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(p. 205) Developmental Aspects of Conditioning Processes in Anxiety Disorders 

(p. 205) Developmental Aspects of Conditioning Processes in Anxiety Disorders
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(p. 205) Developmental Aspects of Conditioning Processes in Anxiety Disorders
Author(s):

Mark R. Dadds

, Graham C. L. Davey

, and Andy P. Field

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195123630.003.0010
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date: 10 December 2018

This chapter explores developmental aspects of conditioning process in anxiety disorders. It describes some of the main features of contemporaryhuman conditioning models, and discusseshow the special features of contemporary conditioning models mightbe applied to the understanding of the development of fears and anxietiesacross the lifespan.

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