The role of anxiety and gender in anticipation and avoidance of naturalistic anxiety-provoking experiences during adolescence: An ecological momentary assessment study

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Objective “Anxiety symptoms often increase in late childhood/early adolescence, particularly among girls. However, few studies examine anxiety-relevant gender differences during anticipation and avoidance of naturalistic experiences during adolescence. The current study uses ecological momentary assessment (EMA) to examine associations among clinical anxiety, gender, anticipation, and attempted avoidance of person-specific anxiety-provoking experiences in youth ages 8–18.”

Authors: Ashley R. Smith, Emily L. Jones, Anni R. Subar, Quyen B. Do, Katharina Kircanski, Ellen Leibenluft, Melissa A. Brotman, Daniel S. Pine, Jennifer S. Silk

First published: 22 June 2022

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