Psychological inflexibility mediates the effects of self-efficacy and anxiety sensitivity on worry.

Abstract

Recent research has found low levels of general self-efficacy (GSE: beliefs about the ability to appropriately handle a wide range of stressors) and high levels of anxiety sensitivity (AS: fear of the negative consequences of experiencing anxiety) to be relevant predictors of pathological worry. This study examined the role of psychological inflexibility… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/sjp.2014.3

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