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Abstract Anxiety disorders are the most prevalent disorders of childhood and adolescence. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for… Expand Despite widespread treatment success in clinical settings, anxiety disorders are rarely targeted for intervention in students… Expand A meta-analysis of 82 recidivism studies (1,620 findings from 29,450 sexual offenders) identified deviant sexual preferences and… Expand We compared the effects of a universal school-based preventive intervention for child anxiety at two developmental stages. Six… Expand Theories of anxiety development suggest that parental acceptance, control, and modeling of anxious behaviors are associated with… Expand Research Traditions in Education Researching Professional Development Professional Identity Who Am I? What Kind of Practitioner… Expand Abstract In 2001 we evaluated a universal prevention trial of anxiety during childhood, and also examined the effects of the… Expand Abstract This paper describes the development and preliminary findings of a program designed to prevent the development of… Expand Examined the influence of family on anxious children's cognition. Research by Barrett, Rapee, Dadds, and Ryan (1996) found… Expand Barrett, Rapee, Dadds, and Ryan (1996) described a phenomenon whereby family discussions magnified the style of children's… Expand