Anxiety Disorders Comorbid with Depression: Social Anxiety Disorder, Post-Traumatiac Stress Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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Index
Abbreviations: A&D, anxiety and depression; GAD, generalized anxiety disorder; OCD, obsessive-compulsive disorder; PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder.
a
Adolescents
comorbidity in, 4
presentation of depression, 14-15
β-Adrenergic blockers, 49
Affect
negative, 5, 5-6, 36, 40
positive, 5, 6, 36
Age-related change in presentation of depression, 14-15
Agoraphobia, 16
Alarms
evolution, 39
false appeasement, 40
false suffocation, 40
Amnestic disorder, 36
Amygdala, 34-6
SSRIs and, 30
Anhedonia, 12-13
SSRIs and, 30
Anticonvulsants, 49
Antidepressants, 45-8, 49-52 ,
see also specific types
benzodiazepines combined with, 45
newer, 46-8
in anxiety disorders, 49-52
dose and duration, 53-4
older, 45-6
PTSD, 22, 50, 51, 53
Antipsychotics, new generation, 48
Anxious arousal, 6, 36
Anxious worriers, 14
Appeasement alarm, false, 40
Arousal, anxious, 6, 36 ,
see also Hyperarousal
Attentional bias in anxiety, 38, 39
Avoidance and withdrawal
panic disorder, 16
PTSD, 20
social activity in depression, 14
social anxiety disorder, 17

b
Basal ganglia, 32-4
Benzodiazepines, 43-5
PTSD
precipitated/exace rbated by, 22, 44
β-blockers, 49
Biology, see Neurobiology
Bipolar disorder, comorbidity of anxiety, 4

c
Children
comorbidity in, 4
medication, 54
presentation of depression, 14-15
separation anxiety, 7, 15
Citalopram, 49
Classification (diagnostic) systems, 1-3
Clinical features
GAD, 22-3
major depression, 12-15
OCD, 25-6
panic disorder, 15-16
PTSD, 19-21
social anxiety disorder, 17-18
Clomipramine, OCD, 50
Clonidine in A&D disorders, GH response to, 31
Cognitive-affective structures (schemas), 39-41
Cognitive-behavioural therapy, 54-5
Cognitive model, sequence of anxiety-to-depression, 7
Cognitive processes, anxiety vs depression, 38
Cognitive symptoms, depression, 13
Comorbidity, 1-11
explanations of, 6, 7-8, 9
GAD and depression, see Generalized anxiety disorder
impact, 8-10
major depression and anxiety, 15

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Table of contents

  • Acknowledgements ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Comorbidity 1
  • Symptoms/Epidemiology 12
  • Psychobiology 29
  • Treatment 43
  • References 56
  • Index 69
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