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Patterns of Sub-optimal Change following CBT for Childhood Anxiety

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Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis: Risks of Anxiety Disorders in Offspring of Parents With Mood Disorders.

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Maternal Experienced Bereavement and Offspring Mental Health in Early Adulthood: The Role of Modifiable Parental Factors

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Cognitive and behavioural processes in adolescents with social anxiety disorder

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Child mental health and income gradient from early childhood to adolescence: Evidence from the UK

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Yang M. et al, (2023), SSM - Population Health

Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents: An overview of the literature

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CRESWELL C. et al, (2023), Behaviour Research and Therapy

Parents' experiences of parenting a preadolescent children with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD): a qualitative study

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CHESSELL C. et al, (2023), Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties

A qualitative study exploring the benefits of involving young people in mental health research

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Watson R. et al, (2023), Health Expectations

Changes in UK Parental Mental Health Symptoms over 10 months of the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Skripkauskaite S. et al, (2023), JCPP Advances

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