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Anxiety -

anxiety disorder

Acute Stress Disorder A disorder similar to post-traumatic stress disorder, except that the symptoms develop whithin one month of the stressor, are typically milder, and last up to four weeks
agoraphobia dear o febig in a situation that might induce a panic attack or in a situation from which escape might be difficult should a panic attack occur.
direct traumatic conditioning process by which a person develops a phobia due to a past negative encounter with the feared object or situation.
fear immediate alarm reactin to present danger or life-threatening emergency
generalized social disorder involves significant, debilitating anxiety in most social situations
fear hierarchy hierarchy of fears organized by intensity
decatastrophizing replacing catastriphic thoughts with more rational, calming thoughts in an attempt to reduce anxiety and ward off a panic attack.
flooding continually expose an individual to the most feared object or situation until the fear is resolved.
anxiety negative emotions and somatic symptoms of tension in which a person apprehensively anticipates future danger or misfortune.
acute stress disorder A disoder similar to post-traumatic disorder, except that the symptoms develop within one month of the stressor, are typically milder, and last up to four weeks.
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