Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents by Tracy L. Morris PhD, John S. March MD MPH

By Tracy L. Morris PhD, John S. March MD MPH

Now in a completely revised and up to date moment version, this landmark paintings brings jointly best specialists to comprehensively study all features of childhood-onset anxiousness problems. the amount provides the main theoretical views at the moment informing examine and scientific perform, experiences key matters in review and prognosis, and marshals the most recent findings on each one illness and its therapy. All chapters within the moment variation were commonly rewritten to mirror major advances in conception and learn, together with the result of managed therapy experiences. vital new chapters were further on behavioral genetics, mixed cognitive-behavioral remedy and pharmacotherapy, and prevention. also, separate chapters now conceal numerous problems that have been formerly addressed in much less intensity: generalized nervousness affliction, particular phobias, separation anxiousness, and panic.

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