Distinguishing Dimensions of Anxiety and Depression

  title={Distinguishing Dimensions of Anxiety and Depression},
  author={Jack B. Nitschke and Wendy Heller and Jennifer C. Imig and Roderick P. McDonald and Gregory A. Miller},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
Symptom covariation and lack of symptom specificity have proven to be complicating factors in research on the emotional, cognitive, and physiologic characteristics of anxiety and depression. Numerous attempts have been made to investigate the unique and overlapping features of anxiety and depression. Of interest in the present study were potential distinctions among proposed types of anxiety and depression. A variety of self-report measures were administered to 783 college students… CONTINUE READING

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