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Your first day of school will be scary!
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Your first day of school will be scary!

Parents’ words and anxiety disorders – part 3 During the second installment of this series, I discussed the tendency of anxious individuals to over interpret threat in the face of ambiguity. Further, anxious mothers’ expectations of their children’s struggles and their children’s own expectations of elevated vulnerability in these situations

Your first day of school will be scary!
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Your first day of school will be scary!

Parents’ words and anxiety disorders – part 2 In part one of this series I briefly discussed the onset, prevalence, severity and course of anxiety disorders. I also highlighted some parental behaviors that are thought to encourage the development of shy and anxious behavior in children. In part 2 of this

Your first day of school will be scary!
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Your first day of school will be scary!

Parents’ words and anxiety disorders – Part 1 Anxiety disorders affect a range of individuals in marked and persistent ways. Unlike other clinical disorders (e.g. depression), anxiety disorders can begin to manifest themselves in early childhood, in some cases before a child is even ten years old. This is important

Rumination as a Predictor of Problem Drinking
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Rumination as a Predictor of Problem Drinking

Rumination is a coping strategy for controlling negative affect that is characterised by heightened self-focused attention involving persistent, recyclic, and depressive thinking (Lyubomirsky and Nolen-Hoeksema 1993) Rumination is an important factor in the vulnerability processes leading to the occurrence of, and relapse into, dysphoriaand major depressive disorder (Nolen-Hoeksema and Morrow

EABCT 2011: Beliefs over control interact with intolerance of uncertainty and metacognition on worry
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EABCT 2011: Beliefs over control interact with intolerance of uncertainty and metacognition on worry

EABCT 2011: “Yes…But…” Cognitive response to partial success: an exploratory research
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EABCT 2011: “Yes…But…” Cognitive response to partial success: an exploratory research

EABCT 2011: Perceived Parental Criticism, Self-Criticism and Depression: An Exploratory Research
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EABCT 2011: Perceived Parental Criticism, Self-Criticism and Depression: An Exploratory Research

EABCT 2011: The role of metacognitive processes in desire thinking
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EABCT 2011: The role of metacognitive processes in desire thinking

Craving e pensiero desiderante
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Craving e pensiero desiderante

    Il craving è descritto come un’esperienza soggettiva che motiva gli individui a cercare e raggiungere un oggetto o praticare un’attività (target) allo scopo di ottenere certi effetti (Marlatt, 1987). Per molti autori è considerato il cuore delle dipendenze patologiche e il processo nucleare che guida verso la perdita

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