Social anxiety treatment studies
The following open access articles cover evaluations of cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder and descriptions of some of the specialised procedures involved in the treatment.
‘I’m unlikeable, boring, weird, foolish, inferior, inadequate’: how to address the persistent negative self-evaluations that are central to social anxiety disorder with cognitive therapy
Internet-based cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder in Hong Kong: A randomized controlled trial.
More than doubling the clinical benefit of each hour of therapist time: an RCT of internet cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder
Internet-delivered therapist-assisted cognitive therapy for adolescent social anxiety disorder (OSCA): An RCT addressing preliminary efficacy and mechanism of action
Lost in translation? Cross-cultural adaptation of internet-based cognitive therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder for use in Japan.
Mediation of clinical outcomes in cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder delivered in routine clinical practice.
The effects of modifying mental imagery in adolescent social anxiety
Treating social anxiety disorder remotely with cognitive therapy
Internet-based Cognitive Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder in Hong Kong: Therapist Training and Dissemination Case Series (Description of the therapist training programme and preliminary evaluation of our internet version of cognitive therapy for SAD in Hong Kong)
Seeing is believing- Using video feedback in cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder (a guide to using video feedback. Includes a link to a demonstration of the technique)
Cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder in adolescents: A developmental case series
Social phobia: The role of in-situation safety behaviours in maintaining anxiety and negative beliefs
Within-person process-outcome relationships in residential cognitive and interpersonal psychotherapy for social anxiety disorder: A reanalysis using disaggregated data
The cost effectiveness of psychological and pharmacological interventions for social anxiety disorder- a model based economic analysis (NICE’s cost effectiveness analysis of treatments for SAD)
Psychological and pharmacological interventions for social anxiety disorder in adults- a systematic review and network meta-analysis (NICE’s network meta-analysis of treatments for SAD)
Internet delivered cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder- A development pilot series(Description of the development and preliminary evaluation of our internet version of cognitive therapy for SAD)
Treatment specific competence predicts outcome in cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder(Description of the competency rating scale for CT-SAD and a demonstration that it predicts patient outcome)
Imagery rescripting of early traumatic memories in social phobia (A guide to the use of imagery rescripting within cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder)
An interpretative phenomenological perspective on cognitive therapy for social phobia (A qualitative analysis of patient’s experience with CT-SAD)
Rescripting early memories linked to negative images in social phobia (Research paper on imagery rescripting within cognitive therapy for SAD)
When the present visits the past: Updating traumatic memories in social phobia (Research paper on imagery rescripting within cognitive therapy for SAD)
Social anxiety basic research
Is concentration an indirect link between social anxiety and educational achievement in adolescents?
Cognitive predictors of adolescent social anxiety
Disrupted joint action accounts for reduced likability of socially anxious individuals
Interpretation bias in online and offline social environments and associations with social anxiety, peer victimisation, and avoidance behaviour
Accessing social media: Help or hindrance for people with social anxiety?
Sub-types of safety behaviours and their effects on social anxiety disorder
Understanding social anxiety disorder in adolescents and improving treatment outcomes: applying the cognitive model of Clark and Wells (1995)
Focusing attention on oneself increases the perception of being observed by others
Faces in a crowd- high socially anxious individuals estimate that more people are looking at them than low socially anxious individuals (Experimental study of the origins of socially anxious individuals’ feeling that other people are staring at them)
Socially anxious and confident men interact with a forward virtual woman- An experimental study (Exploration of virtual reality as an experimental paradigm for social anxiety disorders)
Perception of arousal in social anxiety (Experimental study of the perception of arousal in social anxiety)