C. Barr Taylor

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  • A longitudinal investigation of anxiety sensitivity in adolescence JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY Weems, C. F., Hayward, C., Killen, J., Taylor, C. B. 2002; 111 (3): 471-477


    This investigation sought to expand existing knowledge of anxiety sensitivity in a sample of high school students (N = 2,365) assessed over 4 years. The stability of anxiety sensitivity levels across assessment periods was examined, and cluster analyses were used to identify different developmental pathways in levels of anxiety sensitivity. Groups of adolescents with stable low, stable high, and escalating anxiety sensitivity levels were identified. Adolescents with stable high or escalating anxiety sensitivity were significantly more likely to report experiencing a panic attack than individuals with stable low anxiety sensitivity. Results also indicated that Asian and Hispanic adolescents tended to report higher anxiety sensitivity but that their anxiety sensitivity was less strongly associated with panic than that of Caucasian adolescents.

    View details for DOI 10.1037//0021-843X.111.3.471

    View details for Web of Science ID 000176960100007

    View details for PubMedID 12150423

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