The root of the problem, he eventually realized, was fear the powerful, anticipatory anxiety
that can overwhelm a hypervigilant officer or cause a motorist to behave in ways that arouse suspicion, leading to a violent encounter.
* anticipatory anxiety
of contamination (eg, germs, illness)
PAS measures panic attacks, agoraphobia, anticipatory anxiety
, disability, and worries among panic attack patients, either with or without agoraphobia.
Hypnotherapy has shown modest efficacy in treatment of anticipatory anxiety
symptoms, headache, chronic pain, nausea and vomiting, migraines, hair-pulling and skin picking as well as compulsive eating and smoking cessation in adults.
At the "Olympic level" we find there is no anticipatory anxiety
when the stress of pain is certain to come, and no lingering aftereffects--unlike the stress reactions in ordinary folk.
The test anxiety provoking stimuli reported by the students prior to the performance support the Ping, Subramaniam, and Krishnaswamy (2008) study which suggested that students frequently experience test anxiety before the evaluative situation because of their anticipatory anxiety
The aim was to help people to relax as much as possible before the start of the registration, trying to avoid anticipatory anxiety
The tell-show-do reduces anticipatory anxiety
in a new patient.
Do you have high levels of anticipatory anxiety
prior to a flight?
Descriptions of the examination day can let novice candidates have a realistic appraisal of the situation and thus any anticipatory anxiety
can be much lowered.
Barlow (2000) characterizes anticipatory anxiety
as a state of helplessness triggered by an individual's perceived inability to predict, control and obtain desired results in the context of upcoming events.
In this study of films offering future scenarios of climate change, the author presents the idea of pretraumatic stress syndrome, arguing that in pretrauma, people suffer from anticipatory anxiety
about the future.