Emotional reactivity to a single inhalation of 35% carbon dioxide and its association with later symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder and anxiety in soldiers deployed to Iraq.

@article{Telch2012EmotionalRT,
  title={Emotional reactivity to a single inhalation of 35% carbon dioxide and its association with later symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder and anxiety in soldiers deployed to Iraq.},
  author={Michael J Telch and David Rosenfield and Han-Joo Lee and Anushka Pai},
  journal={Archives of general psychiatry},
  year={2012},
  volume={69 11},
  pages={1161-8}
}
CONTEXT The identification of modifiable predeployment vulnerability factors that increase the risk of combat stress reactions among soldiers once deployed to a war zone offers significant potential for the prevention of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other combat-related stress disorders. Adults with anxiety disorders display heightened emotional reactivity to a single inhalation of 35% carbon dioxide (CO(2)); however, data investigating prospective linkages between emotional… CONTINUE READING
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