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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy was previously published as Scandinavian Journal of Behaviour Therapy.

Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 41, Number 2, 1 June 2012

Biased Attentional Processing of Positive Stimuli in Social Anxiety Disorder: An Eye Movement Study
pp. 96-107(12)
Authors: Chen, Nigel T. M.; Clarke, Patrick J. F.; MacLeod, Colin; Guastella, Adam J.

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A Neutral Face Is Not Neutral Even if You Have Not Seen It: Social Anxiety Disorder and Affective Priming with Facial Expressions
pp. 108-118(11)
Authors: Lange, Wolf-Gero; Allart, Esther; Keijsers, Ger P.J.; Rinck, Mike; Becker, Eni S.

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Lack of a Benign Interpretation Bias in Social Anxiety Disorder
pp. 119-129(11)
Authors: Amir, Nader; Prouvost, Caroline; Kuckertz, Jennie M.

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Testing the Effects of Social Anxiety Disorder on Friendship Quality Across Gender and Ethnicity
pp. 130-139(10)
Authors: Rodebaugh, Thomas L.; Fernandez, Katya C.; Levinson, Cheri A.

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Romantic Relationships: Do Socially Anxious Individuals Benefit?
pp. 140-151(12)
Authors: Gordon, Elizabeth A.; Heimberg, Richard G.; Montesi, Jennifer L.; Fauber, Robert L.

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Social Anxiety and Emotion Regulation in Daily Life: Spillover Effects on Positive and Negative Social Events
pp. 152-162(11)
Authors: Farmer, Antonina Savostyanova; Kashdan, Todd B.

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Images of the Self and Self-Esteem: Do Positive Self-Images Improve Self-Esteem in Social Anxiety?
pp. 163-173(11)
Authors: Hulme, Natalie; Hirsch, Colette; Stopa, Lusia

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