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A history of anxiety: from Hippocrates to DSM.
Crocq MA. Dialogues Clin Neurosci 2015 - Review. PMID 26487812 Free PMC article.
This article describes the history of the nosology of anxiety disorders. Greek and Latin physicians and philosophers distinguished anxiety from other types of negative affect, and identified it as a medical disorder. ...However, typical cases of anxiety disorders kept being reported, even if under different names. In the 17(th) century, Robert Burton described anxiety in The Anatomy of Melancholy. ...
This article describes the history of the nosology of anxiety disorders. Greek and Latin physicians and philosophers distinguished …
Assessment and Treatment of Anxiety in Youth With Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Vasa RA, et al. Pediatrics 2016. PMID 26908467 Free article.
OBJECTIVES: Anxiety is one of the most prevalent co-occurring symptoms in youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The assessment and treatment recommendations proposed here are intended to help primary care providers with the assessment and treatment of anxiety in ASD. ...CONCLUSIONS: Assessment and treatment of clinical anxiety in youth with ASD require a standardized approach to improve outcomes for youth with ASD. ...
OBJECTIVES: Anxiety is one of the most prevalent co-occurring symptoms in youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The assessment a …
Primary Versus Secondary Diagnosis of Generalized Anxiety Disorder in Youth: Is the Distinction an Important One?
Ollendick TH, et al. Child Psychiatry Hum Dev 2016. PMID 26386700
Examine whether children with a primary diagnosis of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) differ from children with a secondary diagnosis of GAD on clinician, parent, teacher, and youth-report measures. ...We predicted that youth with a primary GAD diagnosis would present with greater anxiety symptomatology and symptom impairment on a variety of anxiety-related measures than youth with a secondary GAD diagnosis. ...
Examine whether children with a primary diagnosis of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) differ from children with a secondary …
The development of a six-item short-form of the state scale of the Spielberger State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI).
Marteau TM and Bekker H. Br J Clin Psychol 1992. PMID 1393159
Using item-remainder correlations, the most highly correlated anxiety-present and anxiety-absent items were combined, and correlated with scores obtained using the full-form of the STAI. ...This was so for several groups of subjects manifesting a range of anxiety levels. This short-form of the STAI is therefore sensitive to fluctuations in state anxiety. ...
Using item-remainder correlations, the most highly correlated anxiety-present and anxiety-absent items were combined, and corr …
Barriers and Drawbacks of the Assessment of Dental Fear, Dental Anxiety and Dental Phobia in Children: A Critical Literature Review.
Asl AN, et al. J Clin Pediatr Dent 2017 - Review. PMID 28937891
Differentiation of dental anxiety, fear or phobia in practice is a critical prerequisite for developing and implementing effective treatment for children. ...Only five studies used different clinical measures or cut-offs to discriminate between dental anxiety, fear and phobia. CONCLUSION: The dental literature appears unable to capture and also measure the multi-sided construct of dental anxiety, fear and phobia and, therefore, there was a tendency to use them interchangeably....
Differentiation of dental anxiety, fear or phobia in practice is a critical prerequisite for developing and implementing effective tr …
Trait vs. state anxiety in different threatening situations.
Leal PC, et al. Trends Psychiatry Psychother 2017. PMID 28813110 Free article.
RESULTS: In VMST, trait anxiety correlated to state anxiety (psychological parameters) in all test phases. However, in TME, the only trait measurement that correlated to state anxiety (psychological parameters) was the Dental Anxiety Scale. CONCLUSION: Trait anxiety correlates positively to state anxiety in situations of interpersonal threat, but not of physical threat....
RESULTS: In VMST, trait anxiety correlated to state anxiety (psychological parameters) in all test phases. However, in TME, th …
Implications of the Research Domain Criteria project for childhood anxiety and its disorders.
Lebowitz ER, et al. Clin Psychol Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 29526524 Free PMC article.
Anxiety disorders are among the most prevalent psychiatric disorders in youth; however, progress in treatment for childhood anxiety has stalled over the past decade. ...Childhood anxiety relates to both RDoC domains. In terms of social processes, through natural reliance on parents to reduce children's fear, attachment represents one particular social process, which plays a central role in anxiety among youth. ...
Anxiety disorders are among the most prevalent psychiatric disorders in youth; however, progress in treatment for childhood anxiet
Prevalence, Defining Characteristics, and Related Factors of the Nursing Diagnosis of Anxiety in Hospitalized Medical-Surgical Patients.
Sanson G, et al. J Nurs Scholarsh 2018. PMID 29316297
PURPOSE: To document the prevalence of the nursing diagnosis of anxiety in hospital patients, based on its level of severity, defining characteristics (DCs), and other related factors, and to identify the key DCs that serve as predictors of clinically significant anxiety (CSA). ...METHODS: The potential DCs and related factors of anxiety were collected based on the NANDA International terminology. Anxiety was considered clinically significant when presenting at moderate, severe, or panic level. ...
PURPOSE: To document the prevalence of the nursing diagnosis of anxiety in hospital patients, based on its level of severity, …
Differentiating anxiety and depression: the State-Trait Anxiety-Depression Inventory.
Renner KH, et al. Cogn Emot 2018. PMID 27928931
The differentiation of trait anxiety and depression in nonclinical and clinical populations is addressed. Following the tripartite model, it is assumed that anxiety and depression share a large portion of negative affectivity (NA), but differ with respect to bodily hyperarousal (specific to anxiety) and anhedonia (lack of positive affect; specific to depression). ...Factors influencing the association between components of anxiety and depression are discussed....
The differentiation of trait anxiety and depression in nonclinical and clinical populations is addressed. Following the tripartite mo …
Anxiety symptoms in regular school students in Mumbai City, India.
Karande S, et al. J Postgrad Med 2018. PMID 29692400 Free PMC article.
Anxiety was measured using Spence Children's Anxiety Scale (SCAS)-child self-report questionnaire. T-scores (total and subscales) were calculated and cut-off scores of> 60 were considered as significant. RESULTS: Symptoms of overall anxiety were present in 10.8% (53/493) of the students. Older students (12-15 year olds) had greater odds of having overall anxiety symptoms (crude OR = 4.36, 95% CI 2.27 to 8.39, P < 0.0001). ...
Anxiety was measured using Spence Children's Anxiety Scale (SCAS)-child self-report questionnaire. T-scores (total and subscal
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