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Another useful framework with which to view anxiety is the cognitive–somatic dichotomy. Cognitive anxiety is more mental, and is produced by the thought processes in our brain and characterized by worry and apprehension; whereas somatic anxiety is experienced more through bodily responses such as shortness of breath, muscular discomfort, or, as in the case of athletes, the jitters or ‘butterflies’ before an important game. 28 Q. I’m anxious all the time, and when things are going well I still find things to get upset and worry about.
This fancy word is abbreviated EEG and involves the assessment of electrical activity occurring within the brain. The brain produces alpha and beta waves, with alpha waves indicating relaxation and beta waves arousal. Imagine you’re an athlete who has trouble relaxing before a competition. You think it’s hurting your performance, so you consult a sport psychologist who is trained to use physiological assessments including EEG. Over a period of several sessions, the psychologist is successful in helping you control arousal-related beta waves in the brain, in favor of those related to relaxation, or alpha waves.
Watson (1878–1958). Watson was a professor at Johns Hopkins University in the early 1900s, and his experiments with a young male child, known in the psychology literature as Little Albert, demonstrated the conditioned nature of fear. Burrhus F. Skinner (1904–90). Skinner was Professor of Psychology at Harvard University in the middle part of the 20th century, and his views on the interplay of reinforcement and punishment have been most influential in shaping our understanding of animal and human learning.
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