Culture and Panic Disorder

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Figures and tables are indicated by f and t, respectively, following page numbers.
Ackerman, S., 15
Acute anxiety. See Panic and panic attacks
ADC. See Hispanic Treatment Program of the Anxiety Disorders Clinic
African Americans, 98
Agoraphobia: cues for, 10; diagnostic criteria, 12t; dizziness and, 124, 128n18; in DSM-III, 8; in DSM-IV, 10; environmental influences on, 44, 175–76; gender and, 200; learning theory and, 6–7; “no place” and, 44; panic disorder with, 10; social nature of, 44; symptoms of, 124; urban modernization and, 176
Agoraphobic Cognitions Questionnaire, 75n9
Allbutt, Clifford, 86, 96, 99
American Psychiatric Association, xvii
Americans, panic triggers among, 59
Amering, M., 250, 256n30
Ampanwong, Surapong, 201n9
Anger transducers, 178
Anthropology of sensations, 57–74; catastrophic cognitions perspective, 63, 65–66; descriptive perspective, 58–60; ethnophysiological perspective, 62–63; historical perspective, 72–73; landscape perspective, 69–70; memory perspective, 70–71; metaphor perspective, 66–67; physiological perspective, 61–62; sociosomatic perspective, 71–72; sound and kinetic symbolism perspective, 67–69
Antietam, Battle of, 88
Anxiety: Cambodian conceptualization of, 68; cultural history of, 21; defined, 7; etymology of, 68; function of, xiii; heart-related, 120; shortness of breath as sign of, 10, 59, 60, 68; universality of, xiii, 135
Anxiety and the Anxiety Disorders (Tuma and Maser), 4
Anxiety disorders, xix, 1; biological approach to, 4–7; cross-cultural studies of, 21; types of, 5, 7–8
Anxiety neurosis, 8, 184

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