Perceptions, Emotional and Triggering Symptoms and TreatmenteBook - 2013
Social anxiety or social phobia has become increasingly common in contemporary societies due to the increased isolation in impersonal living environments and the weakening family ties that leave many individuals feeling withdrawn and estranged. In this book, the authors present new research on the ways of assessing social anxiety, as well as the role of autonomic arousal in the development of social phobia. Special reference is made to the impact of family on the development and maintenance of social anxiety in children on a both theoretical and practical level. Social anxiety is also discusse.
Publisher: Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publisher's, Inc., 
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