Loo Gee, Brendan Djin Goh
Social anxiety is a common mental health problem. Many people do
not seek help due to barriers to accessing services. Novel
methods have been explored that enhance existing assessments and
treatments to be more accessible to people outside a clinic.
Ecological Momentary Assessments (EMA) are real-time approaches
that allow a person to self-assess their anxiety while they
engage in daily activities. Ecological Momentary Interventions
(EMI) are approaches that...[Show more]
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