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Response to Dr Durrant's commentary: Making it useful
Reply by the current author to the comments made by Russil Durrant (see record 2011-17497-014) on the original article (see record 2011-17497-013). As with any scientific model, a major issue is its validity; that is, how ...
Long-term impact of temporary and persistent personality disorder on anxiety and depressive disorders
BACKGROUND: It is of interest to know if temporary and persistent personality disorders are associated with different outcomes.
The prevalence of tinnitus and the relationship with neuroticism in a middle-aged UK population
Background: Previous research has suggested that a substantial proportion of the population are severely affected by tinnitus, however recent population data are lacking. Furthermore, there is growing evidence that the ...
Anxiety in high-functioning children with autism
High-functioning children with autism were compared with two control groups on measures of anxiety and social worries. Comparison control groups consisted of children with specific language impairment (SLI) and normally ...
Levels of anxiety and sources of stress in adults with autism
Clinical reports suggest that anxiety is a pertinent issue for adults with autism. We compared 34 adults with autism with 20 adults with intellectual disabilities, utilizing informant-based measures of anxiety and stress. ...
Prevalence of anxiety symptoms and disorders in the transgender population: A systematic review of the literature
Introduction: Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the general population, affecting 18% of the population in the United States (12 months prevalence) and 13.6% in Europe (life time prevalence). Several ...
Anxiety, alcohol intoxication, and aggression
Purpose. Research into alcohol-related aggression has typically focused on perpetrators' externalizing characteristics. The purpose of this exploratory review is to examine the contribution of anxiety to alcohol-related ...
Dose-effect relations and responsive regulation of treatment duration: The good enough level
This study examined rates of improvement in psychotherapy as a function of the number of sessions attended. The clients (N=1,868; 73.1% female; 92.4% White; average age=40), who were seen for a variety of problems in routine ...
Assessment of anxiety as an intervening variable in delinquent behaviour of m.D. Subjects. Galvanic skin response and leg‐persistence indices
Anxiety is accepted as a stimulus‐produoing response or learnable drive to which certain delinquent behaviour is conditioned by drive reduction, and relationship between fear, anxiety and pain resistance is discussed. ...