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A childhood neurosis is the occurence of a broad range of neurotic conditions in children , characterized by anxiety, fears, obsessive thoughts, compulsions, dissociation and depression


Epidemiology of these complaintsEdit

Relationship between childhood neurosis and subsequent mental healthEdit

Behavioral treatment of these conditionsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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