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Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
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Regarding parent-child interactions and Health Anxiety, early learning experiences arise from particular patterns of parent-child interaction that might predispose a person to develop excessive health anxiety as a child later in life. Learning experiences may exert their effects by shaping health-related beliefs and coping behaviors. What are the three types of parent-child patterns that would affect the development of health anxiety? Record the letter of the correct answer to the .