pdf response of anxiety to relaxation: is the diagnosis important?

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Annelee Mataheru, Rikkie Overbeek, Mia Scheffers, Jooske van Busschbach, Jan van Dixhoorn, Poster presented at the ISARP meeting in Brunswick, 2014

The of anxiety to relaxation were assessed in 255 patients: 43% had blocking stressors, but 57% had not. The ones with stressors had more often a DSM-IVdiagnosis, but when the process variables were included the prediction of the presence of stressors was greater (63%) than when only the initial variables were used (20%) and the diagnosis lost its meaning.