Talk:Motivation and emotion/Book/2011/Avoidance motivation
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Hi Beth, i have been looking on your page and it is looking like your finishing it up...just something that i have realised while snooping on your page....when the words are red it means your link has failed - you should make sure that you have correctly saved your links so that they dont fail. :) 220.127.116.11
Comment by Magnolia - your links were excellent - this would be an excellent topic to introduce to schools to get the students motivated as well as understanding themselves and their motivation
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Alleged plagiarism[edit source]
An initial investigation has indicated possible plagiarism. This requires more investigation. For example:
- "Avoidant personality disorder is reported to be especially prevalent in people with anxiety disorders, although estimates of comorbidity vary widely due to differences"
- "Research suggests that approximately 10–50% of people who have panic disorder with agoraphobia have avoidant personality disorder, as well as about 20–40% of people who have social phobia (social anxiety disorder)"
- "Some studies report prevalence rates of up to 45% among people with generalized anxiety disorder and up to 56% of those with obsessive-compulsive disorder"
Additional alleged plagiarism[edit source]
- "Her avoidance strategy is to just never try."
- "She’s a little shy and has a hard time approaching"
- "Social anxiety disorder remains under-recognized in primary care practice"