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The economic burden of anxiety disorders in the 1990s.
A human capital model of the societal cost of anxiety disorders is estimated, finding that posttraumatic stress disorder and panic disorder are the anxiety disorders found to have the highest rates of service use. Expand
Aggression in humans correlates with cerebrospinal fluid amine metabolites
Cerebrospinal fluid of the major central metabolites of serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine--5HIAA, 3-methoxy-4-hydroxy=phenylglycol (MHPG), and homovanillic acid (HVA), respectively--were studied in a group of 26 age-similar military men with no history of major psychiatric illness, but with various personality disorders and difficulties adjusting to military life. Expand
Consensus statement on generalized anxiety disorder from the International Consensus Group on Depression and Anxiety.
GAD is the most common anxiety disorder in primary care and is highly debilitating, and it is frequently comorbid with depression and other anxiety disorders, which exacerbates functional impairment. Expand
A controlled trial of daily left prefrontal cortex TMS for treating depression
Daily left prefrontal TMS for 2 weeks significantly reduced depression symptoms greater than did sham and active TMS subjects had significantly greater improvement on the Beck Depression Inventory as well as the Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale. Expand
Vagus nerve stimulation: a new tool for brain research and therapy∗
Vagus nerve stimulation appears to be a promising new somatic intervention that may improve the understanding of brain function and has promise in the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders. Expand