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(p. 183) Autism and the Physiology of Stress and Anxiety 

(p. 183) Autism and the Physiology of Stress and Anxiety
(p. 183) Autism and the Physiology of Stress and Anxiety

Raymond G. Romanczyk

and Jennifer M. Gillis

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date: 30 July 2021

This chapter discusses the important contribution of the constructs of stress and anxiety to assist in treatment formulation from a psychophysiological perspective. It explores anxiety, stress responses, basic physiological mechanisms of stress, measurement of stress, arousal responses, psychophysiology, physiological measurement,

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