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(Anxiety disorders)
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  • The Efficacy of Internet-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on the Anxiety Disorders among Adolescent Girls. [Journal Article]
  • ABAdv Biomed Res 2018; 7:13
  • Karbasi A, Haratian A
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study is comprised of two Conclusions.the significant reduction in the mean of anxiety disorders scores in the experimental group compared to those in control group can be indicative of the efficacy of ICBT. In addition the significant reduction in the average of anxiety disorders symptoms' scores according to the type of anxiety disorders in the experimental group, compared to those in control group, can be indicative of the efficacy of ICBT.
  • Cross-sectional study of anxiety symptoms in students in preexamination period. [Journal Article]
  • IPInd Psychiatry J 2017 Jan-Jun; 26(1):56-63
  • Yadav P, Chauhan VS, … Bhatia S
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study attempts to give evidence of increased anxiety symptoms, during preexamination phase, compared to the reported prevalence in this age group, and thus to address this becomes imperative which will improve their performance and also the mental health preventing distress along with psychological and behavioral problems.
  • Examining Thematic Similarity, Difference, and Membership in Three Online Mental Health Communities from Reddit: A Text Mining and Visualization Approach. [Journal Article]
  • CHComput Human Behav 2018; 78:98-112
  • Park A, Conway M, Chen AT
  • CONCLUSIONS: We observed that the members of the three communities shared several overlapping concerns (i.e., sleep- and work-related problems) and discussion patterns (i.e., sharing of positive emotion and showing gratitude for receiving emotional support). We also highlighted that the discussions from the r/Anxiety and r/PTSD communities were more similar to one another than to discussions from the r/Depression community. The r/Anxiety and r/PTSD subreddit members are more likely to be individuals whose experiences with a condition are long-term, and who are interested in treatments and medications. The r/Depression subreddit members may be a comparatively diffuse group, many of whom are dealing with transient issues that cause depressed mood. The findings from this study could be used to inform the design of online mental health communities and patient education programs for these conditions. Moreover, we suggest that researchers employ multiple methods to fully understand the subtle differences when comparing similar discussions from online health communities.
  • Impact of food additives on the gut-brain axis. [Journal Article]
  • PBPhysiol Behav 2018 Feb 14
  • Holder MK, Chassaing B
  • The mammalian intestinal tract is heavily colonized with a complex community of micro-organisms, present at a very high density, and containing an estimated amount of 1014bacteria. The microbiota gen...
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