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Prevention of Social Anxiety Disorder in Children and Adolescents: Necessary or Needless?

  title={Prevention of Social Anxiety Disorder in Children and Adolescents: Necessary or Needless?},
  author={Sigrid K{\"u}hl and Caroline Bender and Hanna Kley and Martina Kr{\"a}mer and Brunna Tuschen-Caffier},
Summary With respect to the symptoms and course of social anxiety and social anxiety disorders, the following review shows that there is a strong need for programs that may prevent social anxieties or social anxiety disorders. The review summarizes the research literature regarding the effectiveness of different approaches aimed to prevent social anxiety or social anxiety disorders. 
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