What Does Worry Look Like? The Multifaceted Characterization of Worry in Relation to Anxiety Among Younger and Older Adults
Introduction. Worry is a ubiquitous human experience and core symptom of anxiety. The present study examined age differences regarding a variety of worry components among younger (age 18-30) and older (age 65+) adults as well as the characterization of worry as it relates to anxiety and specific worry domains. Methods. 411 participants (311 younger adults, 100 older adults; 77.1% female) completed the Geriatric Anxiety Scale, Worry Behaviors Inventory, Worry Domains Questionnaire, Worry Scale, Penn State Worry Questionnaire, Brief Measure of Worry Severity, Patient Health Questionnaire-9, and ...
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Granier, Katie L.
Segal, Daniel L.