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Anxiety and Related Disorders A Handbook (Wiley Series on Personality Processes) by Benjamin B. Wolman

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Published by John Wiley & Sons .
Written in English

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ContributionsGeorge Stricker (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages462
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Open LibraryOL7618763M
ISBN 100471547735
ISBN 109780471547730

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The Series in Anxiety and Related Disorders book series by multiple authors includes books Anxiety and Substance Use Disorders: The Vicious Cycle of Comorbidity, Acceptance- and Mindfulness-Based Approaches to Anxiety: Conceptualization and Treatment, Treating Health Anxiety and Fear of Death: A Practitioner's Guide, and several more. Examples of disorders that we evaluate in this category include social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. This category does not include the mental disorders that we evaluate under trauma- and stressor-related disorders (). General Anxiety Disorder falling into the category of anxiety disorders with symptoms of anxiety, worry and apparent alertness, displays a fairly constant prevalence (5‐%) in the general population. Anxious patients often consult primary care physicians for their treatment, but in most. Anxiety disorders include observable, overt anxiety, as well as phobias and other conditions where a defense mechanism has been set up to disguise the anxiety from both the sufferer and the observer. In generalized anxiety, the individual experiences long-term anxiety with no explanation for its cause; such a condition may be called free.