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(p. 60) Temperamental Influences on the Development of Anxiety Disorders 

(p. 60) Temperamental Influences on the Development of Anxiety Disorders
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(p. 60) Temperamental Influences on the Development of Anxiety Disorders
Author(s):

Christopher J. Lonigan

and Beth M. Phillips

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195123630.003.0004
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date: 04 April 2020

This chapter discusses temperamental influences on the development of anxiety disorders. It begins with a definition of the key constructs of temperament, then reviews the evidence and models for the relation betweentemperament and anxiety disorders and discusses factors that may affect thisrelation. Finally, it suggests a number of ways in which the field can beadvanced.

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