Anxiety Author Stanley J. Rachman
ISBN-10 9781136775710
Release 2013-08-21
Pages 256
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Anxiety is a complex phenomenon and a central feature of many psychological problems. This thoroughly revised edition of Anxiety has been updated to include astonishing developments in the in the clinical implementation of knowledge about anxiety. In particular, this edition updates the reader with: A new chapter on health anxiety A fully updated chapter on obsessive compulsive disorders, including the concept of mental contamination and the causes of obsessions An account of advances in therapeutic techniques. Unique in combining an introduction to the subject with comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in research and practice, this book provides excellent breadth and depth of coverage which all practicing and trainee clinical psychologists, and students of clinical psychology, will find extremely informative.

Anxiety Depression and Emotion

Anxiety  Depression  and Emotion Author Richard J. Davidson
ISBN-10 0195350863
Release 2000-08-10
Pages 306
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This unique volume focuses on the relationship between basic research in emotion and emotional dysfunction in depression and anxiety. Each chapter is authored by a highly regarded scientist who looks at both psychological and biological implications of research relevant to psychiatrists and psychologists. And following each chapter is engaging commentary that raises questions, illuminates connections with other bodies of work, and provides points of integration across different research traditions. Topics range from stress, cognitive functioning, and personality to affective style and behavioral inhibition, and the book as a whole has significant implications for understanding and treating anxiety disorders.

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety Disorders Author Kerry Ressler
ISBN-10 9780199395125
Release 2015-05-06
Pages 528
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The Primer on Anxiety Disorders provides early-stage practitioners and trainees, as well as seasoned clinicians and researchers, with need-to-know knowledge on diagnosis and treatment. Clinical cases are used throughout the book to enhance understanding of and illustrate specific disorders, comorbid conditions and clinical issues. To facilitate an integrative approach, content allows clinicians to understand patient characteristics and tailor interventions.

Anxiety and Its Disorders

Anxiety and Its Disorders Author David H. Barlow
ISBN-10 159385028X
Release 2004
Pages 704
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This landmark work is indispensable for anyone studying anxiety or seeking to deliver effective psychological and pharmacological treatments. Integrating insights from emotion theory, recent advances in cognitive science and neuroscience, and increasingly important findings from developmental psychology and learning, David H. Barlow comprehensively examines the phenomena of anxiety and panic, their origins, and the roles that each plays in normal and pathological functioning. Chapters coauthored by Barlow with other leading experts then outline what is currently known about the classification, presentation, etiology, assessment, and treatment of each of the DSM-IV anxiety disorders. A definitive resource for researchers and clinicians, this is also an ideal text for graduate-level courses.


Anxiety Author Charles D. Spielberger
ISBN-10 9781483289212
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 485
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Anxiety: Current Trends in Theory and Research, Volume II discusses the hostile state of inner turmoil called “anxiety . This volume is divided into three parts. Part IV discusses the theoretical approach concerning emotion, nature of anxiety, and distinctions between anxiety and other fear-related emotions. The experimental approaches to test anxiety and interventions in relation to anxiety in school are elaborated in Part V. Part VI is devoted to summarizing the conceptual and methodological issues in anxiety research. Other topics include the variety of viewpoints on the nature of anxiety, models of psychophysiological disorders, analysis of anxiety as helplessness, and reducing the interfering effects of test anxiety. This publication is recommended for psychiatrists, psychologists, and researchers conducting anxiety research.

The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook

The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook Author Edmund Bourne
ISBN-10 1608822036
Release 2011-01-02
Pages 496
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The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook has already helped over one million readers make a full and lasting recovery from generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, specific phobias, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and other anxiety-related issues. Packed with the most effective skills for assessing and treating anxiety, this workbook can be used alone or as a supplement to therapy to help you develop a full arsenal of skills for quieting worried thoughts and putting yourself back in control. This new edition has been thoroughly updated with the latest anxiety research and medications, and also includes new therapeutic techniques that have been proven effective for the treatment of anxiety and anxiety-related conditions. Each worksheet in this book will help you learn the skills you need to manage your anxiety and start living more freely than you ever thought possible. With this workbook, you'll learn a range of proven methods for overcoming anxiety, such as relaxation and breathing techniques, challenging negative self-talk and mistaken beliefs, and imagery and real-life desensitization. In addition, you will learn how to make lifestyle, nutrition, and exercise changes and cultivate skills for preventing and coping with and preventing panic attacks.

Anxiety and Behavior

Anxiety and Behavior Author Charles D. Spielberger
ISBN-10 9781483258362
Release 2013-09-17
Pages 430
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Anxiety and Behavior focuses on the analysis of factors and conditions that contribute to anxiety, including stress, emotional disturbance, and psychosomatic disorders. The selection first offers information on theories and research on anxiety and the nature and measurement of anxiety. Topics include objective anxiety (fear) and neurotic anxiety, trends in anxiety research, anxiety and personality dynamics, and laws of anxiety change in pathological and other fields. The text then elaborates on questions and problems on the measurement of anxiety in children, including reservations about anxiety scales, concept of defense, and suggestions on the interpretation of anxiety scales. The publication reviews the psychosomatic aspects of anxiety, basis of psychopathology, and clinical origins of the activation concept. Discussions focus on anxiety and stress, observations of anxiety in men under stress, etiology of psychosomatic disorders, emotional disturbance, and activation. The text also considers conditioning and deconditioning of neurotic anxiety and interaction of cognitive and physiological determinants of emotional state. The selection is a dependable reference for readers interested in the study of anxiety.

Anxiety Depression

Anxiety Depression Author Alan Eastman
ISBN-10 9781596597891
Release 2011-07-13
Pages 114
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Addressing areas of everyday life-from the anxiety of visiting the dentist to personal depression-this guide helps listeners eliminate the prohibitive nature of fear and sadness. Incorporating such techniques as visual meditation and self-recorded transcripts to listen to while sleeping, listeners learn to gain control over their negative thoughts and feelings and conquer the paralyzing and unhealthy symptoms associated with anxiety and depression.

Anxiety A Very Short Introduction

Anxiety  A Very Short Introduction Author Daniel Freeman
ISBN-10 9780199567157
Release 2012-05-31
Pages 155
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Are we born with our fears or do we learn them? Why do our fears persist? What purpose does anxiety serve? In this Very Short Introduction we discover what anxiety is, what causes it, and how it can be treated. Looking at six major anxiety disorders, the authors introduce us to this most ubiquitous and essential of emotions.

Cognitive Biases in Anxiety and Depression

Cognitive Biases in Anxiety and Depression Author Paula T. Hertel
ISBN-10 184169925X
Release 2002
Pages 128
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This special issue of Cognition and Emotion is dedicated to the phenomena of emotion-related biases in attention and remembering that are experienced by anxious and depressed people. Andrew Mathews and Colin MacLeod summarize their new research in using experimental methods to train anxiety-like biases in attention and interpretation. Elaine Fox, Riccardo Russo, and Kevin Dutton report new experiments concerning delayed disengagement from threatening events in anxiety. Phil Watkins's article addresses the conditions for obtaining depression-related biases on indirect tests of memory. Depression-consistent biases in false recognition are reported by Rich Wenzlaff, Jo Meier, and Danette Salas; these biases also characterized performance by previously dysphoric students and suggest indirect measures of vulnerability to depression. Prospective evidence that cognitive biases index vulnerability is described by Stephanie Rude and her colleagues. In short, the special issue contains a mixture of new findings with integrative review and suggestions for future directions in investigations of emotionally-disordered cognition.

Anxiety in Health Behaviors and Physical Illness

Anxiety in Health Behaviors and Physical Illness Author Michael J. Zvolensky
ISBN-10 0387747532
Release 2007-12-03
Pages 380
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This is a single resource offering theoretical perspectives and reviews of research on the link between health behaviors and physical illness to anxiety. The authors explore the idea of reciprocal relations between anxiety and health factors throughout the developmental course. Special attention is devoted to the mechanisms by which certain health factors (e.g. physical exercise) may play a role in the onset or maintenance of particular anxiety disorders.

Anxiety Neurobiology Clinic and Therapeutic Perspectives

Anxiety  Neurobiology  Clinic and Therapeutic Perspectives Author Michel Hamon
ISBN-10 2742000186
Release 1993-01-01
Pages 219
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Although everybody had and will experience anxiety, its intensity, frequency and characteristics may vary from what can be considered as "normal" to pathological. The development of benzodiazepine as anxiolytics has been a major step firstly in therapeutics and secondly in the understanding of the associated biological mechanisms. Recently, new drugs without secondary effects of benzodiazepines have been developed. The purpose of the book was to take stock of the present knowledge: clinical aspects of pathological anxiety, neurobiological mechanisms associated with stress and anxiety, molecular targets of potent anxiolytic drugs, new issues and directions.

Anxiety Free

Anxiety Free Author Robert L. Leahy
ISBN-10 9781458753908
Release 2010-10-06
Pages 560
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In his new book, Robert L. Leahy, Ph.D., author of the best-selling book The Worry Cure, turns his attention to anxiety. Leahy looks at the origin of anxiety and teaches you how to outsmart your fears for a less stressful life. He lays out the symptoms associated with some of the most common anxiety disorders, including panic and agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, and post-traumatic stress and provides simple, step-by-step guides to help you overcome the fears associated with each of these. Anxiety Free explores how preprogrammed rules of reaction, which are a product of the evolutionary process, keep us in the grip of anxiety. For each anxiety disorder, Leahy shows how our fears and unchallenged assumptions stand in the way of our freedom. Using Leahy's methods, which are based on the best psychological treatments available, you will be able to work toward a life free from the apprehension, tension, and avoidance associated with anxiety.

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety Disorders Author Helen Blair Simpson
ISBN-10 9781139490665
Release 2010-08-26
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Anxiety disorders are amongst the most common of all mental health problems. Research in this field has exploded over recent years, yielding a wealth of new information in domains ranging from neurobiology to cultural anthropology to evidence-based treatment of specific disorders. This book offers a variety of perspectives on new developments and important controversies relevant to the theory, research, and clinical treatment of this class of disorders. Clinicians will find reviews of state-of-the-art treatments for panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as controversies over diagnostic and treatment issues. Researchers will find in-depth consideration of important selected topics, including genetics, neuroimaging, animal models, contemporary psychoanalytic theory, and the impact of stressors. This book illustrates the enormous advances that have occurred in anxiety research and describes the evolving multi-disciplinary efforts that will shape the future of the field.

Everything You Need to Know about Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Everything You Need to Know about Anxiety and Panic Attacks Author John Giacobello
ISBN-10 0823932192
Release 2000
Pages 64
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Explains the difference between anxiety, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and panic attacks, explores possible causes, and suggests treatments, including drugs, therapy, and deep-breathing techniques.


Anxiety Author Michael W. Eysenck
ISBN-10 0863770711
Release 1992
Pages 195
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Theorists are increasingly arguing that it is fruitful to approach anxiety from the cognitive perspective, and the empirical evidence supports that contention. The cognitive perspective is also adopted in this book, but the approach represents a development and extension of earlier ones. For example, most previous theories and research have been based on anxiety either in clinical or in normal groups. In contrast, one of the central themes of this book is that there are great advantages to be gained from a joint consideration of clinical and normal anxiety. Another theme of this book is that it is of major importance to establish whether or not there is a cognitive vulnerability factor which is associated with at least some forms of clinical anxiety. It is argued (with supporting evidence) that there is a latent cognitive vulnerability factor for generalized anxiety disorder which manifests itself under stressful conditions. This vulnerability factor is characterized by hypervigilance, and is found predominantly in normals high in the personality dimension of trait anxiety. The scope of the book extends to the effects of anxiety on performance and to the phenomenon of worry, which is regarded as the cognitive component of anxiety. In both cases, a new theoretical framework is presented.

100 Questions Answers About Anxiety

100 Questions   Answers About Anxiety Author Chap Attwell
ISBN-10 9781449675356
Release 2008-05-02
Pages 207
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Approximately 19 million Americans suffer from anxiety disorders, many without knowing why they experience their symptoms. Whether you are a newly diagnosed patient, a patient already in treatment who may wish to understand more deeply the roots of anxiety, or a friend or relative of someone suffering from anxiety, this book offers help. The only volume available to provide both the doctor’s and the patient’s view, 100 Questions & Answers About Anxiety gives you authoritative, practical answers to your questions. This book deals directly with the nature of anxiety and its underlying causes, treatment options (including various forms of psychotherapy and medication management), advice on coping with anxiety, sources of support, and much more. Written by psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Dr. Chap Attwell, with commentary from actual patients, this book is an invaluable resource for anyone struggling with the medical, psychological, or emotional turmoil of this debilitating condition.