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Trickle-Down Anxiety: Study Examines Parental Behaviors that Create Anxious Children - 11/02/2012

Trickle-Down Anxiety: Study Examines Parental Behaviors that Create Anxious Children

Release Date: November 2, 2012

Parents with social anxiety disorder are more likely than parents with other forms of anxiety to engage in behaviors that put their children at high risk for developing angst of their own, according to a small study of parent-child pairs conducted at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.

For additional information: http://www.hopkinschildrens.org/Study-Examines-Parental-Behaviors-that-Create-Anxious-Children.aspx

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