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(p. 57) Learning to Recognize Your Own Anxiety 

(p. 57) Learning to Recognize Your Own Anxiety
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(p. 57) Learning to Recognize Your Own Anxiety
Author(s):

Richard E. Zinbarg

, Michelle G. Craske

, and David H. Barlow

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195300024.003.0005
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date: 27 November 2020

Chapter 5 outlines the second treatment session, which explores the need for becoming an observer of one’s own behaviors and responses to enhance understanding of one’s anxiety and to adapt specific treatment procedures to one’s personal experience; the degree to which retrospective recall is skewed by current mood and may contribute to the perpetuation of anxiety; justification for self-monitoring; and instruction in how to monitor episodes of heightened anxiety, daily mood, and progress.

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