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Distinguishing between cognitive and somatic trait and state anxiety in children.
  • J. Fox, B. Houston
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 October 1983
The study was conducted to develop self-report measures of cognitive and somatic trait and state anxiety for children and to evaluate the utility of distinguishing between cognitive and somaticExpand
Efficacy of self-instructional training for reducing children's anxiety in an evaluative situation.
Abstract Fifty-six fourth-grade children were categorized as either high or low in trait anxiety and then assigned to a self-instruction treatment, minimal-treatment, or no-treatment controlExpand
Common skills that underlie the common factors of successful psychotherapy.
Key common factors across psychotherapy approaches are important to therapeutic effectiveness. We identify some common skills of the therapist that are specific to the psychotherapy role. DescribingExpand
"Co-constructing" stigma and the therapist-parent alliance.
  • J. Fox
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychotherapy
  • 1 March 2012
Just as many relationships are susceptible to the distorting and distancing effects of stigmatization, so are therapist-parent relationships, particularly in instances where children/youth presentExpand
Trait anxiety and Children's cognitive behaviors in an evaluative situation
The study was conducted to investigate the cognitive behaviors of high and low trait-anxious children under stress. Six categories of cognitive behavior were inferred from a Think Aloud procedureExpand
Trait anxiety and children's state anxiety, cognitive behaviors, and performance under stress
Sixty-seven fourth-grade children anticipated and then performed a mathematics task in either a high or a low stress condition. While the children anticipated performing the task, measures of sevenExpand
The IASC Guidelines and the International Disaster Psychology Program at the University of Denver
There is a growing recognition of the significant psychological and psychosocial damage caused by natural and manmade disasters. This phenomenon has increased the demand for trained professionalsExpand