Towards a framework for increasing help-seeking for social anxiety disorder
Social anxiety disorder (SAnD) is a condition in which the individual experiences persistent, excessive fear in social and performance situations, leading to their avoidance, or intense distress and impaired role functioning, including social, educational and occupational, and routine functioning (American Psychiatric Association, 2000). Estimates of the prevalence of social phobia vary markedly (Fehm et al., 2005; Furmark, 2002; Somers et al., 2006). However, the condition is clearly common in...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australian and new Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 47.10 (2013): 899-903|
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