Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and School Success
A review of a study about the relationship between cognitive behavioral therapy and school success.
# 96366 | 1,198 words | 1 source | APA | 2007 |
Published on Jul 02, 2007 in Education (Education Psychology) , Psychology (Child and Adolescent) , Psychology (Disorders) , Psychology (Therapies) , Education (Elementary School)
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This paper reviews a study that explored the impact of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and the school success of students with anxiety disorders. The author presented the study's hypothesis and methodology. The paper also detailed the population that was used for the study. Finally the reviewer gave the conclusions of the study, which showed that CBT therapy over time will decrease overall anxiety in school children.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Wood, Jeffrey (March 2006) "Effect of anxiety reduction on children's school performance and social adjustment", Developmental Psychology, 42(2), 345-349
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