State anxiety

State anxiety
According to Spielberger (1983), people experience state anxiety at a particular moment of
time or a specific occasion such as the moment prior to taking an examination.
trait anxiety are closely related.
Besides, the state and
In other words, people who have high trait anxiety also experience
state anxiety when they are in an anxiety-provoking situation (Spielberger, 1983.)
MacIntyre & Gardner’s (1991b) argued that the state anxiety scale cannot clearly specify the source of
the reported response.
For example, in the state anxiety scale, questions like “Are you nervous now?”
do not clearly mention the target situation.
The answer from the respondent may be different
according to the designed experiment situation.
the similar feeling of the respondent.
There could be various possibilities that would cause