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The structure of posttraumatic stress symptoms.
Posttraumatic stress disorder, as defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (3rd ed., rev. and 4th ed.; American Psychiatric Association, 1987, 1994, respectively), isExpand
Alexithymia in somatoform disorder patients with chronic pain.
The prevalence of alexithymia in fifty-five motor vehicle accident survivors who had chronic pain complaints and met DSM-III-R criteria for somatoform pain disorder was 53%. Alexithymic andExpand
Alprazolam and exposure alone and combined in panic disorder with agoraphobia. A controlled study in London and Toronto.
A cross-national randomised trial of alprazolam for chronic panic disorder with agoraphobia was run. Compared with previous trials it had three new features: an exposure therapy contrast group, aExpand
Symptoms of PTSD in 124 survivors of the Holocaust.
  • Klaus Kuch, B. Cox
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American journal of psychiatry
  • 1 March 1992
OBJECTIVE Survivors of the Holocaust are expected to be at risk for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but few empirical data are available. This study investigated PTSD symptoms in HolocaustExpand
Alprazolam in panic disorder and agoraphobia: results from a multicenter trial. III. Discontinuation effects.
Preliminary reports of discontinuation of alprazolam therapy in patients with panic disorder have revealed worsening of symptoms despite gradual withdrawal of medication. In this study, 126 patientsExpand
Pre-treatment predictors of treatment outcome in panic disorder and agoraphobia treated with alprazolam and exposure.
Pre-treatment predictors of treatment outcome were examined in a group of 144 patients with panic disorder and agoraphobia randomly allocated to alprazolam+exposure (AE), placebo+exposure (PE),Expand
Brief treatment of emergency room patients with panic attacks.
OBJECTIVE Most research on treatment for panic disorder has involved chronic forms of the illness. To determine the efficacy of early intervention, the authors examined the effects of treatment forExpand
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after Car Accidents
Survivors of car crashes often suffer from a posttraumatic fear of driving, generalized anxiety and depression. Unremitting pains are also common. As part of a pilot study 30 referred subjects wereExpand
Gender effects and alcohol use in panic disorder with agoraphobia.
Previous studies have found some significant, but weak, gender differences in panic and agoraphobia with females generally being more symptomatic. The present study sought to expand this line ofExpand
Relationship of panic, anticipatory anxiety, agoraphobia and global improvement in panic disorder with agoraphobia treated with alprazolam and exposure.
In a controlled trial of alprazolam and exposure in 154 patients with panic disorder with agoraphobia, relations between panic, anticipatory anxiety, and phobic avoidance were examined. The threeExpand