Neuroimaging in social anxiety disorder—a meta-analytic review resulting in a new neurofunctional model.

@article{Brhl2014NeuroimagingIS,
  title={Neuroimaging in social anxiety disorder—a meta-analytic review resulting in a new neurofunctional model.},
  author={Annette B. Br{\"u}hl and Aba Delsignore and Katja Komossa and Steffi Weidt},
  journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews},
  year={2014},
  volume={47},
  pages={260-80}
}
Social anxiety disorder (SAD) is one of the most frequent anxiety disorders. The landmark meta-analysis of functional neuroimaging studies by Etkin and Wager (2007) revealed primarily the typical fear circuit as overactive in SAD. Since then, new methodological developments such as functional connectivity and more standardized structural analyses of grey and white matter have been developed. We provide a comprehensive update and a meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies in SAD since 2007 and… CONTINUE READING
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