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It is generally accepted that females are more vulnerable to anxiety disorders than males - some studies find that women are twice as likely to be diagnosed with anxiety disorders. In general, severe anxiety symptoms, impairment due to anxiety, and anxiety disorders are more prevalent in women than in men.
We see similar sex-reliant patterns in young boys and girls, and current research is being conducted in an attempt to determine what could be causing these differences: While there could be many factors contributing to these statistics, one way in which researchers have approached this question is by investigating how the risk factors of anxiety differentially affect girls and boys.
In an effort to better understand these risk factors, I conducted a study at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, under the guidance of my research supervisor Dr. Jac Andrews, in order to determine if and which risk factors of anxiety affect girls differently from boys. In our study, we investigated whether children's attributional style and their perceptions of their parents' stress could predict anxiety symptoms, and if these risk factors would predict anxiety differently in girls as compared to boys.
Attributional style refers to how individuals rationalize and analyze outcomes of day-to-day life events. A child with a negative attributional style often credits external factors for their successes, and blames themselves for negative life events or outcomes e.
Children with a negative attributional style tend to believe that they face these negative events due to their own fault, and that they will be present in their lives constantly and permanently.