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(p. 83) Controlling Thoughts That Cause Anxiety: II. Thinking the Worst 

(p. 83) Controlling Thoughts That Cause Anxiety: II. Thinking the Worst
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(p. 83) Controlling Thoughts That Cause Anxiety: II. Thinking the Worst
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Michelle G. Craske

and David H. Barlow

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195300017.003.0007
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date: 12 December 2019

Chapter 7 continues to explore methods of controlling thoughts that cause anxiety, and focuses on catastrophic thinking. Decatastrophizing is explored as a strategy against catastrophizing. The recall-relaxation procedure for relaxation is also outlined.

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