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The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI) is a self-report inventory that determines if a client has brief episodes of anxiety (states) or more stable personality features with chronic levels of anxiety (traits) (Spielberger, Gorsuch, Lushene, Vagg, & Jacobs, 1983). This psychological test is reviewed and critiqued through the use of an overview, psychometric properties, research, strengths and limitations, as well as diversity considerations. The STAI, which measures anxiety, was developed by Charles D. Spielberger. The approximate time of this psychological test is 10 to 20 minutes. There are versions of this measure available for adults (aged 14 to 69) and children (aged 6 to 14).
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In some cases two out of these personalities are often in charge of the individual’s behavior, mind, and body causing short and long period of memory loss. The American Psychiatric Association also relates to dissociative disorder to anxiety, suicidal, and depression. The most at risk individuals from developing any form of dissociative disorder are individuals that had suffered trauma in their life specially child abuse or any other type of child trauma. In the movie “Split” Kevin Wendell Crumbs displayed the extreme behavior for a person diagnosed with multiple
In terms of prevention, being aware of and identifying those factors can reveal more serious mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, self-harming, suicide ideation, eating disorders or drugs consummation. Martinez, Espinosa, Zitko, Marin, Schilling, Schwerter and Rojas (2015) help me to think about depression in adolescence. Depression is a highly prevalent and recurrent illness that affects people of all ages and carries high individual, family, and social costs. Depression in adolescents is of particular importance – prevalence begins to increase in this period and is associated with persistent and considerable functional impairment and serious negative consequences, such as suicide, poor performance at school, difficulty with interpersonal relationships, risk-taking behavior, and physical health problems. Depression and self-harm are some mental illnesses which are difficult to identify due to the fact that students who may suffer from these illnesses, such as self-harm, try to hide symptoms.