By Stanley J. Rachman
1. the character of tension -- 2. impacts on anxiousness -- three. Theories of tension -- four. particular phobias and the conditioning thought of worry -- five. Panic and anxiousness -- 6. Agoraphobia -- 7. Obsessions and compulsions -- eight. Social anxiousness -- nine. Generalized anxiousness ailment (GAD) -- 10. Post-traumatic rigidity sickness (PTSD)
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Extra resources for Anxiety, 2nd Edition (Clinical Psychology: A Modular Course)
G. Frances, First, & Pincus, 1995; Spitzer, 1991). Critical commentaries are given by Wake®eld (1992), Eysenck, Wake®eld, and Friedman (1983), and others (Follette, 1996; Follette & Houts, 1996; Kirk & Kutchins, 1992; Schacht & Nathan, 1977). Summary Anxiety is one of the most prominent and pervasive emotions. It is a feeling of uneasy suspense, the tense anticipation of a threatening but obscure event. Fear and anxiety share some common features but fears tend to have a speci®c, usually identi®able focus and to be more intense and episodic.
According to Beck and Emery (1985, p. 56), ``when a threat is perceived the relevant cognitive schemas are activated; these are used to evaluate and assign 2. 1. A model of anxiety. ) Perceptual enhancement and/or distortions Focused attention (especially on internal feelings) Interpretation Probable harm Benign, safe A n x i e t y Block Cope Avoid Escape a meaning to the event''. If safe, the person can then resume the ongoing behaviour but if there is danger of harm, anxiety arises and might be followed by escape/avoidance/coping.
These symptoms persist for prolonged periods after an unusually distressing experience, such as a natural disaster, an accident, or a violent attack. Fears associated with this disorder tend to be accompanied by heightened levels of arousal, an involuntary tendency to recall or re-experience the event during dreams or at other times and by strong tendencies to avoid people or places that are associated with the original stress. A full account of PTSD is provided in another volume in this series, Stress and Trauma by Patricia Resick.
Anxiety, 2nd Edition (Clinical Psychology: A Modular Course) by Stanley J. Rachman