F J Rodriguez-Villa

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OBJECTIVE This investigation examines the prevalence and characteristics of medical illness in 711 patients enrolled in the Harvard/Brown Anxiety Disorders Research Program (HARP), a multi-center, longitudinal study of anxiety disorders. METHOD Eligible subjects were those with present or past index anxiety disorders: panic disorder without agoraphobia,(More)
This study sought to describe clinical and demographic characteristics differentiating patients with DSM-III-R simple phobias comorbid with one or more of five DSM-III-R index anxiety disorders as compared with those with the index diagnoses alone. From 711 subjects participating in a multicenter, longitudinal, naturalistic study of anxiety disorders, 115(More)
This study explores the potential differences in comorbidity and course between primary generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), which develops before other anxiety disorders, and secondary GAD. As part of the Harvard/Brown Anxiety Research Project (HARP), a naturalistic, long-term, longitudinal study of 711 subjects from a variety of clinic settings with DSM(More)
Recently there has been increasing interest in the relationship of the personality and the anxiety disorders. This paper presents comorbidity findings between DSM-III-R personality pathology and several DSM-III-R anxiety disorders and makes direct comparisons between anxiety groups. This is the most extensive comparison of this kind reported thus far. This(More)
The authors investigated the prevalence and characteristics of somatoform (SOM) disorders among 654 subjects with anxiety disorders who were part of the larger Harvard/Brown Anxiety Disorders Research Project. Thirty-six (5.5%) of the subjects had past or current SOM disorders. The subjects with SOM disorders were significantly more likely to have histories(More)
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