4 edition of Anxiety and its treatment found in the catalog.
Anxiety and its treatment
John H. Greist
|Statement||John H. Greist, James W. Jefferson & Isaac M. Marks.|
|Contributions||Jefferson, James W., Marks, Isaac Meyer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 284 p.|
|Number of Pages||284|
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However, the constructs of social anxiety, social anxiety disorder (SAD), and shyness share much common ground. Anxiety encompasses feelings of worry, nervousness, or dread. Although unpleasant, occasional bouts of anxiety are natural and sometimes even productive: By signaling that something isn’t quite.
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