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(p. 52) Anxiety states: Panic and generalized anxiety 

(p. 52) Anxiety states: Panic and generalized anxiety
(p. 52) Anxiety states: Panic and generalized anxiety

David M. Clark

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date: 11 August 2020

This chapter discusses anxiety states, including panic and generalized anxiety. It defines the nature of anxiety (types of anxiety state, prevalence, mode of onset, method of presentation), cognitive models of anxiety states (levels of cognition, cognitive model of generalized anxiety, and the cognitive model of panic), the assessment of anxiety, suitability for treatment, and descriptions of treatment methods.

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