ERIC Number: ED113649
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Jul
Reference Count: 0
Needed Research on Stress and Anxiety. A Special Report of the USOE-Sponsored Grant Study: Critical Appraisal of Research in the Personality-Emotions-Motivation Domain. IBR Report No. 72-10.
Spielberger, C.D.; And Others
This series of papers on stress and anxiety is part of a larger project concerned with a critical appraisal of research needs in the areas of personality, emotion, and motivation. A group of behavioral scientists contributed their expertise in identifying critical variables, concepts, and processes relating to stress and anxiety. Rather than attempting an exhaustive review of the relevant literature, each author reviews articles in his area of expertise and notes those theoretical and empirical contributions he considers especially important. Each author specifies the knowledge needed to clarify present information and/or fill gaps in existing knowledge, and describes the theoretical and methodological problems related to these research needs. The papers presented in this series are: (1) Stress and Anxiety: An Overview; (2) Stress Research; (3) Conceptual Meaning and Measurement of Anxiety; (4) State and Trait Anxiety; (5) Physiological Aspects of Anxiety; (6) Anxiety and Learning; (7) Anxiety in Children; and (8) Neurotic Anxiety. (Author/SJL)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Texas Christian Univ., Fort Worth. Inst. of Behavioral Research.