Socially anxious mothers' narratives to their children and their relation to child representations and adjustment.

Abstract

Anxious mothers' parenting, particularly transfer of threat information, has been considered important in their children's risk for social anxiety disorder (SAnxD), and maternal narratives concerning potential social threat could elucidate this contribution. Maternal narratives to their preschool 4- to 5-year-old children, via a picture book about starting… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S0954579414001187

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@article{Murray2014SociallyAM, title={Socially anxious mothers' narratives to their children and their relation to child representations and adjustment.}, author={Lynne A. Murray and Jeff E Pella and Leonardo de Pascalis and Adriane Xavier Arteche and Laura Pass and Ray Percy and Catharine Creswell and Peter J. Cooper}, journal={Development and psychopathology}, year={2014}, volume={26 4 Pt 2}, pages={1531-46} }