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A number of mechanisms are proposed in learning theories as contributors to the pathogenesis of social phobia (Stemberger et al. 1995), and risk factors for social anxiety are summarized in Table 12–16.

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TABLE 12–16. Risk factors for social anxiety
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TABLE 12–17. Biological models of social anxiety disorder

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