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Questions:
1. What are three basic manifestations of anxiety?
2. What are three gradations of anxiety intensity?
3. What are three aspects to keep in mind when diagnosing potential panic disorder clients?
4. What are four conditions that seem to run in conjunction with panic disorder?
5. What are three aspects of a co-occurring anxiety disorder and depression?
6. What are three types of phobias?
7. What are three types of substances that panic disorder clients misuse most commonly?
8. What are three steps to treating an OCD client?
9. What are three social avoidant behaviors more extreme than agoraphobia?
10. What are three characteristics of childhood agoraphobia?
11. What are three aspects of panic disorder?
12. What are three steps to helping clients overcome their anxiety over travel?
13. What type of exercise helps reduce a client’s symptom of hyperventilation?
14. What are five breathing techniques that help clients reduce stress?



Answers:
A. development in childhood and adolescence; separation anxiety; and early exposure.
B. Motivation; Pleasurable Tie-Ins; and lessening anticipatory anxiety.
C. inner ear disorders; menstruation and pregnancy; mitral valve prolapse; and enzyme impairment.
D. identification; exposure; and self-talk.
E. diagnostic differentiation; common panic disorder personality types; and panic disorder controlled by substance abuse
F. typical manifestations; irritable bowel syndrome; and loss of significant person.
G. adaptive anxiety, unadaptive anxiety, and agoraphobia. 
H. primary depression; primary anxiety disorder; and both primary depression and anxiety disorder.
I. Simple phobias; blood injury phobias; and illness phobias
J. social phobia; social skills deficit; and dysmorphophobia
K. 1-to-8 count; 1-to-4 count; 5-to-1 count; three-part breathing; and alternate nostril breathing. 
L. caffeine; illicit drugs; and alcohol.
M. Aerobic exercise
N. spontaneous anxiety; situational anxiety; and anticipatory anxiety.

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Questions
15.
What two situations causing panic were endorsed more frequently by girls, than boys?
16. According to Ramage-Morin, what is the cut-off age for a high incidence of panic attacks?
17. What is often the initial symptom experienced by individuals at the onset of a panic attack found in Figure 1? 
18. What two subtypes of phobic conditions secondary to panic disorder have been identified by Roberts? 
19. According to Iketani, what are the behavioral characteristics of panic/agoraphobic clients? 
20. According to Goodwin, studies in clinical populations have repeatedly shown linkages between panic attacks and what other psychological disorders? 
21. What type of behavior can lead to the more serious type of panic disorder called agoraphobia? 
22. What hypothesis, identified by DuPont, is proffered as a reason for addiction to alcohol and other drugs in clients experiencing panic attack? 
23. What are the four main strands of psychological/social effects of panic disorder identified by Short? 
24. What is one of the primary causes of panic disorder identified by Beamish? 
25. What addictive behavior did the author develop in order overcome her panic of going to the office? 
26. What is designed to assist panic clients in modifying specific aspects of their thinking by questioning the logical basis of their fears and by encouraging them to consider alternative ways of thinking? 

Answers
A.  The self-medication hypothesis
B.  walking alone at night and meeting strangers.
C.  (1) mixed phobia wherein relatively limited fears develop such as phobias of flying, social phobias, etc; and (2) agoraphobia where the individual develops a massive fear of public places and traveling and feels relatively safe only at home.
D.  She would fill herself full of tranquilizers
E. Hyperventilation has been considered one of the primary causes of panic disorder
F. Avoidance behavior
G.  people younger than 55 were more likely to have a panic attack
H.  anxiety disorders, depression, and alcohol use disorders.
I. Cognitive restructuring
J. avoidance against unpredictable and uncontrollable events, while setting extremely high standards to prevent panic attacks and resist changing their phobic avoidant behavior.
K. Behavioral, cognitive, affective and physiological responses, and social functioning
L. a “spontaneous increase in heart rate” is often the initial symptom