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Take Control of Your Anxiety by Laurie-Ann O'Connor, Harold Shinitzky, Chris Cortman

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Chapter Notes

Introduction

1. Alice Park. “The Two Faces,” 2011.

2. R. Kessler et al., “Epidemiology of anxiety disorders,” 21–35.

Chapter 1

1. J. Ormel et al., “Common mental disorders,” 1741–1748.

2. “Anxiety Disorders,” www.bmawellness.com/psychiatry/anxiety_disorders.html

3. R. Carlson, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff…and It’s All Small Stuff (New York: Hyperion, 1997).

Chapter 2

1. R. Sladky et al., “Disruptive Effective Connectivity,” 10:1093/cercor/bht279.

2. David King, personal interview, 2014.

3. Dr. Cathy Frank, “How Is ‘Normal’ Anxiety,” http://abcnews.go.com/AnxietyOverview

Chapter 3

1. M. Nadeem, “Impact of anxiety,” 519–528.

2. T. Holmes, “The social readjustment rating scale,” 213–21.

3. Holmes and Rahe brought to light that stress ...

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