RESEARCH SUMMARIES

Review these short summaries of recent research on social anxiety and its evidence-based treatment.

 

IMAGERY RESCRIPTING FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY IMPROVES POSITIVE MEMORY AND CORE BELIEFS


SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING WHEN TREATING SOCIAL ANXIETY


DECREASE IN POST-EVENT PROCESSING AS SOCIAL ANXIETY IMPROVES THROUGH CBT


VISIBLE SYMPTOMS VS. PERFORMANCE IN SOCIAL ANXIETY


FADING POSITIVE MEMORIES IN SOCIAL ANXIETY


TRADITIONAL CBT VS. ACCEPTANCE & COMMITMENT THERAPY (ACT) FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY


PRE- AND POST-EVENT RUMINATION IMPORTANT FACTORS IN SOCIAL ANXIETY


“HANGXIETY”: SOCIALLY ANXIOUS PERSONS
EXPERIENCE INCREASED ANXIETY THE DAY AFTER DRINKING


COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY WITH
RELATIONAL FOCUS (CBT-R)
MORE EFFECTIVE FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY THAN
EXPOSURE THERAPY AND RELAXATION


NEGATIVE SELF-BIAS AMONG THE SOCIALLY ANXIOUS;
POSITIVE SELF-BIAS AMONG OTHERS


PERFECTIONISM INCREASING OVER GENERATIONS


VERBAL SUGGESTIONS ENHANCE SOCIAL ANXIETY TREATMENT


INTERNET-DELIVERED CBT FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY


THE INTERACTION OF DISTRESS TOLERANCE AND
INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY IN
CBT FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY


VIDEO FEEDBACK FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY


GENETIC LINKS TO SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER


CBT ALONE MORE EFFECTIVE FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY THAN MEDICATION, OR MEDICATION + CBT
—and—
CBT FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY CHANGES THE BRAIN


VIRTUAL REALITY EXPOSURE THERAPY FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY


IS BEHAVIOR THERAPY MORE EFFICIENT THAN CBT FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS?