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(p. 253) Information-processing Factors in Childhood Anxiety: A Review and Developmental Perspective 

(p. 253) Information-processing Factors in Childhood Anxiety: A Review and Developmental Perspective
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(p. 253) Information-processing Factors in Childhood Anxiety: A Review and Developmental Perspective
Author(s):

Michael W. Vasey

and Colin MacLeod

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195123630.003.0012
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date: 19 October 2019

This chapter provides an overview of these research findings in the areas of information-processing factors in childhood anxiety and considerswhat conclusions can be drawn thus far. Within the context of this review,the chapter also consider how the adoption of a developmental perspectivecan illuminate our understanding of the association between information-processing variables and childhood anxiety. Several alternative modelsconcerning the development of attentional biases in anxious children areevaluated, and the implications for future research direction are highlighted.

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