Associations between social anxiety, physiological reactivity, and speech disfluencies in autistic young adults and controls
CONCLUSIONS: SA or speaking-related physiological reactivity were not associated with disfluency frequencies or stuttering severity in autistic persons. Negative association between physiological reactivity and disfluency frequencies found in the control group may indicate that the physiological arousal may impact the speech production process by reducing the overt disfluencies.PMID:38593561 | DOI:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2024.106425 (Source: Journal of Communication Disorders)
Source: Journal of Communication Disorders - April 9, 2024 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Veera Pirinen Kurt Eggers Katja Dindar Terhi Helminen Aija Kotila Sanna Kuusikko-Gauffin Leena M äkinen Hanna Ebeling Tuula Hurtig Mirjami M äntymaa Soile Loukusa Source Type: research

Associations between social anxiety, physiological reactivity, and speech disfluencies in autistic young adults and controls
CONCLUSIONS: SA or speaking-related physiological reactivity were not associated with disfluency frequencies or stuttering severity in autistic persons. Negative association between physiological reactivity and disfluency frequencies found in the control group may indicate that the physiological arousal may impact the speech production process by reducing the overt disfluencies.PMID:38593561 | DOI:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2024.106425 (Source: Journal of Communication Disorders)
Source: Journal of Communication Disorders - April 9, 2024 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Veera Pirinen Kurt Eggers Katja Dindar Terhi Helminen Aija Kotila Sanna Kuusikko-Gauffin Leena M äkinen Hanna Ebeling Tuula Hurtig Mirjami M äntymaa Soile Loukusa Source Type: research

Associations between social anxiety, physiological reactivity, and speech disfluencies in autistic young adults and controls
CONCLUSIONS: SA or speaking-related physiological reactivity were not associated with disfluency frequencies or stuttering severity in autistic persons. Negative association between physiological reactivity and disfluency frequencies found in the control group may indicate that the physiological arousal may impact the speech production process by reducing the overt disfluencies.PMID:38593561 | DOI:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2024.106425 (Source: Journal of Communication Disorders)
Source: Journal of Communication Disorders - April 9, 2024 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Veera Pirinen Kurt Eggers Katja Dindar Terhi Helminen Aija Kotila Sanna Kuusikko-Gauffin Leena M äkinen Hanna Ebeling Tuula Hurtig Mirjami M äntymaa Soile Loukusa Source Type: research

Associations between social anxiety, physiological reactivity, and speech disfluencies in autistic young adults and controls
CONCLUSIONS: SA or speaking-related physiological reactivity were not associated with disfluency frequencies or stuttering severity in autistic persons. Negative association between physiological reactivity and disfluency frequencies found in the control group may indicate that the physiological arousal may impact the speech production process by reducing the overt disfluencies.PMID:38593561 | DOI:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2024.106425 (Source: Journal of Communication Disorders)
Source: Journal of Communication Disorders - April 9, 2024 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Veera Pirinen Kurt Eggers Katja Dindar Terhi Helminen Aija Kotila Sanna Kuusikko-Gauffin Leena M äkinen Hanna Ebeling Tuula Hurtig Mirjami M äntymaa Soile Loukusa Source Type: research

Associations between social anxiety, physiological reactivity, and speech disfluencies in autistic young adults and controls
CONCLUSIONS: SA or speaking-related physiological reactivity were not associated with disfluency frequencies or stuttering severity in autistic persons. Negative association between physiological reactivity and disfluency frequencies found in the control group may indicate that the physiological arousal may impact the speech production process by reducing the overt disfluencies.PMID:38593561 | DOI:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2024.106425 (Source: Journal of Communication Disorders)
Source: Journal of Communication Disorders - April 9, 2024 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Veera Pirinen Kurt Eggers Katja Dindar Terhi Helminen Aija Kotila Sanna Kuusikko-Gauffin Leena M äkinen Hanna Ebeling Tuula Hurtig Mirjami M äntymaa Soile Loukusa Source Type: research

Associations between social anxiety, physiological reactivity, and speech disfluencies in autistic young adults and controls
CONCLUSIONS: SA or speaking-related physiological reactivity were not associated with disfluency frequencies or stuttering severity in autistic persons. Negative association between physiological reactivity and disfluency frequencies found in the control group may indicate that the physiological arousal may impact the speech production process by reducing the overt disfluencies.PMID:38593561 | DOI:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2024.106425 (Source: Journal of Communication Disorders)
Source: Journal of Communication Disorders - April 9, 2024 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Veera Pirinen Kurt Eggers Katja Dindar Terhi Helminen Aija Kotila Sanna Kuusikko-Gauffin Leena M äkinen Hanna Ebeling Tuula Hurtig Mirjami M äntymaa Soile Loukusa Source Type: research

Associations between social anxiety, physiological reactivity, and speech disfluencies in autistic young adults and controls
CONCLUSIONS: SA or speaking-related physiological reactivity were not associated with disfluency frequencies or stuttering severity in autistic persons. Negative association between physiological reactivity and disfluency frequencies found in the control group may indicate that the physiological arousal may impact the speech production process by reducing the overt disfluencies.PMID:38593561 | DOI:10.1016/j.jcomdis.2024.106425 (Source: Journal of Communication Disorders)
Source: Journal of Communication Disorders - April 9, 2024 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Veera Pirinen Kurt Eggers Katja Dindar Terhi Helminen Aija Kotila Sanna Kuusikko-Gauffin Leena M äkinen Hanna Ebeling Tuula Hurtig Mirjami M äntymaa Soile Loukusa Source Type: research

Evaluation of effect of brief-intensive cognitive behavior therapy on symptoms severity in relation with catastrophic cognition in patients with panic disorder: a randomized controlled trial
Conclusions: The study showed that brief-intensive CBT is an effective technique for reducing the severity of symptoms among PD patients. But, it was not effective to improve the cognitive level in PD patients at one month.Trial Registration: The study received ethical approval from the Duhok Directorate General of Health registered with the reference number 1808202 l-8-5 on August 18, 2021.PMID:38465410 | DOI:10.1080/03007995.2024.2328651 (Source: Current Medical Research and Opinion)
Source: Current Medical Research and Opinion - March 11, 2024 Category: Research Authors: Rasoul Sabri Piro Perjan Hashim Taha Source Type: research

Evaluation of effect of brief-intensive cognitive behavior therapy on symptoms severity in relation with catastrophic cognition in patients with panic disorder: a randomized controlled trial
CONCLUSIONS: The study showed that brief-intensive CBT is an effective technique for reducing the severity of symptoms among PD patients. But, it was not effective to improve the cognitive level in PD patients at one month.PMID:38465410 | DOI:10.1080/03007995.2024.2328651 (Source: Current Medical Research and Opinion)
Source: Current Medical Research and Opinion - March 11, 2024 Category: Research Authors: Rasoul Sabri Piro Perjan Hashim Taha Source Type: research

Panic disorder: Epidemiology, disability, and treatment gap from nationally representative general population of India
CONCLUSION: It is the first study reporting prevalence from a nationally representative sample from the general population of India. The survey has shed light on the epidemiology and the challenges faced by those with PD which emphasizes the urgency of bridging the treatment gap. These findings are paramount to the development of more inclusive and effective mental health policies and interventions to tackle the current burden due to PD.PMID:38298880 | PMC:PMC10826862 | DOI:10.4103/indianjpsychiatry.indianjpsychiatry_825_23 (Source: Indian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Indian Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2024 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Pavithra Jayasankar Suhas Satish Hari Hara Suchandra Narayana Manjunatha Girish N Rao Gopalkrishna Gururaj Mathew Varghese Vivek Benegal NMHS National Collaborators Group Source Type: research

Current prevalence and determinants of generalized anxiety disorder from a nationally representative, population-based survey of India
CONCLUSION: NMHS 2016 has provided valuable insights into the epidemiology and burden of GAD among the general population. The available findings provide a glimpse of the current scenario in GAD to aid policymakers in targeting interventions.PMID:38298878 | PMC:PMC10826860 | DOI:10.4103/indianjpsychiatry.indianjpsychiatry_824_23 (Source: Indian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Indian Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2024 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Pavithra Jayasankar Satish Suhas Lakshmi P Nirisha Sharad Philip Narayana Manjunatha Girish N Rao Gopalkrishna Gururaj Mathew Varghese Vivek Benegal NMHS National Collaborators Group Source Type: research

Panic disorder: Epidemiology, disability, and treatment gap from nationally representative general population of India
CONCLUSION: It is the first study reporting prevalence from a nationally representative sample from the general population of India. The survey has shed light on the epidemiology and the challenges faced by those with PD which emphasizes the urgency of bridging the treatment gap. These findings are paramount to the development of more inclusive and effective mental health policies and interventions to tackle the current burden due to PD.PMID:38298880 | PMC:PMC10826862 | DOI:10.4103/indianjpsychiatry.indianjpsychiatry_825_23 (Source: Indian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Indian Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2024 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Pavithra Jayasankar Suhas Satish Hari Hara Suchandra Narayana Manjunatha Girish N Rao Gopalkrishna Gururaj Mathew Varghese Vivek Benegal NMHS National Collaborators Group Source Type: research

Current prevalence and determinants of generalized anxiety disorder from a nationally representative, population-based survey of India
CONCLUSION: NMHS 2016 has provided valuable insights into the epidemiology and burden of GAD among the general population. The available findings provide a glimpse of the current scenario in GAD to aid policymakers in targeting interventions.PMID:38298878 | PMC:PMC10826860 | DOI:10.4103/indianjpsychiatry.indianjpsychiatry_824_23 (Source: Indian Journal of Psychiatry)
Source: Indian Journal of Psychiatry - February 1, 2024 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Pavithra Jayasankar Satish Suhas Lakshmi P Nirisha Sharad Philip Narayana Manjunatha Girish N Rao Gopalkrishna Gururaj Mathew Varghese Vivek Benegal NMHS National Collaborators Group Source Type: research