Anxiety Sensitivity: Theory, Research, and Treatment of the Fear of Anxiety

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pharmacologically treated patients with residual symptoms, and CBT appears to offer an effective strategy to further decrease ASI scores and aid medication discontinuation in these patients (e.g., Bruce et al., 1995; Hegel et al., 1994).


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