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Master of Arts (MA)
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This study found that greater displays of sad facial expressions and body movement are associated with higher self-reported anxiety-related symptoms in those with GAD. In the control group, lower scores on rumination and worry scales are associated with greater displays of fearful facial expressions during the fear video.
Noble, Lauren, "Facial Expressions in Generalized Anxiety Disorder" (2016). CUNY Academic Works.