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Cartwright-Hatton, Sam Library of Congress/NACO National Library and Archives of Québec National Library of Israel German National Library BIBSYS National Library of France National Library of the Netherlands RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Sudoc [ABES], France

Cartwright-Hatton, Samantha. NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library ISNI

Sam Cartwright-Hatton researcher ORCID ID = 0000-0003-3868-3540 Wikidata

VIAF ID: 271808887 (Personal)


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Adult models of anxiety and their application to children and adolescents Wikidata
Anxiety in a neglected population: prevalence of anxiety disorders in pre-adolescent children. Wikidata
Catastrophic worries in mothers of adolescents with internalizing disorders. Wikidata
CBT & anxiety [VR], c2003: Library of Congress/NACO German National Library National Library of Israel
Cognitive Therapy with Children and Families: Treating Internalizing Disorders Wikidata
Coping with an anxious or depressed child, 2007: Library of Congress/NACO National Library and Archives of Québec German National Library National Library of France
Development and preliminary validation of the Meta-cognitions Questionnaire-Adolescent Version. Wikidata
Does parental anxiety cause biases in the processing of child-relevant threat material? Wikidata
Essential abnormal and clinical psychology Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library German National Library
From timid to tiger : a treatment manual for parenting the anxious child National Library of the Netherlands BIBSYS
Future directions for child anxiety theory and treatment Wikidata
Maternal anxiety and cognitive biases towards threat in their own and their child's environment. Wikidata
Maternal Disciplinary Style with Preschool Children: Associations with Children's and Mothers' Trait Anxiety Wikidata
Metacognitive beliefs in adolescents with an at-risk mental state for psychosis. Wikidata
Mieux vivre avec un enfant déprimé ou anxieux National Library and Archives of Québec Sudoc [ABES], France RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of France
A new parenting-based group intervention for young anxious children: results of a randomized controlled trial. Wikidata
No Significant Evidence of Cognitive Biases for Emotional Stimuli in Children At-Risk of Developing Anxiety Disorders. Wikidata
Non-clinical obsessions in a young adolescent population: frequency and association with metacognitive variables. Wikidata
Observer Perspective in Adolescence: The Relationship with Social Anxiety and Age Wikidata
Parenting in mothers with borderline personality disorder and impact on child outcomes. Wikidata
Parenting Skills Training: An Effective Intervention for Internalizing Symptoms in Younger Children? Wikidata
Preventing family transmission of anxiety: Feasibility RCT of a brief intervention for parents Wikidata
The relationship between parenting factors and trait anxiety: mediating role of cognitive errors and metacognition. Wikidata
Research into Anxiety of Childhood: Playing Catch-up (to Olympic Standard) Wikidata
A short form of the metacognitions questionnaire: properties of the MCQ-30 Wikidata
Social anxiety in adolescents: the effect of video feedback on anxiety and the self-evaluation of performance. Wikidata
Social anxiety in children: social skills deficit, or cognitive distortion? Wikidata
Systematic review of the efficacy of cognitive behaviour therapies for childhood and adolescent anxiety disorders. Wikidata
Treating anxiety in early life. Wikidata
Uncontrollable thought, 1996: Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
What do parents worry about? Examination of the construct of parent worry and the relation to parent and child anxiety. Wikidata
Working collaboratively with parents and carers in cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) Wikidata
Worry in Childhood and Adolescence Wikidata

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