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.Anxiety can be either a short term 'state' or a long term "trait." Trait anxiety reflects a stable tendency to respond with state anxiety in the anticipation of threatening situations.[1] It is closely related to the personality trait of neuroticism. Such anxiety may be conscious or unconscious.[2]


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  1. Schwarzer, R. Anxiety. URL accessed on 2008-01-12.
  2. Mental Health Nursing: From first principles to professional practice, Stanley Thornes.Template:Page needed
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