Can pain intensity scores predict psychosocial outcomes longitudinally? This study examines that question.
Researchers conducted a meta-analysis of 181 publications that contrasted the neural activity of subjects with anxiety with subjects in control groups or healthy subjects in a safe condition with healthy subjects in an unpredictable-threat condition.
While tensions may have been high on both sides of the aisle during the last presidential election, the proportion of Americans who say they are stressed about the presidential election has increased dramatically since 2016.
This study tested the hypothesis that exposure without conscious awareness would reduce fear in participants with specific phobia by harnessing the neural circuitry supporting the automatic extinction of fear.
Examining whether an early career episode of burnout has long-term consequences on cognitive functions, symptoms of depression, and insomnia for nurses a decade after graduation.
Exploring the relationships between the discrepancy facet of perfectionism, time spent on academic tasks, task-related and overall anxiety, and general psychological well-being in high-achieving university students.
Brain scans may predict which type of therapy will be most effective for obsessive-compulsive disorder in teens and adults.
A new randomized controlled clinical trial evaluated whether yoga and cognitive behavioral therapy are each more effective than stress education to treat generalized anxiety disorder.
Simple coping behaviors may protect against anxiety and depressive symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown.
Study finds screening methods for teenage girls and adult women are generally accurate for the diagnosis of generalized anxiety disorder.