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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In an attempt to reduce her emotional distress, she turned to Google, which raised her fear level from "uncomfortable" to "totally anxious".
I worked on those public speaking skills so my fear level would diminish," she said.
The sex and age of an individual can cause a different fear level.
Hermann said she was surprised by the higher fear level on the Israeli side, and cited a number of factors.
Survey Captures Fear Level Among Texas Judges, by Johnathan Silver - A survey taken after Travis County state District Judge Julie Kocurek was shot last fall in the driveway of her Austin home found that hundreds of Texas judges have feared for their safety at least once in the last two years.
10] However, the results of study conducted by Ozdemir et al showed higher anxiety and fear level among males.
The survey also asked participants to consider how often they experienced various anxiety symptoms and behaviors surrounding severe weather, and to assess their overall fear level of severe weather (see Table 2).
We're always on high alert, but I think it would raise a fear level for our agents,'' del Cueto said.
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.
I asked Carole Simone what she thought, and she said, "Your fear level has gone down, but your trust level has gone up.