Exploratory behavior and anxiety level of white outbred rats after blocking olfaction with N-trimethylindole (skatole)
Energy Metabolism and Spectral EEG Characteristics of Students with Different Neuroticism and Anxiety Levels in an Examination S
Characteristics of the energy metabolism, external ventilation, and spectral characteristics of the EEG in an examination situation were studied in students with high and low neuroticism and situational anxiety.
Higher energy expenditures, CO2 concentration, and the value of ΔO2 in the exhaled air were observed in students with high neuroticism and situational anxiety during the stressful preexam situation.
High values of the respiratory quotient, flow rate, and respiration frequency were observed in students with low neuroticism and situational anxiety before the examination at heightened energy expenditures.
This rate was somewhat lower than that found for generalized anxiety disorder and comparable to that of alcohol abuse.
The pattern of burden in 90 families with a neurotic patient, 30 each with dysthymia, generalized anxiety disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder was evaluated in this study.
Attention deficit disorder, depression and conduct disorder were the most common diagnoses in the parent interview, while anxiety disorder and depression were most common according to the child interview.
Background: The present study examined the prevalence of social phobia in the Swedish general population and demographic characteristics associated with this anxiety disorder.
Sixty-one percent of attenders were given a research diagnosis of mental disorder: major depressive episode (24%), generalized anxiety disorder (15%) or epilepsy (9%).
Spectral characteristics of the EEG were analyzed in three types of psychogenic disorders: depressive states and hysterical and anxiety disorders.
Anxiety disorders in a French general psychiatric outpatient sample
Comparisons with the checklist show a clear superiority of the DISSA for depression, alcohol and anxiety disorders but not for generalized anxiety.
A standardized interview including parts of the Diagnostic Interview Schedule was used to determine the prevalence of depressive and generalized anxiety disorders among female family practice patients in San Antonio, Texas, and Monterrey, Mexico.
For depressive disorders, the 1-year symptom-free rate was only 50% and for the anxiety disorders, 50%-65%.