Sex differences in panic-relevant responding to a 10% carbon dioxide-enriched air biological challenge.

@article{Nillni2012SexDI,
  title={Sex differences in panic-relevant responding to a 10% carbon dioxide-enriched air biological challenge.},
  author={Yael I. Nillni and Erin C. Berenz and Kelly J. Rohan and Michael J Zvolensky},
  journal={Journal of anxiety disorders},
  year={2012},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={165-72}
}
The current study examined sex differences in psychological (i.e., self-reported anxiety, panic symptoms, and avoidance) and physiological (i.e., heart rate and skin conductance level) response to, and recovery from, a laboratory biological challenge. Participants were a community-recruited sample of 128 adults (63.3% women; M(age)=23.2 years, SD=8.9) who underwent a 4-min 10% CO(2)-enriched air biological challenge. As predicted, women reported more severe physical panic symptoms and avoidance… CONTINUE READING

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