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Figure 2. From: Attentional Control Theory: Anxiety, Emotion, and Motor Planning.

Adjusted accuracy data (represented as RMSE) across the valence conditions for each target force level. The black bars represent adjusted mean RMSE for the low anxiety group and the white bars represent adjusted mean RMSE for the high anxiety group. Accuracy scores at each target force level did not vary as a function of trait anxiety or valence, or a combination of trait anxiety and valence. The error bars are +1SE from the adjusted mean for each group. Valence conditions: Adv = adventure, Ero = erotica, Att = attack, Mut = mutilation, Neu = Neutral.

Stephen A. Coombes, et al. J Anxiety Disord. ;23(8):1072-1079.
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Figure 1. From: Attentional Control Theory: Anxiety, Emotion, and Motor Planning.

Adjusted reaction time data across the valence conditions for each target force level. The black bars represent adjusted mean RT for the low anxiety group. White bars represent adjusted mean RT for the high anxiety group. The high anxiety group were slower than the low anxiety group at 10% of MVC (left), but there was no between group difference at 35% (right). A main effect of valence was evidenced at 10% (attack < adventure, erotica, neutral; mutilation < erotica), and at 35% (attack < mutilation). The error bars are +1SE from the adjusted mean for each group. Valence conditions: Adv = adventure, Ero = erotica, Att = attack, Mut = mutilation, Neu = Neutral.

Stephen A. Coombes, et al. J Anxiety Disord. ;23(8):1072-1079.
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Figure 3. From: Attentional Control Theory: Anxiety, Emotion, and Motor Planning.

Adjusted mean rate of change of force for each target force level across the valence conditions. The black bars represent adjusted mean peak rate of change of force for the low anxiety group and the white bars represent adjusted mean peak rate of change of force for the high anxiety group. Relative to the low anxiety group, the high anxiety group displayed attenuated rate of change at the 10% target force level. No between group effects were found at the 35% target force level. The rate of change of force production at each target force level did not vary as a function of valence, or a combination of trait anxiety and valence. The error bars are +1SE from the adjusted mean for each group. Valence conditions: Adv = adventure, Ero = erotica, Att = attack, Mut = mutilation, Neu = Neutral.

Stephen A. Coombes, et al. J Anxiety Disord. ;23(8):1072-1079.

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