anxiety 2 - 1 Breathing increases 2 Both are negative Have...

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2 Breathing increases
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3 - Both are negative - Have physical response - Anxiety= future - Fear= present 3
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Fear anxiety has adaptive function so we can live Persistent: over a half year= you may need to see someone Inappropriate age: you are an adult 4
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5 Anxiety= avoidance of something that you are anxious of Separation= anxiety with separation with those with significant. Fear of losing that person through accident. Abnormal when it is inappropriate with age Selective Mutism= failure to speak in social situations. About the selective situations not the ability to speak
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Que panic attack= knows when you will have panic attack (ex after fighting) Need four or more to meet the panic attack Panic attacks can be severe to the point of thinking you might have heart attack 20% of adults have panic attacks but only few will have panic disorder Will change behavior to avoid panic attacks “fear of fear”= panic disorder 6
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7 Women are more likely to have panic disorder Prevalence is different across cultures race
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8 Fear= in the presence of threat Agoraphobia= these situations are not a threat but they are afraid. Afraid of humiliations
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Agoraphobia have panic attacks or panic disorder before agoraphobia They get phobia because of panic attack or disorder 9
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10 Panic disorder and agora are heritable But do not know the specific genetic contribution
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