Parental intrusiveness and children's separation anxiety in a clinical sample.

@article{Wood2006ParentalIA,
  title={Parental intrusiveness and children's separation anxiety in a clinical sample.},
  author={Jeffrey J. Wood},
  journal={Child psychiatry and human development},
  year={2006},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={73-87}
}
In this article, a theoretical model of the role of parental intrusiveness in the development of childhood separation anxiety disorder is presented and tested. Parents who act intrusively tend to take over tasks that children are (or could be) performing independently, thereby limiting mastery experiences and inducing dependence on caregivers. Families of children diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, aged 6-13 years, participated (N = 40). Child anxiety was assessed with a diagnostic interview… CONTINUE READING

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