Anxiety- Pediatric - Boston Children's

1State test anxiety (STA) is the anxiety one experiences in evaluative situations (Zeidner, 1998).

Validation of a Short French State Test Worry and

For example, the stereotype threat theory postulates that test anxiety may mediate the deleterious effect of stereotype threat on performance (Smith, 2004).

Validation of a Short French State Test Worry and

The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, Trait

Recent test anxiety research has shown that test anxiety consists of two components: worry (concerns about one’s performance) and emotionality (perception of autonomic arousal and unpleasant feeling states, see Zeidner, 1998).

The State‐Trait Anxiety Inventory,

Many researchers believe that STA is involved in several psychosocial phenomena.


Manual for the state-trait anxiety inventory 1983:

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