1.67.Research has consistently found evidence that problems with anxiety show up at high rates in people who believe that
A)they are in control of a situation.
B)they are not in control of events.
C)events are their fault.
D)important people have treated them badly.
1.68.According to D.M.Clark's research,people with anxiety sensitivity would likely be frightened most by
1.69.Several lines of research have clarified the basic cognitive mechanisms involved in generalized anxiety disorder,as well as in panic disorder.Experts now believe that a factor that plays a crucial role in the onset of this process is
1.70.A patient with panic disorder tends to interpret the rapid beating of his heart as a heart attack; a cognitive psychologist would call this
C)illusion of predictability.