Evaluation apprehension theory of social facilitation

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Evaluation apprehension theory
Arousal is caused by the apprehension caused by a person feeling they are being judged. In front of an expert
audience who would judge more, arousal is increased compared to no audience or an audience of friends.
We learn to associate an audience with being judged, respond to this with arousal

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