What is an anxiety disorder?

  title={What is an anxiety disorder?},
  author={Michelle G Craske and Scott L. Rauch and Robert Ursano and Jason M. Prenoveau and Daniel S. Pine and Richard E. Zinbarg},
  journal={Depression and anxiety},
  volume={26 12},
Initiated as part of the ongoing deliberation about the nosological structure of DSM, this review aims to evaluate whether the anxiety disorders share features of responding that define them and make them distinct from depressive disorders, and/or that differentiate fear disorders from anxious-misery disorders. The review covers symptom self-report as well as on-line indices of behavioral, physiological, cognitive, and neural responding in the presence of aversive stimuli. The data indicate… CONTINUE READING
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