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Effectiveness of group reality therapy on symptoms of social anxiety, interpretation bias and interpersonal relationships in adolescents

  title={Effectiveness of group reality therapy on symptoms of social anxiety, interpretation bias and interpersonal relationships in adolescents},
  author={Nasrin Khaleghi and Mahdi Amiri and Elham Taheri},
Introduction: The present study investigates the effectiveness of group reality therapy on symptoms of social anxiety, interpretation bias and interpersonal relationships in adolescents. Â Materials and Methods: The research population of this clinical research consisted of all students in ninth grade female Sabzevar city in academic year of 2016-2017 that this number based on social anxiety scale score teens, a negative interpretation consequences social and interpersonal relationships in the… 
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