Margaret Koselka

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Cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT) protocols for panic disorder (PD) consist of a set of interventions that often includes some form of breathing retraining (BR). A controlled outcome study was designed to assess the necessity of BR in the context of a multicomponent CBT protocol. To accomplish this, patients with PD (N = 77) were randomly assigned to(More)
Epidemiologic reports have consistently found that females are at greater risk for the development of panic disorder, in particular, when it is accompanied by agoraphobia. Although gender appears to be a well-established risk factor for the development of phobic avoidance, the mechanisms that account for this increased risk have yet to be delineated. Often,(More)
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