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2. The intensity of an A-State reaction will be proportional to the amount of threat that the situation poses for the individual. 3. The duration of an A-State reaction will depend upon the persistence of the individual's interpretation of the situation as threatening. 4. High Α-Trait individuals will perceive situations or circumstances that involve failure or threats to self-esteem as more threatening than will persons who are low in A-Trait. 5. Elevations in A-State have stimulus and drive properties that may be expressed directly in behavior, or that may serve to initiate psychological defenses that have been effective in reducing Α-States in the past.
High levels of Α-State intensity are experienced as unpleasant and may serve to initiate cognitive or motoric processes that have effectively reduced A-States in the past. For example, an undergraduate subject in an experiment that involved the threat of electric shock initially appraised this experimental situation as dangerous, and responded with a marked increase in heart rate. After 44 Charles D . " Since the subject had no way of knowing if the experimenter would actually shock him, in effect, he used "denial" and "intellectualization" as defenses against the danger posed by the situation.
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