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  1. Mar 1, 2018 · Barlow’s model, which explains the origins of anxiety disorders, contains three components: a generalized biological vulnerability (having an anxious temperament or low threshold for the...

    • Arash Emamzadeh
  2. The triple vulnerability model (Barlow, 2000, 2002) posits that three vulnerabilities contribute to the etiology of emotional disorders: (1) general biological vulnerability (i.e., dimensions of temperament such as neuroticism and extraversion); (2) general psychological vulnerability (i.e., perceiv …

    • Timothy A. Brown, Kristin Naragon-Gainey
    • 2013
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  4. Jul 22, 2017 · The psychosocial vulnerability model posits that personality factors (e.g., hostility) can lead to more stressful interpersonal experiences and insufficient social support, resulting in psychosocial stress in addition to physiological stress deriving directly from the emotional response.

  5. A model of an integrated set of vulnerabilities is summarized, including a generalized biological (heritable) vulnerability, a generalized psychological vulnerability based on early experiences that contributes to the development of a sense of control over salient events, and a more specific psychological vulnerability associated with learning ...

  6. Nov 30, 2015 · Vulnerability theory takes seriously the political and legal implications of the fact that we live within a fragile materiality. We are, all of us, vulnerable. Sometimes our vulnerability is realized in the form of dependency on others for care, cooperation, or assistance. Sometimes it is realized in our dependency on social arrangements, such ...

  7. Oct 1, 2006 · The Cognitive Vulnerability Model draws on a considerable body of research that implicates the vulnerability variables in the determination of anxiety, fear and phobia. Although much of this research is not directly aimed at testing the relationship of the vulnerability variables to specific.

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