By Deborah C. Beidel
Baby anxiousness problems, 2d variation, beneficial properties sections on pharmacological and mental interventions, sleep and anxiousness issues, and race, ethnic, and cultural elements within the quarter of formative years nervousness problems. An creation to kid's fears -- An creation to adolescence anxiousness problems -- Developmental concerns -- Etiological elements within the improvement of hysteria issues -- Sleep and anxiousness problems in kids -- over the top fear and generalized anxiousness ailment -- particular phobia -- institution refusal -- Separation nervousness affliction -- Social nervousness sickness and selective mutism -- Obsessive-compulsive illness and trichotillomania -- Panic disease -- Posttraumatic rigidity affliction
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Older children are fearful of injury, economic and political catastrophes, and social rejection. In discussing their developmental nature, Miller (1983) reported that around age 2, fear of the toilet is common. Dogs seem to provoke the most fear at age 3, while fear of the dark is most salient at age 4. At age 6, school-related anxiety becomes predominant, then decreases somewhat in intensity until around age 11, when there is another increase. Fears of injury and social anxiety remain stable throughout the life span from the time of their first appearance in early childhood.
Consistent with other studies, younger children 16 Child Anxiety Disorders reported more fears of animals, whereas older children reported more fears of social evaluation and psychic stress. Similarly, older adolescents (16- to 17-year-olds) in Spain had more social fears than early (12- to 13-year-olds) or midadolescents (14- to 15-year-olds; Garcia-Lopez, Ingles, & Garcia-Fernandez, 2008). All of these developmental studies consistently demonstrate that younger children fear specific events, particularly those related to physical danger, whereas older children are more likely to endorse social fears and general distress.
Younger children are not capable of detecting, and therefore reporting, negative cognitions. Thus, as a result of basic cognitive immaturity, the cognitive dimension of anxiety may be absent in very young children; at the very least, it probably does not exist in the same format as that of older children, adolescents, and adults. , 1979; Vasey, 1993). As noted, young children’s fears tend to center on physical, external events (dogs, burglars). With increasing age, they develop the ability to consider the future, and their thoughts include catastrophic events and concerns about social evaluation.