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  • Anxiety Disorders in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Population-Based Study. [Journal Article]
    J Autism Dev Disord 2019Nimmo-Smith V, Heuvelman H, … Rai D
  • Anxiety is common in children with ASD; however, the burden of specific anxiety disorders for adults with ASD is under-researched. Using the Stockholm Youth Cohort, we compared anxiety disorder diagnoses among autistic adults (n = 4049), with or without intellectual disability, and population controls (n = 217,645). We conducted additional sibling analyses. Anxiety disorders were diagnosed in 20.…
  • No pills, more skills: The adverse effect of hormonal contraceptive use on exposure therapy benefit. [Journal Article]
    J Psychiatr Res 2019; 119:95-101Raeder F, Heidemann F, … Zlomuzica A
  • Hormonal contraceptive use can aggravate existing symptoms of anxiety and depression and influence the response to pharmacologic treatment. The impact of hormonal contraceptive use on non-pharmacological treatment efficacy in anxiety disorders is less well explored. Oral contraceptives, which suppress endogenous sex hormone secretion, can alter fear extinction learning. Fear extinction is conside…
  • Virtual reality exposure therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD): a meta-analysis. [Review]
    Eur J Psychotraumatol 2019; 10(1):1654782Kothgassner OD, Goreis A, … Felnhofer A
  • Contrary to specific phobias, for which Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET) constitutes an effective treatment, uncertainty still exists regarding the usefulness of VRET for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Therefore, this meta-analysis investigated the efficacy of VRET for PTSD as compared to waitlist and active comparators. A literature search yielded nine controlled studies encompassi…
  • IQ over 130 and phobia: correlation, consequences and other psychopathologies. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatr Danub 2019; 31(Suppl 3):386-389Lacour AG, Zdanowicz N
  • CONCLUSIONS: To conclude, being a teenager and having an IQ greater than 130 is not always a pleasure. Our results showed us that the majority of these young people consider themselves as shy, unsure of themselves and claim to have many fears. This is evidence of an increased anxiety component compared to the control sample. It seems important to insist on the need to be able and to know how to identify these young people as soon as possible, in order to propose appropriate therapeutic management.
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