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(p. 143) The Role of Glucocorticoids in Anxiety Disorders: A Critical Analysis 

(p. 143) The Role of Glucocorticoids in Anxiety Disorders: A Critical Analysis
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(p. 143) The Role of Glucocorticoids in Anxiety Disorders: A Critical Analysis
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Megan R. Gunnar

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195123630.003.0007
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date: 19 October 2019

This chapter explores the role of glucocorticoids in anxiety disorders, and presents a critical analysis of research in the area. It outlines pathlogical anxiety and the links with corticotropin-releasing hormone-hypothalamic-pituatary-adrenocortical (CRH-HPA) systems.

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