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  • Author:
    Graham C. Davey,Frank Tallis
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    047194114X
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    Wiley; 1 edition (May 1994)
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    Mental Health
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In this volume, the experience and function of worry is described, and its aetiology and maintenance are explained from a broad range of theoretical perspectives.

In this volume, the experience and function of worry is described, and its aetiology and maintenance are explained from a broad range of theoretical perspectives.

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Chichester: Wiley, 1994. pp. 312. £2. 5 (hardback). ISBN: 4 x. Stephen Davies (a1). Head of Clinical Psychology Services for Older People, Essex & Herts Community NHS Trust. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 16 June 2009.

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Worrying: Perspectives on theory, assessment and treatment. Wiley series in clinical psychology. The experience and function of worry is described in considerable detail, and its aetiology and maintenance are explained from a broad range of theoretical perspectives.

Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology . 428. Author Biography.

The contributions in this comprehensive volume represent research conducted over the past 10 years. Practical and clinically relevant developments; several measurement instruments for the assessment of worry at all points along the developmental continuum; specific management and treatment strategies including a particularly useful tactic for modifying pessimism in worriers are among the issues discussed.