Toward an Optimal Treatment for Childhood Anxiety Disorders: The Influence of Parental Psychopathology, Selective Attention, and Cognitive Coping
The aim of the present thesis was to explore wether parental psychopathology and threat-related selective attention were related to outcome of cognitive-behavioral therapy in anxiety-disordered children and adolescents. Pre- to post-treatment changes of selective attention were also examined in relation to treatment success. The second aim was to examine whether cognitive coping after the experience of negative life events is related to anxiety disorders in children and adolescents.
|Publisher||Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam|
|Promotor||Verhulst, F.C. (Frank)|
|Sponsor||Netherlands Foundation for Mental Health, Utrecht, The Netherlands (project 2001-5484).|
|Keywords||anxiety disorders, children, cognitive coping, cognitive-behavioral treatment, parental psychopathology, selective attention|
Legerstee, J.S.. (2009, June 17). Toward an Optimal Treatment for Childhood Anxiety Disorders: The Influence of Parental Psychopathology, Selective Attention, and Cognitive Coping. Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/19703