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Chapter 18 A Cognitive Perspective on Social Phobia

@inproceedings{Clark2004Chapter1A,
  title={Chapter 18 A Cognitive Perspective on Social Phobia},
  author={D. Clark},
  year={2004}
}
the cognitive model Processing in Social Situations Processing of the self as a social object Safety behaviours Somatic and Cognitive Symptoms Processing of External Social Cues Processing before and after a Social Situation empirical studies of the cognitive model Hypotheses Conclusions a theory derived cognitive treatment Therapeutic Relationship Deriving an Idiosyncratic Version of the Model Manipulation of Self-focused Attention and Safety Behaviours Video and Audio Feedback Shift of… Expand
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