Volume 19, Issue 1
Children Anxieties as Interactional Behaviors
This article shows a research made from a systemic point of view. After definig the various types of anxiety in children as ""disfunctional fears"", the interactional typical patterns and beliefs present in significant adults as feed-backs related with the problem, are shown. The outcomes suggest a psycho-social nature of childrens' fears, and the possibility to obtain a ""relational diagnosic"" in order to select an appropriate treatment.
disfunctional fears, typical interactional patterns, beliefs about the problem behaviour, feed-back