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Anxiety in schools

Jerrell C. Cassady

Anxiety in schools

the causes, consequences, and solutions for academic anxieties

by Jerrell C. Cassady

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Published by Peter Lang in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementJerrell C. Cassady, editor
SeriesEducational psychology -- v. 2, Educational psychology (New York, N.Y.) -- v. 2.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB1051 .A616 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 207 p. :
Number of Pages207
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24461928M
ISBN 101433106337
ISBN 109781433106330
LC Control Number2009035451
OCLC/WorldCa435628936

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The concept of «academic anxiety» is a new construct, formed through the content within this book, and is proposed as a unifying representation for various forms of specialized manifestations of anxiety in school settings. School anxiety is awful for children and heartwrenching for parents.

It’s so common, but it doesn’t always look the same. Sometimes it will dress itself up as illness (headaches, tummy aches), sometimes as a tantrum or fierce defiance, and sometimes it looks exactly as you would expect.

This book describes the aetiology, prevalence and frequency of anxiety disorders among college students. An overview of stress among students in developing countries is given, and how it may affect the emergence of certain diseases, such as cancer and diabetes.

The effects of disclosure of past stressful events in students is also examined as well as the variables that point to the. As the rate of children with anxiety climbs steadily, teachers and parents need ways to help children manage their anxiety while at school.

In Helping Children Manage Anxiety at School, author Colleen Wildenhaus uses her experience as a parent and teacher to help parents and teachers understand anxiety, create a classroom environment that supports positive mental 4/5(6).

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Students with Anxiety in the Schools: The Role of the School Counselor Personal experience is often like a bright light exposing the gap between reality and perception It’s A.M.

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Indeed, we all will benefit from exercise, healthful food choices, positive relationships and adequate sleep. But the college situation, life in general, and the anxiety itself make achieving these goals daunting.

The best part about this book is that it is interactive. Huebner’s book is both a story and an activity book. Children will have an opportunity to draw and write throughout the book. Dawn Huebner created another book on anxiety and OCD, called Outsmarting Worry, for kids who are a bit older, between the ages of 9 and This book is much.

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