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(p. 175) Overcoming Fears of Doing Things in Front of Others 

(p. 175) Overcoming Fears of Doing Things in Front of Others
(p. 175) Overcoming Fears of Doing Things in Front of Others

Debra A. Hope

, Richard G. Heimberg

, and Cynthia L. Turk

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date: 27 May 2020

Chapter 10 addresses fears about performing various activities in front of others, now known as the “observational fears” or “specific social phobias” (e.g. signing one's name, eating, or drinking), and covers common ATs in this area, behavioral goals, challenging ATs, general strategies to use to address fears, and exposures to use.

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