Panic disorder: a review of DSM‐IV panic disorder and proposals for DSM‐V

@article{Craske2010PanicDA,
  title={Panic disorder: a review of DSM‐IV panic disorder and proposals for DSM‐V},
  author={M. Craske and K. Kircanski and A. Epstein and H. Wittchen and D. Pine and R. Lewis‐Fern{\'a}ndez and D. Hinton},
  journal={Depression and Anxiety},
  year={2010},
  volume={27}
}
This review covers the literature since the publication of DSM‐IV on the diagnostic criteria for panic attacks (PAs) and panic disorder (PD). Specific recommendations are made based on the evidence available. In particular, slight changes are proposed for the wording of the diagnostic criteria for PAs to ease the differentiation between panic and surrounding anxiety; simplification and clarification of the operationalization of types of PAs (expected vs. unexpected) is proposed; and… Expand
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