Psychophysiological Markers of Fear and Anxiety

AbstractPurpose of ReviewThe purpose of this paper is to provide a current review of the recent literature (2015 –2018) on psychophysiological markers of fear and anxiety.Recent FindingRelative to healthy controls, fear-based disorders are characterised by heightened physiological reactivity to circumscribe threat salient stimuli, whereas anxiety-related disorders are associated with a more blunted pattern of physiological reactivity.SummaryFear and anxiety disorders are marked by abnormal patterns of physiological reactivity, characterised by hyper- and hypo-reactivity in response to stimuli varying in threat salience.
Source: Current Psychiatry Reports - Category: Psychiatry Source Type: research

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