Kenneth Tola

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Alcoholism runs in families and is influenced by both genetic and personality factors. Important questions remain, however, as to just how neurological functioning is affected by these predispositions. As a result, the present study assessed the effects of both familiality and personality factors on electroencephalographic (EEG) responses. College students(More)
The present experiment was a test of a new six-system model of anxiety, which includes physiological, behavioral, cognitive, affective, trait, and state components of anxiety and also differentiates between direct and mediated responses. The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory was used to screen 795 undergraduates at the University of Maryland. Of the 52 subjects(More)
Arousal and anxiety responses to stressful stimulation are products of multiple factors that may include the physiological, behavioral, cognitive, affective, trait, and state components of our six-system model, as well as mediational and non-mediational perspectives. Within the context of this model, the present experiment examined the effects of prior(More)
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