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Angst en angststoornissen

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Angst: van adaptieve emotie tot stoornis

Angststoornissen behoren tot de meest voorkomende vormen van psychopathologie bij kinderen en adolescenten. In dit hoofdstuk wordt uitgelegd hoe een adaptieve emotie als angst zich kan ontwikkelen tot een angststoornis. Dit gebeurt aan de hand van een transactioneel model waarin niet alleen kwetsbaarheidsfactoren (erfelijkheid, geïnhibeerd temperament, negatieve leerervaringen en ongunstige gezinsinvloeden), maar ook beschermende variabelen (waargenomen controle, doelbewuste controle) een rol spelen. Tevens wordt er aandacht besteed aan evidence-based diagnostiek en behandeling van angststoornissen bij jongeren.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.afdeling Klinisch Psychologische Wetenschap, Faculteit voor Psychologie en NeurowetenschappenUniversiteit MaastrichtMaastrichtThe Netherlands

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