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Psychosocial treatment for panic disorder: An umbrella review of systematic reviews and meta-analyses.

Ana Rabasco, Dean McKay, Jasper A Smits, Mark B Powers, Alicia E Meuret, Patrick B McGrath,

Panic disorder is a common and disabling psychiatric condition marked by sudden onset of physiological sensations that are appraised as dangerous. A number of studies and reviews have examined the efficacy of psychosocial treatments for PD; however, there is a lack of overarching reports that discuss the strength of evidence ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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Intolerance of COVID-19-related uncertainty and depressive and anxiety symptoms during the pandemic: A longitudinal study in Argentina

del-Valle Macarena V., López-Morales Hernán, Andrés María Laura, Yerro-Avincetto Matías, Gelpi Trudo Rosario, Urquijo Sebastián, Canet-Juric Lorena,

The current COVID-19 pandemic is a novel, unprecedented situation that has created considerable uncertainty due in part to the unpredictability of the future situation. Intolerance of Uncertainty is the inability to withstand negative uncertain situations, and predisposes people to overestimate threats and to develop psychopathological symptoms. The aim of this ... Read more >>

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Intolerance of uncertainty prospectively predicts the transdiagnostic severity of emotional psychopathology: Evidence from a Veteran sample.

Christopher Hunt, Julie J Exline, Terri L Fletcher, Ellen J Teng,

Intolerance of uncertainty (IU) has been conceptualized as a transdiagnostic vulnerability for emotional psychopathology, but few studies have tested whether it prospectively predicts emotional psychopathology, and none have utilized transdiagnostic and clinician-rated outcomes. To fill this gap, the present study tested whether IU prospectively predicted the clinician-rated severity of transdiagnostic ... Read more >>

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Mental contamination, PTSD symptoms, and coping following sexual trauma: Results from a daily monitoring study.

Jordyn M Tipsword, C Alex Brake, Jesse McCann, Matthew W Southward, Christal L Badour,

Mental contamination (MC) - dirtiness experienced in the absence of contact with a physical contaminant - has been linked to PTSD symptoms following sexual trauma. However, there is limited understanding regarding the temporal nature of this association. The present study utilized experience sampling to examine associations between baseline and daily ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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Metacognition, cognition and social anxiety: A test of temporal and reciprocal relationships.

Henrik Nordahl, Frederick Anyan, Odin Hjemdal, Adrian Wells,

Cognitive models of social anxiety give prominence to dysfunctional schemas about the social self as the key underlying factors in maladaptive self-processing strategies and social anxiety symptoms. In contrast, the metacognitive model argues that beliefs about cognition represent a central belief domain underlying psychopathology and cognitive schemas as products of ... Read more >>

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Does a unique co-occurring OCD and PTSD factor structure exist?: Examination of overlapping OCD and PTSD symptom clusters.

Caitlin M Pinciotti, Gregor Horvath, Chad T Wetterneck, Bradley C Riemann,

OCD and PTSD share many commonalities, including phenotypic and functional overlap in symptoms. Specifically, both disorders are characterized by unwanted, intrusive, anxiety/distress-eliciting intrusive thoughts and evoking behaviors intended to control, neutralize, suppress, or outright avoid intrusive thoughts and associated anxiety/distress. Extant factor analytic research supports a model of PTSD at ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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Comparing symptom networks of daytime and nocturnal panic attacks in a community-based sample.

Nicole S Smith, Brian W Bauer, Daniel W Capron,

Nocturnal panic refers to waking in a state of panic without obvious triggers, experiencing the same symptoms as panic attacks that occur while awake. Interrelationships between daytime and nocturnal panic symptoms have not been examined despite theories suggesting panic symptoms perpetuate one another in a forward feedback loop. The current ... Read more >>

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Examining the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic through the lens of the network approach to psychopathology: Analysis of the Brazilian Longitudinal Study of Health (ELSA-Brasil) cohort over a 12-year timespan.

Paulo Jeng Chian Suen, Pedro Starzynski Bacchi, Lais Razza, Leonardo Afonso Dos Santos, Daniel Fatori, Izio Klein, Ives Cavalcante Passos, Jordan W Smoller, Sarah Bauermeister, Alessandra Carvalho Goulart, Itamar de Souza Santos, Isabela Martins Bensenor, Paulo Andrade Lotufo, Alexandre Heeren, Andre Russowsky Brunoni,

Cohort studies have displayed mixed findings on changes in mental symptoms severity in 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak started. Network approaches can provide additional insights by analyzing the connectivity of such symptoms. We assessed the network structure of mental symptoms in the Brazilian Longitudinal Study of Health (ELSA-Brasil) in ... Read more >>

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You see what you avoid: Fear of spiders and avoidance are associated with predominance of spiders in binocular rivalry.

Ulrich W D Müller, Antje B M Gerdes, Georg W Alpers,

What we see is the result of an efficient selection of cues in the visual stream. In addition to physical characteristics this process is also influenced by emotional salience of the cues. Previously, we showed in spider phobic patients that fear-related pictures gain preferential access to consciousness in binocular rivalry. ... Read more >>

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Development and validation of the Modeling of Parental Anxiety Questionnaire.

Sigrid Elfström, Johan Ahlen,

Parental anxious modeling is assumed to be a risk factor for child anxiety. Until now there has been no self-assessment scale available that measures parental modeling of anxiety in a comprehensive way. Our aim with this study was to bridge this gap by developing the Modeling of Parental Anxiety Questionnaire ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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Ethnic differences in behavioral and physiological indicators of sensitivity to threat.

Kelly A Correa, Vivian Carrillo, Carter J Funkhouser, Elyse R Shenberger, Stewart A Shankman,

The clinical presentation of anxiety may differ between Hispanics/Latinx (H/L) and non-H/L, although findings on ethnic differences in self-reported anxiety symptoms have been mixed. Fewer studies have focused on ethnic differences in quick and relatively automatic laboratory-assessed indicators of anxiety symptoms, which have the potential to be more objective indicators ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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Association of attention and memory biases for negative stimuli with post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms.

Gabriella Imbriano, Monika Waszczuk, Suparna Rajaram, Camilo Ruggero, Jiaju Miao, Sean Clouston, Benjamin Luft, Roman Kotov, Aprajita Mohanty,

Cognitive models have highlighted the role of attentional and memory biases towards negatively-valenced emotional stimuli in the maintenance of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, previous research has focused mainly on attentional biases towards distracting (task-irrelevant) negative stimuli. Furthermore, attentional and memory biases have been examined in isolation and the links ... Read more >>

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An investigation into the bidirectional relationship between post-traumatic stress disorder and suicidal ideation: A nine year study.

Katherine Musacchio Schafer, Kevin J Clancy, Thomas Joiner,

Suicide is the second leading cause of death in adolescents; a frequent precursor of suicide is suicidal ideation (SI). Literature indicates that Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and SI are robust cross-sectional correlates of one another, with PTSD often being conceptualized as a risk factor (i.e., conferring risk) for SI. Indeed, ... Read more >>

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The development and preliminary validation of a brief scale of emotional distress in young people using combined classical test theory and item response theory approaches: The Brief Emotional Distress Scale for Youth (BEDSY).

Susan H Spence, Ronald M Rapee,

Reliable, valid, and brief measures are important for identifying young people in community contexts who experience mental health problems. This paper reports the development and preliminary validation of the Brief Emotional Distress Scale for Youth (BEDSY), a measure based on anxiety and depression symptoms that load strongly upon the general ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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PTSD symptom heterogeneity and alcohol-related outcomes in U.S. military veterans: Indirect associations with coping strategies.

Alexandra N Palmisano, Sonya B Norman, Kaitlyn E Panza, Ismene L Petrakis, Robert H Pietrzak,

<h4>Introduction</h4>This study investigated the role of coping strategies in mediating the relationship between the 7-factor model of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms and alcohol misuse in veterans.<h4>Methods</h4>Data were analyzed from 615 veterans from a nationally representative study of U.S. veterans who met criteria for probable full or subthreshold PTSD. Path ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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The uptake and outcomes of Internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy for health anxiety symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Maria J Sharrock, Alison E J Mahoney, Hila Haskelberg, Michael Millard, Jill M Newby,

<h4>Background</h4>Internet cognitive behavioural therapy (iCBT) for health anxiety has demonstrated efficacy but has not been evaluated during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study presents the first evaluation of the uptake and outcomes of iCBT for health anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic.<h4>Methods</h4>THIS WAY UP is an Australian digital mental health service which ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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Examining attendance patterns across integrated therapies for posttraumatic stress disorder and alcohol use disorder.

Elizabeth Straus, Matthew J Worley, Robert Lyons, Alexander C Kline, Jessica C Tripp, Brittany C Davis, Moira Haller, Abigail C Angkaw, Ryan S Trim, Sonya B Norman,

A substantial body of evidence supports the use of integrated treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and alcohol use disorder (AUD). Integrated trauma-focused exposure therapies reduce PTSD symptoms more than comparison treatments, including integrated coping skills therapies, but demonstrate lower attendance, raising questions regarding the relationships between attendance, outcomes, and ... Read more >>

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The latent structure of ICD-11 posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and complex PTSD in a general population sample from USA: A factor mixture modelling approach.

Enya Redican, Marylene Cloitre, Philip Hyland, Orla McBride, Thanos Karatzias, Jamie Murphy, Mark Shevlin,

The validity of ICD-11 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Complex PTSD (CPTSD), as measured by the International Trauma Questionnaire (ITQ; Cloitre et al., 2018) has been supported in many factor analytic and mixture modelling studies. There is, however, a paucity of research investigating the latent structure of the ITQ using ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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Comparison of symptom-based versus self-reported diagnostic measures of anxiety and depression disorders in the GLAD and COPING cohorts.

Molly R Davies, Joshua E J Buckman, Brett N Adey, Chérie Armour, John R Bradley, Susannah C B Curzons, Helena L Davies, Katrina A S Davis, Kimberley A Goldsmith, Colette R Hirsch, Matthew Hotopf, Christopher Hübel, Ian R Jones, Gursharan Kalsi, Georgina Krebs, Yuhao Lin, Ian Marsh, Monika McAtarsney-Kovacs, Andrew M McIntosh, Jessica Mundy, Dina Monssen, Alicia J Peel, Henry C Rogers, Megan Skelton, Daniel J Smith, Abigail Ter Kuile, Katherine N Thompson, David Veale, James T R Walters, Roland Zahn, Gerome Breen, Thalia C Eley,

<h4>Background</h4>Understanding and improving outcomes for people with anxiety or depression often requires large sample sizes. To increase participation and reduce costs, such research is typically unable to utilise "gold-standard" methods to ascertain diagnoses, instead relying on remote, self-report measures.<h4>Aims</h4>Assess the comparability of remote diagnostic methods for anxiety and depression disorders ... Read more >>

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Do positive and negative emotional reactions during war predict subsequent symptomatology? A prospective experience sampling study.

Liron Lapid Pickman, Marc Gelkopf, Talya Greene,

While peritraumatic negative emotions have been associated with subsequent posttraumatic stress and depression, the predictive role of real-time emotional reactions to specific stressors during prolonged stress exposure is still unclear, particularly that of positive emotions. The current study uses experience sampling methodology to examine individual general levels of negative and ... Read more >>

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When a nightmare comes true: Change in obsessive-compulsive disorder over the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lena Jelinek, Ulrich Voderholzer, Steffen Moritz, Hannes Per Carsten, Anja Riesel, Franziska Miegel,

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has particularly affected people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Exacerbation of obsessive-compulsive symptoms (OCS) has been suspected for those with contamination-related OCD (C-OCD). However, the course of OCS over the ongoing pandemic remains unclear. We assessed 268 participants with OCD (n = 184 with C-OCD) in an ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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Efficacy and acceptability of interventions for co-occurring PTSD and SUD: A meta-analysis.

Tracy L Simpson, Simon B Goldberg, Diana K N Louden, Shannon M Blakey, Sage E Hawn, Aline Lott, Kendall C Browne, Keren Lehavot, Debra Kaysen,

Over the past 20 years, numerous treatments addressing comorbid Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) have been developed and tested. The current meta-analysis examined the efficacy and acceptability of the two central treatment types- trauma-focused and non-trauma-focused - compared with all comparators and with cognitive-behavioral manualized SUD ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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Immunization stress-related responses: Implications for vaccination hesitancy and vaccination processes during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Steven Taylor, Gordon J G Asmundson,

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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Mental contamination, disgust, and other negative emotions among survivors of sexual trauma: Results from a daily monitoring study.

C Alex Brake, Jordyn M Tipsword, Christal L Badour,

Mental contamination (MC)-feelings of dirtiness triggered by internal sources-is a potentially important yet understudied factor for survivors of sexual trauma. MC has been linked to disgust and other negative emotions (e.g., shame, guilt) cross-sectionally and in lab-based paradigms but not yet examined in ecological contexts. Additionally, links between MC and ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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An experience sampling investigation of emotion and worry in people with generalized anxiety disorder.

Elizabeth J Pawluk, Naomi Koerner, Janice R Kuo, Martin M Antony,

Emotion-oriented theories (e.g., emotion dysregulation model, Mennin et al., 2005; contrast avoidance model; Newman & Llera, 2011) posit that people with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) have disturbances in emotion, experience negative emotion as aversive and in turn use maladaptive strategies, including worry, to regulate their distress. Much of what is ... Read more >>

J Anxiety Disord (Journal of anxiety disorders)
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