Response to hyperventilation and 5.5% CO2 inhalation of subjects with types of specific phobia, panic disorder, or no mental disorder.

@article{Antony1997ResponseTH,
  title={Response to hyperventilation and 5.5% CO2 inhalation of subjects with types of specific phobia, panic disorder, or no mental disorder.},
  author={Martin M Antony and Timothy A. Brown and David H Barlow},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={1997},
  volume={154 8},
  pages={
          1089-95
        }
}
OBJECTIVE This study tested the hypothesis that compared to other DSM-IV specific phobia types, situational specific phobias have more in common with panic disorder and agoraphobia. METHOD Responses to hyperventilation and CO2 inhalation were compared across groups of patients with the four main DSM-IV specific phobia types, a group with panic disorder, and a group of comparison subjects with no anxiety disorder (N = 15 per group). RESULTS Although these challenges have been shown… CONTINUE READING

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