How Anxiety Can Lead to Disruptive Behaviour

11 May 2016Teacher's Zone

The link below contains an interesting article about how anxiety can lead to disruptive behaviour. It discusses how disruptive behaviour can often be generated by unrecognised anxiety.

Anxiety manifests in a surprising variety of ways, often because it is based on a physiological response to a threat in the environment and in turn this can generate the ‘fight’ or ‘flight’ mode in a person.

How Anxiety Leads to Disruptive Behavior

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