A study on the role of parental practices on child psychopathic traits wins the II Research Award of the CPCA journal


The Journal of Clinical Psychology with Children and Adolescents has held today the call for its II Research Award for the best paper on assessment, psychopathology, and child and adolescent psychological treatment. The awards ceremony was attended by the General Director of TEA, Ms. Milagros Antón, and the Director of the…

Read more

Nighttime Fears Scale (NFS): A new instrument for clinical assessment

Children nightmares

Nighttime fears are very common in the childhood stage. On many occasions they are adaptive and transitory, however, they can cause much distress in children and other emotional problems, especially anxiety. A paper published in the Journal of Anxiety Disorders has presented a new standardized self-report to assess nighttime fears…

Read more

Study concludes that greater adherence to therapeutic protocol improves effects on depression, anxiety, and externalized symptoms


This study by AITANA recently published in the journal Studies in Educational Evaluation examines whether a greater degree of implementation fidelity of the Super Skills for Life program is related to its outcomes. Super Skills is a transdiagnostic program for the prevention of emotional problems (anxiety, depression, low self-esteem) in schoolchildren.…

Read more