stress process

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The process by which the objective demands of a situation result in an increase in the state anxiety of an individual if the situation is perceived as threatening. The stress process is dependent to a large extent on how the individual perceives the demands. This perception will be a product of a variety of factors including the individual's emotional disposition, previous experiences, abilities, the need for success, and the perceived importance of the situation.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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