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  • The Diagnosis and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders. [Journal Article]
  • DADtsch Arztebl Int 2018 Sep 14; 155(37):611-620
  • Ströhle A, Gensichen J, Domschke K
  • CONCLUSIONS: In general, anxiety disorders can now be effectively treated. Patients should be informed of the therapeutic options and should be involved in treatment planning. Current research efforts are centered on individualized and therefore, it is hoped, even more effective treatment approaches than are available at present.
  • Effects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on Neural Processing of Agoraphobia-Specific Stimuli in Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia. [Journal Article]
  • PPPsychother Psychosom 2018 Sep 28; :1-16
  • Wittmann A, Schlagenhauf F, … Ströhle A
  • CONCLUSIONS: For the first time, neural effects of cognitive behavioral therapy were shown in patients suffering from panic disorder and agoraphobia using disorder-specific stimuli. The decrease in activation in the ventral striatum indicates that cognitive behavioral therapy modifies anticipatory anxiety and may ameliorate abnormally heightened salience attribution to expected threatening stimuli. The decreased amygdala activation in response to agoraphobia-specific stimuli indicates that cognitive behavioral therapy can alter the basal processing of agoraphobia-specific stimuli in a core region of the fear network.
  • Anxiety disorders: Psychiatric comorbidities and psychosocial stressors among adult outpatients. [Journal Article]
  • SAS Afr J Psychiatr 2018; 24:1138
  • Nel C, Augustyn L, … Joubert G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Clinical practice should take the high rates of comorbidity into account and the importance of integrated substance-related interventions in mental healthcare settings is clear. Diagnostic practices regarding agoraphobia without panic, and the comorbidity of anxiety and personality disorders should receive further attention. Clinicians should be aware of the potential impact of the frequently reported psychosocial stressors.
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