A-Trait is another name for Trait anxiety that refers to Personality characteristic that manifests itself as a more or less constant feeling of dread or uneasiness.

Trait anxiety or A-Trait reflects the existence of stable individual differences in the tendency to respond with state anxiety in the anticipation of threatening situations.



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