Social and specific phobias

David M. Fresco, Brigette A. Erwin, Richard G. Heimberg, and Cynthia L. Turk Introduction

S.o.ciaL.pho.b.ia Cli nical ..presentation

Functional..impairment

Classification

DSM.and.jCD

Diagnostic. .issues

Comorbidity .and^differential. .diagnosis

Epidemiology

Prevalence

Age. at ..onset/age...of .treatment-seeking Gender .differences AetiologyM soc.i„a.l.fih.o.bia Course,, .ofsocial, .phobia Empirically., .evaluated .treatments Pharmacotherapy Psychological interventions

Management.. of .social.. phobia Prevention™ .sscia,Lp,h,o,bia

Specificphobia

Clinical, ..features. .and ..functional,. impairment

Classification

Specific phobia .subtypes

Comorbidity

Epidemiology

Preyale,nce

Gender .distribution

AetiologyM specific ..phobia

Course of specific phobia

Empirically. evaluated treatments Pharmacotherapy

Cognitive-behaviouraL interventions

Managementof specificphobiia Prevention.. of .specificphobia Chapter References

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