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Book Reviews

Anxiety Disorders: An Introduction to Clinical Management and Research

Laurel L. Brown, PhD; and Andrew J. Tomarken, PhD

Published: January 15, 2003

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

Anxiety Disorders: An Introduction to Clinical Management and Research would be a valuable addition to the library of any clinician in the mental health field and is likely to be especially beneficial to the practicing psychiatrist. This edited volume grew out of postgraduate training offered collaboratively by 4 European centers of excellence in anxiety and mood disorders and consists of 19 chapters by experts in the scientific study of anxiety disorders. It is divided into 3 major sections: epidemiology and genetics, nosology and treatment, and research methods.

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Volume: 64

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