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stare

(stār),
1. To look intently or fixedly.
2. An intent gaze.
[A.S. starian]

stare

(stār) [AS. starian]
To gaze fixedly at anyone or anything.
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The group presenting high STAI trait anxiety scores, as compared to the 'low' group, recognized faces of happiness, anger, and fear significantly better ([t.
calismamizda spinal anestezi STAI puan ortalamasi 53, genel anestezi ortalamasi 47 tespit edilerek STAI puan ortalamasi spinal anestezi grubunda anlamli oranda yiiksek bulundu.
Third, in order to study the sources of convergent validity we only used the STAI that in fact evaluates the same anxiety problematic.
The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory-Form Y-1 is a 20 item self-report subscale of the STAI designed to measure state anxiety, i.
Callaghan, Cheung, Yao, and Chan (1998) used the Chinese STAI to study the effect of preoperative education for Chinese men having transurethral resection of the prostate.
The STAI Questionnaire was tedious, somewhat repetitive, and upsetting for some, especially those with new cancer diagnoses.
State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI trait, STAI state; Spielberger et al.
After the subjects had filled in the STAI and questionnaire completely in the waiting rooms, CPI assessment was done in clinic prior to the periodontal treatment.
Initial correlations between the APS-R subscales, STAI Trait Anxiety subscale, and WOC-R subscales were conducted and are listed in Table 1.
Concretamente, el STAI es un autoinforme ampliamente utilizado en la literatura para la evaluacion de la ansiedad rasgo y la ansiedad estado en poblacion general y clinica, siendo asimismo uno de los mas utilizados por los psicologos espanoles (Muniz y Fernandez-Hermida, 2011).
Patients in Group 2 received all of their information from the surgeon; the VAS and the STAI forms were completed by the surgeon.
Results: The participants with CBS exhibited higher levels of anxiety than did those without CBS on both the STAI and GHQ surveys, but this difference did not reach statistical significance.