Anxiety, self-preoccupation and attention

@inproceedings{Sarason1988AnxietySA,
  title={Anxiety, self-preoccupation and attention},
  author={I. Sarason},
  year={1988}
}
A cognitive view of anxiety is outlined that emphasizes the role self-preoccupation plays in attention and information processing. Two applications of this theoretical approach are given, one in the area of test anxiety and the other relating to cognitive therapies for anxiety. 
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