A meta-analytic review on the prevention of symptoms of anxiety in children and adolescents.

@inproceedings{Teubert2011AMR,
  title={A meta-analytic review on the prevention of symptoms of anxiety in children and adolescents.},
  author={Daniela Teubert and Martin Pinquart},
  year={2011}
}
Anxiety disorders are the most frequent psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents and have adverse effects on their psychosocial functioning. An increasing number of studies are aimed at its prevention. This meta-analysis included 65 studies on anxiety prevention. We found small but significant effects on anxiety at posttest (symptoms: g=.22, diagnosis: g=.23; SD units) and follow-up (symptoms: g=.19, diagnosis: g=.32). Intervention effects at posttest varied by type of prevention… CONTINUE READING

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