Allan, Wesley D.

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Examination of the FEAR Effect with Child Social and General Anxiety 2008 1380 The current study extends the work of Barrett, Rapee, Dadds, and Ryan (1996) by attempting to further parse apart the FEAR effect with a continuous approach that examines degree differences within a response category, as well as examining both social...
Child anxiety : how does cognitive development influence the role of cognitive errors and emotion understanding? 2006 4195 "An understanding of the differential roles played by emotions and cognitions in child anxiety cannot be abstracted from the existing literature. The current study sought to delineate the relationship between cognitive development and the experience ...
Social anxiety and heterosexual dating initiation 2007 2050 "This thesis study extends previous research by examining cognitive processes in social anxiety related to heterosexual dating initiation situations. Participants were 100 undergraduate students (50 male and 50 female, ages 18 to 20) enrolled in Int...
A cognitive-mediated model of child social anxiety and depression: examining children's relationships with parents and teachers. 2009 3454 Social relationships are posited to contribute to child social anxiety (e.g., Rapee & Spence, 2004) and depression (e.g., Kaufman, 1991). What social relationships are important and in what ways do they affect specific child outcomes? Research sugges...