A Cognitive behavioral model of social anxiety disorder : update and extension

@inproceedings{Heimberg2010ACB,
  title={A Cognitive behavioral model of social anxiety disorder : update and extension},
  author={Richard G Heimberg and Faith A. Brozovich and Ronald M. Rapee},
  year={2010}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter focuses on the original 1997 cognitive behavioral model for social anxiety disorder (SAD), which delineates the processes by which SAIs are affected by their fear of negative evaluation in potentially social-evaluative situations. The original model has provided a solid framework for understanding the factors that comprise and maintain SAD. Since the publication of Rapee and Heimberg (1997), updates are provided in the form of reviews of the literature that… CONTINUE READING

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