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State-Trait Anxiety Inventory Form Y/ STAI-Y

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State-Trait Anxiety Inventory‚ (Form Y/ STAI-Y)
Spielberger (1983) developed the STAI-Y as a revision to his previous instruments that were inadequate in differentiating diagnoses of depression versus anxiety. The resultant scale has been used extensively in experimental and clinical research as the premier measure of state and trait anxiety among adults. The STAI-Y is comprised of two separate 20-item self-report scales that measure both state (S-Anxiety) and trait (T-Anxiety) anxiety‚ which are printed on the front and back sides of the STAI questionnaire. The S-Anxiety scale is referred to as Form Y-1 and the T-Anxiety is referred to as From Y-2. This dissertation only measured trait anxiety using the second form‚ or sub-scale.
INSTRUCTIONS: A number of statements which people have used to describe themselves
are given below. Read each statement and then write the number in the blank at the end of the statement that indicates how you feel right now‚ that is‚ at this moment. There are no right or wrong answers. Do not spend too much time on any one statement but give the answer which seems to describe your present feelings best.
1 = not at all
2 = somewhat
3 = moderately so
4 = very much so
1. I feel calm ____
2. I feel secure ____
3. I am tense ____
4. I feel strained ____
5. I feel at ease ____
6. I feel upset ____
7. I am presently worrying over possible misfortunes _____
8. I feel satisfied ____
9. I feel frightened ____
10. I feel comfortable ____
11. I feel self-confident ____
12. I feel nervous ____
13. I am jittery ____
14. I feel indecisive ____
15. I am relaxed ____
16. I feel content ____
17. I am worried ____
18. I feel confused ____
19. I feel steady ____
20. I feel pleasant _____
INSTRUCTIONS: A number of statements which people have used to describe themselves are given below. Read each statement and then write the number in the blank at the end of the statement that indicates how you generally feel. There are no right or wrong answers.
Do not spend too much time on any one statement but give the answer which seems to describe how you generally feel.
1 = not at all
2 = somewhat
3 = moderately so
4 = very much so
21. I feel pleasant ____
22. I feel nervous and restless ____
23. I feel satisfied with myself ____
24. I wish I could be as happy as others seem to be ____
25. I feel like a failure ____
26. I feel rested ____
27. I am “calm‚ cool‚ and collected” ____
28. I feel that difficulties are piling up so that I cannot overcome them ____
29. I worry too much over something that really doesn’t matter ____
30. I am happy ____
31. I have disturbing thoughts ____
32. I lack self-confidence ____
33. I feel secure ____
34. I make decisions easily ____
35. I feel inadequate _____
36. I am content ____
37. Some unimportant thought runs through my mind and bothers me ____
38. I take disappointments so keenly that I can’t put them out of my mind ____
39. I am a steady person ____
40. I get in a state of tension or turmoil as I think over my recent concerns and interests ____
DIFFERENCES IN PERCEIVED STRESS‚ AFFECT‚ ANXIETY‚ AND COPING
ABILITY AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSES
by
Rachel Permuth-Levine‚ MSPH‚ CHES
Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the
University of Maryland‚ College Park in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy 2007


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