Social phobia : etiology, diagnosis and treatment / Clayton P. Axelby, editor.

New York : Nova Biomedical Books, c2009.
xiii, 289 p. ; 27 cm.


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  • Instruments for the evaluation of social phobia / Flávia de Lima Osório, José Alexandre de Souza Crippa and Sonia Regina Loureiro -- Animal models and the biological bases of shyness : contributions to the understanding of social phobia / Carla M. Yuede and George T. Taylor -- Brain activation to phobia-related stimuli in social phobia / Thomas Straube -- Life events and the development of social phobia / Iulian Iancu and Jennie Goldstein -- Social phobia and alcohol or other psychoactive substances abuse : a co-morbidity review / Mauro Barbosa Terra ... [et al.] -- Cognitive behavioral therapy for childhood anxiety disorders : social anxiety predicts treatment response / Katharina Manassis and Janis L. Wolfe -- Social phobia in children and adolescents / Xenia Anastassiou-Hadjicharalambous --
  • The relationship between depression and impulsivity / Taiki Takahashi, Hidemi Oono and Mark H. Radford -- Temperamental antecedents of social phobia : the case of behavioral inhibition / Matilda E. Nowakowski and Louis A. Schmidt -- Social anxiety disorder : etiology, diagnosis, and treatment / Kelsey C. Collimore and Gordon J.G. Asmundson -- Cognitive-behavioural therapy and emotional work for patients with social phobia / Lucia Romo ... [et al.] -- Social phobia and schizophrenia : a brief review / Jean Kim and Phillip J. Seibell -- Newspaper advertisement recruitment of the subjects with social anxiety disorder and its relationship to taijin-kyofusho / Toshihiko Nagata ... [et al.] -- Social anxiety secondary to a general medical condition / E. Tugba Ozel-Kizil.
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