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(p. 51) Session 3: Cognitive Component of Anxiety: Probability Overestimation and Catastrophic Thinking 

(p. 51) Session 3: Cognitive Component of Anxiety: Probability Overestimation and Catastrophic Thinking
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(p. 51) Session 3: Cognitive Component of Anxiety: Probability Overestimation and Catastrophic Thinking
Author(s):

Donna B. Pincus

, Jill T. Ehrenreich

, and Sara G. Mattis

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195335804.003.0006
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date: 23 October 2019

Chapter 6 outlines the third treatment session on the cognitive component of anxiety, including probability overestimation, catastrophic thinking, and methods of monitoring triggers and subsequent cognitions.

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