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    • Do Higher Exam Grades Predict Higher Standards of Success and More Test Anxiety? 

      Iverson, Shannon B. (Northern Illinois University, 2011)
      The current study used a short-term, prospective design to examine the relationships among test anxiety, test performance, students' standards for success, and students' test selfefficacy (i.e., performance expectancies). ...
    • Panic and implicit theories 

      Miller, Lindsay Mae (Northern Illinois University, 2015)
      This thesis examines the roles of anxiety sensitivity, related constructs, and implicit theories constructs in uniquely predicting state anxiety in response to an interoceptive challenge. Because anxiety sensitivity appears ...
    • Shyness mindset beliefs and attentional bias: an experimental study 

      Chamberlain, Amber M., 1995-- (Northern Illinois University, 2016-11-30)
      Social behavior depends one's perceived level of shyness and the degree to which one believes that level of shyness is fixed versus malleable. Shy entity theorists maintain a fixed mindset and believe that shyness is a ...
    • Student Engagement Fund Narrative (Fall 2018) 

      Kingzette, Alexia M., 1998-- (2018-12-08)
      This is a narrative report of my attendance of the 52nd Annual Convention for the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies in Washington, D.C. I attended and presented a poster with my faculty mentor Dr. David ...