Comorbidity of anxiety and unipolar mood disorders.

@article{Mineka1998ComorbidityOA,
  title={Comorbidity of anxiety and unipolar mood disorders.},
  author={Susan Mineka and David Watson and Lee Anna Clark},
  journal={Annual review of psychology},
  year={1998},
  volume={49},
  pages={
          377-412
        }
}
Research on relationships between anxiety and depression has proceeded at a rapid pace since the 1980s. The similarities and differences between these two conditions, as well as many of the important features of the comorbidity of these disorders, are well understood. The genotypic structure of anxiety and depression is also fairly well documented. Generalized anxiety and major depression share a common genetic diathesis, but the anxiety disorders themselves are genetically hetergeneous… 
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