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  1. panic disorder symptoms (examples from text/class)
  2. behavioral explanation (panic & agoraphobic)
  3. psychodynamic treatment (panic & agoraphobic)
  4. panic attacks
  5. Somatization Disorder
  1. a 24 sessions focused on identifying emotions and meaning underlying panic attacks
  2. b marked by numerous reoccuring physical ailments w/o organic basis, last longer than conversion disorder, 8 symptoms 4 pain 2 gastro 1 sexual 1 psuedo neurological (stroke like, vision problems, muscle probs)
  3. c abrupt feeling of intense apprehension/terror, impending doom, accompanied by (4) physical symptoms heart palpitations, chest pain, shortness of breath, dizziness, hot flashes, sweating, peak @ 10 min
  4. d classical conditioning (interoceptive): panic attacks are conditioned to responses to anxiety triggering situations or internal bodily sensation of arousal, people learn what things/situations cause panic and avoid those things to avoid panic
  5. e recurrent uncued panic attacks (1 month), constant worry about more attacks...example: Jenny unexpected heart pounding, sweaty palms, deep sense of fear something was wrong, worried about reoccurence, began avoiding public situations b/c fear of being humiliated

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. in past (1960s), concept of neurosis (unrealistic anxiety and depression), anxiety resulted from id/ego conflict when defense mechanisms were overworked (GAD), anal fixation= impulses to soil transformed into compulsive cleanliness, person experiences urge as compulsive, obsessive thought (OCD)
  2. psychoanalytic; uncover hidden motivations
    biological: ssris, relapse common once stopped
    psychological: exposure/ritual prevention
    psychosurgery: lesion to cingulate bundle 30% effective
  3. the locus ceruleus (part of fear circuit), major source of norepinephrine which triggers SNS
  4. likelihood of attack is greater in situations where they have previously occured
  5. 1) obsession: recurrent persistant thoughts 2)compulsion: repetitive behaviors, response to behaviors

5 True/False questions

  1. situationally bound (cued) panic attackslikelihood of attack is greater in situations where they have previously occured

          

  2. conversion disorder vs malingeringmarked by numerous reoccuring physical ailments w/o organic basis, last longer than conversion disorder, 8 symptoms 4 pain 2 gastro 1 sexual 1 psuedo neurological (stroke like, vision problems, muscle probs)

          

  3. Illness Phobiafear of being in places in which it would be difficult or embarrassing to escape if panic symptoms occur

          

  4. biological treatment (panic & agoraphobic)the locus ceruleus (part of fear circuit), major source of norepinephrine which triggers SNS

          

  5. which somatoform disorders exposure and response prevention treatmentBDD

          

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