Browse by Subject "Anxiety"
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(2014-09-16)A well-described set of biobehaviors and cognitive dysfunction emerge after stimulation of the immune system with pathogen-associated or danger-associated molecular patterns, and the endogenous cytokines elaborated in the ...
(2010-08-31)For the past thirty years, educators, researchers, parents, employers, policy-makers, and the popular press have been concerned about the gender gap in computing. Remarkably, there is little evidence of a similar scale of ...
Scripting anxiety/scripting identity: Indian mutiny, history, and the colonial imaginary, 1857-1911 (2010-08-31)Scripting Anxiety/Scripting Identity examines the impact of the 1857 Indian Mutiny on British and Indian cultural consciousness and collective memory. I focus on anxious articulations about material objects, racial and ...
(2010-08-31)Attentional bias to emotional stimuli (especially unpleasantly valenced or threatening) is a common finding in anxiety and less commonly found in depression. So-called neutral or “nonemotional” stimuli varying in attentional ...