Anxiety and Its Disorders: The Nature and Treatment of Anxiety and Panic
Guilford Press, 28.01.2004 - 704 Seiten
This landmark work is indispensable for anyone studying anxiety or seeking to deliver effective psychological and pharmacological treatments. Integrating insights from emotion theory, recent advances in cognitive science and neuroscience, and increasingly important findings from developmental psychology and learning, David H. Barlow comprehensively examines the phenomena of anxiety and panic, their origins, and the roles that each plays in normal and pathological functioning. Chapters coauthored by Barlow with other leading experts then outline what is currently known about the classification, presentation, etiology, assessment, and treatment of each of the DSM-IV anxiety disorders. A definitive resource for researchers and clinicians, this is also an ideal text for graduate-level courses.
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The Experience of Anxiety Shadow of Intelligence or Specter of Death?
Fear Anxiety and Theories of Emotion
The Nature of Anxious Apprehension
The Phenomenon of Panic
Provoking Panic in the Laboratory
Biological Aspects of Anxiety and Panic
True Alarms False Alarms and Learned Conditioned Anxiety The Origins of Panic and Phobia
The Origins of Anxious Apprehension Anxiety Disorders and Related Emotional Disorders Triple Vulnerabilities
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Social Phobia Social Anxiety Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Classification of Anxiety and Mood Disorders
Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia
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