compares with others'.
The document consists of recording the action, the thought that came with it, the accompanying anxiety or fear level, and the resulting ritual.
In it, Sanchez approved several methods designed for "significantly increasing the fear level in a detainee.
This may help to explain why the fear level for the girls in the present study stayed elevated in year 12, compared with the boys.
Whether or not the predicted Y2K problems occur to the extent that some predict, the fear level will increase, particularly since personal and corporate records and financial resources are involved.
In this study, as the Akerlof and Dickens' (1982) model, equation (2), was not designed to evaluate q = 0,(1) a modification of their model was proposed expressing the fear level as the difference rather than the ratio of perceived to actual risk ([q.
They experience significant conflicts over wanting to provide compassionate care while their own fear level is increasing.
Investigate allegations thoroughly and fairly "rather than stay at the mystery and fear level," warns Curry-Swann.
Washington, April 12 ( ANI ): Humans' fear level toward threats may be determined by the typical size of our social circles, a new study has revealed.