alexa Professional Musician - Performance Anxiety

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Professional Musician - Performance Anxiety

Until recently, music performance anxiety (MPA) has been understood as a uni-dimensional construct occurring on a continuum of severity from career stress at the low end, to stage fright at the high end. Kenny has argued that MPA is better understood as a typology comprising three subtypes to account for qualitative differences in presentation as well as variations in severity. The three subtypes are: (i) MPA as a focal anxiety, where there is no generalized social anxiety, depression or panic; (ii) MPA with other social anxieties; and (iii) MPA with panic and depression.

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