Broad internal: paralysis of analysis, overanalyze, too many options. Narrow internal: too self-aware, locked into own ideas and feelings, become distracted. Broad external: too much information processing (confused, difficulty distinguishing among cues, make same mistakes over and over (not enough analysis) Narrow external: no adjustments (rigidity, can"t react to changing situation, stay too long with original plans, wide individual differences in attentional style and it is constantly shifting from one style to another. Inability to attend to task relevant cues: external distracters. Gamesmanship (trash talk: tais: test of attentional and interpersonal style (nideffer, 1981) 17 item questionnaire to help determine attentional strengths and. Analyze current situation to identify specific problem (can"t concentrate on ____?) Develop centering or some other relaxation technique that can be used to focus attention away from the factors causing anxiety (attend to neutral stimuli) Develop refocusing skills (cues) to place attention on the specifics of the task at hand: centering.