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Demographics and Risk Factors Generalised anxiety disorder is twice as common among women as among men. , 1994). Risk factors for GAD are being separated, widowed or divorced (the same risk factors as for panic disorder), and unemployment or being a homemaker is a signiﬁcant correlate of GAD. , 1998) suggests that being widowed is not a risk factor. EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ANXIETY DISORDERS ——————————————— 15 Natural Course Generalised anxiety disorder appears to have a chronic course. Woodman et al. (1999) conducted a ﬁve-year follow-up study comparing primary GAD patients to panic disorder patients.
These features cut across phenomenological subtypes and may be useful in deﬁning homogeneous subgroups with distinct treatment outcomes (Rasmussen and Eisen, 1992). Pigott (1998) also describes core features of OCD and subdivides them in two categories: altered risk appraisal versus need for completeness/symmetry. Prevalence For OCD, prevalence ﬁgures have been gradually growing over the years, as is the case for social phobia. Formerly OCD was thought to be quite rare, as people did not easily request treatment due to fear or shame (Rasmussen and Eisen, 1992).
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Anxiety Disorders: An Introduction to Clinical Management and Research by Eric J. L. Griez (Editor), Carlo Faravelli (Editor), David Nutt (Editor), Joseph Zohar (Editor)