Externalizing disorders and the treatment of child anxiety: A preliminary study
Abbreviated Journal Title
Child Fam. Behav. Ther.
externalizing disorders; child anxiety; treatment; INTERVIEW SCHEDULE; OUTCOME RESEARCH; SELF-CONTROL; DEPRESSION; PSYCHOTHERAPY; PREVALENCE; Psychology, Clinical; Family Studies
Recent research has suggested that individuals may respond to differing treatment approaches with varying degrees of success depending upon their personality characteristics. The current paper attempts to examine how a tendency to engage in externalizing behaviors, as measured by the Child Behavior Checklist, may impact on treatment success for anxiety in a sample of 71 children. Results lend preliminary support to the hypothesis that the presence of an externalizing behavior disorder in a child may interfere with treatment success for anxiety disorders.
Child & Family Behavior Therapy
"Externalizing disorders and the treatment of child anxiety: A preliminary study" (2002). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 3189.