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Farrell, Lara J

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Patterns of response and remission following a One-Session Treatment for Blood-Injection-Injury Phobia in youth 105 104 0
One session treatment for specific phobias : an adaptation for paediatric blood–injection–injury phobia in youth 158 153 0
Parents' perceptions of novel treatments for child and adolescent specific phobia and anxiety disorders 97 97 0
Difficult-to-treat pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder : feasibility and preliminary results of a randomized pilot trial of d-cycloserine-augmented behavior therapy 334 319 0
Intensive cognitive behavioural treatment for obsessive compulsive disorder in children and adolescents 142 140 0
One session treatment for pediatric blood-injection-injury phobia : a controlled multiple baseline trial 144 143 0
Augmenting one-session treatment of children's specific phobias with attention training to positive stimuli 800 1158 0
Brief intensive CBT for pediatric OCD with E-therapy maintenance 172 206 0
Using cognitive enhancers to improve the treatment of anxiety disorders in young people : examining the potential for D-cycloserine to augment exposure for child anxiety 343 266 1
Blood-Injection-Injury phobia and dog phobia in youth : psychological characteristics and associated features in a clinical sample 125 125 0
Treatment of aggressive obsessions in childhood obsessive-compulsive disorder 330 261 1
Responsibility beliefs, memory confidence, intolerance of uncertainty and the urge to check in childhood obsessive-compulsive disorder : an examination of cognitive theory 288 284 0
Phobic anxiety 37 37 0
Prognostic indicators of treatment response for children with anxiety disorders 46 45 1
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