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Discussion on Social Anxiety Disorder: Etiology and Early Clinical Presentation

Published: May 21, 1998

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Dr. Ballenger: Is there a link between serotonin and behavioral inhibition?
Professor Nutt: Serotonin increases behavioral inhibition and that raises interesting issues as to how SSRIs work in social phobia. As in panic disorder, we may have 2 totally opposite theories.


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Volume: 59

Quick Links: Anxiety

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