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Whiteside Sections Overview About About Faculty and Staff Research Team Research Research Increasing Treatment Access Through Technology Intensive Treatment for Childhood Anxiety and OCD Improving the Effectiveness of Therapy Funding...
Whiteside's previous and ongoing projects include: Development of electronic tools for the assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders Neuroimaging to evaluate the effectiveness of psychological treatments for obsessive-compulsive disorder (...
Pediatric anxiety disorders The goal of this multidisciplinary research group is to improve the care of children and adolescents with anxiety disorders, including obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Here are the highlights: OCD lesions of the capitellum are common in overhead athletes and can be difficult to treat.
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