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By David A. Clark PhD, Aaron T. Beck MD

Updating and reformulating Aaron T. Beck’s pioneering cognitive version of tension problems, this groundbreaking paintings is either authoritative and hugely sensible. The authors synthesize the newest considering and empirical information on nervousness remedy and provide step by step guideline in cognitive overview, case formula, cognitive restructuring, and behavioral intervention. they supply evidence-based mini-manuals for treating the 5 commonest nervousness issues: panic ailment, social phobia, generalized anxiousness ailment, obsessive–compulsive ailment, and posttraumatic rigidity illness. trouble-free good points comprise shiny case examples, concise “Clinician instructions” that make stronger key issues, and over 3 dozen reproducible handouts and kinds. (20100401)

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In this chapter we examine the nature and persistence of anxiety. We present the cognitive model of anxiety as an explanation for one of the most important and perplexing questions faced by mental health researchers and practitioners: Why does anxiety persist despite the absence of danger and the obvious maladaptive effects of this highly aversive emotional state? 1) followed by a discussion of its central tenets, a description of the model, analysis of the cognitive basis of normal and abnormal anxiety, and a statement of key cognitive hypotheses.

When threatening information about specific objects or situations is conveyed to the individual). Fourth, people often experience traumatic events without developing a conditioned fear response (Rachman, 1977). , painful dental work). And finally, the two-­factor theory has difficulty explaining the epidemiology of phobias (Rachman, 1977). For example, fear of snakes is much more common than dental phobia, and yet many more people experience the pain of dental work than are bitten by snakes.  Anxiety: A Common but Multifaceted Condition 25 Although various refinements were proposed, it became clear that the two-­factor theory of conditioning was unable to explain the development and persistence of human fears and anxiety disorders.

When threatening information about specific objects or situations is conveyed to the individual). Fourth, people often experience traumatic events without developing a conditioned fear response (Rachman, 1977). , painful dental work). And finally, the two-­factor theory has difficulty explaining the epidemiology of phobias (Rachman, 1977). For example, fear of snakes is much more common than dental phobia, and yet many more people experience the pain of dental work than are bitten by snakes.  Anxiety: A Common but Multifaceted Condition 25 Although various refinements were proposed, it became clear that the two-­factor theory of conditioning was unable to explain the development and persistence of human fears and anxiety disorders.

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