This week we are featuring a paper from one of our Teaching Associates, Dr Megan Barnard, The moderating effect of trait anxiety on anxiety-related thoughts and actions whilst driving.
Megan explains that "This paper shows that people who are high in general anxiety are more likely to commit dangerous driving behaviours, even if they are not particularly anxious about driving"
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