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This study examined the relations between parental socialization of child anxious behaviors (i.e., reinforcement, punishment, modeling, transmission of information) and child anxiety and related problems at varying child sensitivity levels.

This study examined the relations between parental socialization of child anxious behaviors (i.e., reinforcement, punishment, modeling, transmission of information) and child anxiety and related problems at varying child sensitivity levels. Data corresponding to 70 clinic-referred children (M age = 9.86 years; 50 % girls; 49 % Hispanic/Latino, 51 % Caucasian) showed that for children with low (but not high) anxiety sensitivity, anxiety-related parental socialization behaviors were associated with more child anxiety and depression symptoms.

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  • 2015-06-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1007/s10578-014-0487-x
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      0009-398X
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      1573-3327
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    Holly, Lindsay E., & Pina, Armando A. (2015). Variations in the Influence of Parental Socialization of Anxiety among Clinic Referred Children. CHILD PSYCHIATRY & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, 46(3), 474-484. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10578-014-0487-x

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