Disorder-specific emotional imagery for differential and quantitative assessment of agoraphobia.

@article{Engel2012DisorderspecificEI,
  title={Disorder-specific emotional imagery for differential and quantitative assessment of agoraphobia.},
  author={K. Engel and Borwin Bandelow and Charlott Neumann and Katrin Ulrike Obst and Dirk Wedekind},
  journal={Current pharmaceutical design},
  year={2012},
  volume={18 35},
  pages={
          5638-44
        }
}
Visual emotional stimulation is supposed to elicit psycho-vegetative reactions, which are similar to as the ones elicited by exposure to actual experience. Visual stimulation paradigms have been widely used in studies on agoraphobia with and without panic disorder. However, the applied imagery has hardly ever been disorder- and subject- specific. 51 patients with an ICD-10 and DSM-IV diagnosis of agoraphobia with or without panic disorder (PDA) and matching healthy controls have been examined… CONTINUE READING
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