Exposure to child anxiety: Theory, research, and practice
This article provides a brief overview of cognitive-behavioral theory and its application in understanding and treating anxiety in youths. Research investigations have examined the outcomes of cognitive-behavioral intervention, treatment generalizability, diagnostic issues, cognitive processing, social competence, and familial and parental factors. Issues surrounding the transportability of empirically evaluated treatment to community-based clinics are considered.
Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice
Kendall, P. C.; Panichelli-Mindel, Susan; Sugarman, A.; and Callahan, S. A., "Exposure to child anxiety: Theory, research, and practice" (1997). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 807.
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