DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2014.08.001
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Tsachi Ein-Dor, Adi Perry-Paldi

Abstract: Objective: Research on human reaction to threats has been limited and focused either on the effects of situational features or on the effects of personality dispositions. In the present research, we examined the processes by which personality (specifically attachment orientations) qualifies the effects of situational features on reactions to threat scenarios. Method: In Study 1, 307 Israeli participants completed a self-report measure of attachment orientations (anxiety and avoidance), and reported on the fir…

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