Evidence-based medicine evaluation of electrophysiological studies of the anxiety disorders.

@article{Clark2009EvidencebasedME,
  title={Evidence-based medicine evaluation of electrophysiological studies of the anxiety disorders.},
  author={C. Richard Clark and Cherrie Galletly and David J. Ash and Kathryn A. Moores and Rebecca A Penrose and Alexander Cowell McFarlane},
  journal={Clinical EEG and neuroscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={
          84-112
        }
}
We provide a systematic, evidence-based medicine (EBM) review of the field of electrophysiology in the anxiety disorders. Presently, electrophysiological studies of anxiety focus primarily on etiological aspects of brain dysfunction. The review highlights many functional similarities across studies, but also identifies patterns that clearly differentiate disorder classifications. Such measures offer clinical utility as reliable and objective indicators of brain dysfunction in individuals and… CONTINUE READING
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