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Anxiety involves a general feeling of apprehension about possible fut DSM-5 has identified a group of disorders - anxiety disorders They share symptoms of clinically significant anxiety or fear § Anxiety disorders affect approximately 29% of the U.S. population at Anxiety disorders create enormous personal, economic, and healthca Earliest age of onset of all mental disorders § Individuals with anxiety disorders are very high users of med § Historically, anxiety disorders were considered to be classic neurotic Neurotic disorders show maladaptive and self-defeating beh § Freud believed that neurotic disorders developed when intr In other words, a sign of inner battle or conflict betwee Sometimes this anxiety was overtly expressed (as in tho § DSM-5 OCD (Obsessive-compulsive disorder is no longer classified as THE FEAR & ANXIETY RESPONSE PATTERNS 6.1 Distinguish between fear and anxiety The most common way of distinguishing between the fear a regarded as real by most people § Obvious danger = "I'm afraid of snakes" = called FEAR § Non-specific danger (cannot specify clearly tell what the dan § FEAR Fear is a basic emotion shared by many animals that involves act This response to imminent danger is what allows us to esca § When the fear response occurs in the absence of any obviou § Chapter 6 - Panic, Anxiety, Obsessions, and Their Dis Tuesday, October 9, 2018 1:49 PM
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ture danger , whereas fear is an alarm reaction that occurs in response to immedia r some point in their lives and are the most common category of disorders fro wom are problems for those affected and for society more generally dical services disorders haviors, they are incoherent, dangerous , or out of touch with reality rapsychic conflict produced significant anxiety en some primitive desire (from the id) and prohibited from being expressed (from ose disorders known today as the anxiety disorders) an anxiety disorder rather it is listed in its own obsessive-compulsive and related and anxiety response patterns has been to determine whether a clear and obvious nger is) = "I'm anxious about my parents' health" = called ANXIETY tivation of the "flight-or-fight" response of the autonomic nervous system which i ape us external danger, the person has had a un-cued or spontaneous panic attack sorders
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ate danger men and the second most common for men m the ego and superego) d disorders s source of danger is present that would be is an immediate response to any threat
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When the fear response occurs in the absence of any obviou Panic attacks have the same identical symptoms as fea crazy, or losing control (symptoms happen after the fea § Fear and panic have three components: Cognitive/subjective components (I'm going to die) 1.
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