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References & Efficacy Data

Below are a list of references from the Mastery of your Anxiety and Worry, Second Edition Therapist Guide and Client Workbook. By clicking on any of the hyperlinked article references, you will open a browser window outside of the OUP-USA website. Efficacy data is reported in those references appearing in bold.

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