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Chorpita, BF and Barlow, DH (1998) The development of anxiety: the role of control in the early environment. Psychological Bulletin, Vol.124, No.1, Pp.3-21.
Current developments in cognitive and emotion theory suggest that anxiety plays a rather central role in negative emotions. [1st sentence of the abstract]
“...conditioning models.. have become increasingly relevant to traditional developmental notions of attachment..., inhibition.., and coping and resilience.” [p. 3]
[bottom of page 10 of handout]Examples of the conditioning models they discuss are the two below. They are in the same volume, which is housed on the periodicals shelves at Birkbeck main library, under N for Nebraska.
Gray, J.A. and McNaughton, N. (1996) The neuropsychology of anxiety: A reprise. In D.A. Hope (Ed.,), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Perspectives on anxiety, panic, and fear. (Vol 43, pp. 61-134). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
Mineka, S and Zinbarg, R. (1996) Conditioning and ethological models of anxiety disorders. In D.A. Hope (Ed.,), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Perspectives on anxiety, panic, and fear. (Vol 43, pp. 135-210). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.