Panic and generalized anxiety disorders: Nature and treatment

@inproceedings{Barlow1984PanicAG,
  title={Panic and generalized anxiety disorders: Nature and treatment},
  author={David H Barlow and Alan S. Cohen and M T Waddell and Bonnie B. Vermilyea and Janet S. Klosko and Edward B. Blanchard and Peter A. Di Nardo},
  year={1984}
}
Eleven patients meeting DSM-III criteria for panic disorder and nine meeting the criteria for generalized anxiety disorder were assessed comprehensively and divided into a treatment and a wait list control group. The assessment revealed significant differences between PD and GAD patients, with PD patients showing higher somatic responding on both questionnaire and psychophysiological assessment measures. Treatment consisted of somatically oriented (EMG biofeedback and relaxation) and cognitive… CONTINUE READING

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