TRAIT ANXIETY AND NEGATIVE HEALTH RISK BEHAVIORS IN ADULTS

@inproceedings{CATIBUSIC2018TRAITAA,
  title={TRAIT ANXIETY AND NEGATIVE HEALTH RISK BEHAVIORS IN ADULTS},
  author={LINN{\'E}A-REBECKA CATIBUSIC and Jeong Jin Yu},
  year={2018}
}
Relatively little is known regarding trait anxiety and its relationship with negative health risk behaviors such as alcohol consumption and physical inactivity in adults. This study aimed to examine whether negative health risk behaviors differ by sex and whether trait anxiety is associated with the negative health risk behaviors above and beyond sociodemographic factors and depression. Data used in the present study came from a published dataset from the Midlife in the United States 2 (MIDUS 2… CONTINUE READING

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