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(p. 278) Family Processes in the Development of Anxiety Problems 

(p. 278) Family Processes in the Development of Anxiety Problems
(p. 278) Family Processes in the Development of Anxiety Problems

Mark R. Dadds

and Janet H. Roth

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date: 13 April 2021

The aim of this chapter is to review family processes with regardto development and maintenance of anxiety disorders in young people. It outlines the role of the family as a causal pathway to anxiety, family transmission, issues in directly measuring anxiety in children and families, and pre-anxious risk factors and family processes. It reviews empirical research findings in the area, along with studies on social learning and attachment processes in anxious children.

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