Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Anxiety Disorders

Edited by Vladimir Kalinin

Moscow Research Institute of Psychiatry, Russia

During the last 2-3 decades drastic research progress in anxiety issues has been achieved. It concerns mostly the study of different subtypes of anxiety and their treatment. Nevertheless, the data on anxiety pathogenesis is less elaborated, although here a multidimensional approach exists. It includes neurochemistry, pathophysiology, endocrinology and psychopharmacology. Again, we are able to recognize the multifarious sense of anxiety, and the present collective monograph composed of 16 separate chapters depicting the different aspects of anxiety. Moreover, a great part of book includes chapters on neurochemistry, physiology and pharmacology of anxiety. The novel data on psychopathology and clinical signs of anxiety and its relationship with other psychopathological phenomena is also presented. The current monograph may represent an interest and be of practical use not only for clinicians but for a broad range of specialists, including biochemists, physiologists, pharmacologists and specialists in veterinary.

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Anxiety DisordersEdited by Vladimir Kalinin

Published: August 1st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/1021

ISBN: 978-953-307-592-1

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5 Crossref Citations

28 Web of Science Citations

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1. A Probable Etiology and Pathomechanism of Arousal and Anxiety on Cellular Level - Is It the Key for Recovering from Exaggerated Anxiety?

By András Sikter and Roberto De Guevara

1522

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2. Relationship Between Oxidative Stress and Anxiety: Emerging Role of Antioxidants Within Therapeutic or Preventive Approaches

By Jaouad Bouayed

2351

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3. Pharmacology of 5-HT2 Modulation of Amygdala & Hypothalamus in Anxiety Disorders

By Xiaolong Jiang, Aiqin Chen, Stanley Smerin, Lei Zhang and He Li

2020

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4. Adenosine Signaling in Anxiety

By Christina L. Ruby, Chelsea A. Adams, David A. Mrazek and Doo-Sup Choi

2888

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5. PTSD and Current Translational Research

By Lei Zhang, Xian-Zhang Hu, Xiaoxia Li, He Li and Robert Ursano

2363

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6. Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors in Peripheral Tissues: Implications for Toxicology

By Daniela Durand, Lila Carniglia, Carla Caruso and Mercedes Lasaga

1624

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7. The Carioca High and Low Conditioned Freezing Lines: A New Animal Model of Generalized Anxiety Disorder

By Vitor de Castro Gomes, Carlos Eduardo Barroso Silva and J. Landeira-Fernandez

1245

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8. The Loss of Glutamate-GABA Harmony in Anxiety Disorders

By Joanna M Wierońska, K. Stachowicz, G. Nowak and A. Pilc

7796

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9. Role of the Endocannabinoid System in Anxiety and Stress-Related Disorders

By Irit Akirav

1442

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10. New Anxiolytic Phytopharmaceutical Elaborated with the Standardized Extract of Galphimia glauca

By Jaime Tortoriello, Armando Herrera-Arellano, Maribel Lucila Herrera-Ruiz, Alejandro Zamilpa, Manases González-Cortazar and Jesús Enrique Jiménez-Ferrer

1938

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11. Psychophysiological Markers of Anxiety Disorders and Anxiety Symptoms

By Seung-Hwan Lee and Gewn-Hi Park

2316

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12. Comorbidity of Anxiety and Affective Disorders as Neuropsychiatric and Evolutionary Problem (A New Concept)

By Vladimir V. Kalinin

1225

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13. Pharmacological Resistance of Stress Enhanced Fear Learning in an Animal Model of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

By Virginia Long, Wendy Fujioka, Dorsa Amir and Michael Fanselow

1119

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14. Anxiety Disorders in Dogs

By Miguel Ibáñez Talegón and Bernadette Anzola Delgado

6854

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15. MicroRNA-Mediated Regulation and the Genetic Susceptibility to Anxiety Disorders

By Yolanda Espinosa-Parrilla and Margarita Muiños-Gimeno

1174

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16. Neurosteroid Biosynthesis Upregulation: A Novel Promising Therapy for Anxiety Disorders and PTSD

By Graziano Pinna

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