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Psychother Psychosom (2013) 82 (6): 355–362.
Published Online: 20 September 2013
... disorders. Indeed, BDZ showed fewer treatment withdrawals and adverse events than AD. In panic disorder with and without agoraphobia our meta-analysis found BDZ treatments more effective in reducing the number of panic attacks than TCA (risk ratio, RR = 1.13; 95% CI = 1.01-1.27). Furthermore, BDZ...
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Psychother Psychosom (2013) 82 (3): 170–176.
Published Online: 27 March 2013
...K. Meyerbroeker; N. Morina; G.A. Kerkhof; P.M.G. Emmelkamp Background: A number of studies have demonstrated the efficacy of virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET) in specific phobias, but research in seriously impaired patients with agoraphobia is lacking. In this randomized controlled trial...
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Psychother Psychosom (1997) 66 (4): 175–178.
Published Online: 18 February 2010
...Cengiz Kılıç; Homa Noshirvani; Metin Başoğlu; Isaac Marks Background: Long-term follow-ups after controlled studies of exposure therapy for agoraphobia/panic are few. Most of these studies found that improvement during treatment persists to the end of follow-up. Methods: Out of 69 patients...
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Psychother Psychosom (2008) 77 (6): 377–383.
Published Online: 21 August 2008
... with agoraphobia or social phobia) and a healthy control group (each n = 29) completed some questionnaires [SCL-K9 (a short form of the SCL-90-R), State Trait Anxiety Inventory, ADS (general depression scale)], and had blood drawn after a 15-min rest period. To assess the reaction of the hemostatic system...
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Psychother Psychosom (2008) 77 (3): 133–138.
Published Online: 14 February 2008
...Giovanni A. Fava; Chiara Rafanelli; Eliana Tossani; Silvana Grandi The evidence which has accumulated on the course of agoraphobia challenges the DSM view that phobic avoidance is secondary to panic attacks. In particular, a longitudinal study by Wittchen et al. indicates that agoraphobia...
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Psychother Psychosom (2005) 74 (3): 154–164.
Published Online: 11 April 2005
... Panic disorder Phobia Agoraphobia Social phobia Specific phobia Relaxation Randomised controlled trial Regular Article Psychother Psychosom 2005;74:154 164 DOI: 10.1159/000084000 Internet-Guided Self-Help with or without Exposure Therapy for Phobic and Panic Disorders A Randomised Controlled...
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Psychother Psychosom (2002) 71 (3): 158–161.
Published Online: 26 April 2002
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Panic disorder Agoraphobia Treatment Psychotherapy Cognitive therapy Assessment The cognitive theory of panic states that patients with panic disorder (PD...
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Psychother Psychosom (2002) 71 (2): 85–89.
Published Online: 11 February 2002
... of onset of PD was 27.3 years (SD = 7.3). Four percent of the patients were without agoraphobia, 42% had mild, 42% moderate and 12% had severe agoraphobia. Patients were divided over the treatments as follows: 65 CT, 64 antidepressants (ADs) and 32 pill-placebo (PP). Patients in both CT conditions were...
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Psychother Psychosom (2000) 69 (5): 240–243.
Published Online: 17 August 2000
... treated by preference. Results: There were no differences at pretest between the two conditions on demographic or outcome measures. Outcome was assessed with measurements rating the panic frequency and severity of agoraphobia, general anxiety and depression. Both conditions improved significantly...
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Psychother Psychosom (1999) 68 (6): 281–289.
Published Online: 03 November 1999
... with agoraphobia a prodromal phase can be identified. Most patients report residual symptoms despite successful treatment. Residual symptoms upon remission have a prognostic value. There appears to be a relationship between residual and prodromal symptomatology (the rollback phenomenon). Appraisal of subclinical...