A little bit of worry goes a long way Thanks for finally starting to take on the social infatuation with anxiety as a sign of pathology and something to be squashed or avoided (“The new worry epidemic,” Society, Feb. 17). For more than 50 years, we have known that low arousal (also known as anxiety) and high arousal are both associated with suboptimal performance.
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