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From: Times of India

Optimism helps teens tackle anxiety

Times of India:

Training teens to develop a positive outlook might help them tackle anxiety effectively as adults, according to a new research.

“For example, I might wave at someone I recently met on the other side of the street,” says experimental psychologist Jennifer Lau from Oxford University, who led the study.

“If they don’t wave back, I might think they didn’t remember me – or alternatively, I might think they’re snubbing me. People with anxiety are more likely to assume the latter interpretation,” Lau said

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