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Q: In a review of research it estimated that what kind of children are seven times likely at risk to suffer from social anxiety disorder
A: inhibited children
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the amygdala is more strongly activated when people with social anxiety disorder see faces with negative expressions than when they see happy faces.
Research on social anxiety disorder has found that: A. dysfunction in the amygdala causes social anxiety disorder. B. the hippocampus and cortical areas near it function normally in people who have social anxiety disorder. C. the amygdala is more strongly activated when people with social anxiety disorder see faces with negative expressions than when they see happy faces. D. the left hemisphere plays a part in social anxiety disorder and withdrawal emotions.
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What are the possible causes of social anxiety disorder?
-hereditary component -history of panic disorder triggered by treatments that activate the autonomic nervous system (this would include injections of lactic acid, yohimbine, or doxapram) -breathing in a lot of carbon dioxide
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Treatment for social anxiety disorders
-benzodiazepines -treatments that desensitize patients to the objects of situations they fear
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A woman is 5’7″, 160 lbs, and wears a size 8 shoe. She says, “My feet are huge. I’ve asked three orthopedists to surgically reduce my feet.” This person tries to buy shoes to make her feet look smaller and, in social settings, conceals both feet under a table or chair. Which health problem is likely? a.Social anxiety disorder b.Body dysmorphic disorder c.Separation anxiety disorder d.Obsessive-compulsive disorder due to a medical condition
B Body dysmorphic disorder refers to a preoccupation with an imagined defect in appearance in a normal-appearing person. The patient’s feet are proportional to the rest of the body. In obsessive-compulsive or related disorder due to a medical condition, the individual’s symptoms of obsessions and compulsions are a direct physiological result of a medical condition. Social anxiety disorder, also called social phobia, is characterized by severe anxiety or fear provoked by exposure to a social or a performance situation that will be evaluated negatively by others. People with separation anxiety disorder exhibit developmentally inappropriate levels of concern over being away from a significant other.
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social phobia or social anxiety disorder
An anxiety disorder involving the extreme and irrational fear of being embarrassed, judged, or scrutinized by others in social situations
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True or false, the primary diagnostic criterion of social anxiety disorder is an exaggerated shyness that results in an inability to interact in a social setting.
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