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GENERALISED ANXIETY DISORDER (GAD) The concept of generalised anxiety disorder is subject to discussion. , 1994). The diagnostic category of GAD has changed a lot in the past two decades (Brawman-Mintzer and Lydiard, 1996). The shifting diagnostic criteria, the relative low diagnostic reliability, and questions regarding the diagnostic validity probably contributed to the relative little attention that has been paid to the investigation of GAD compared with most other anxiety disorders. Prevalence The most recent epidemiological study using DSM-III-R criteria is the NCS in the United States.

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However, they did not find any different rate of comorbid depression among the anxiety disorders. GENERALISED ANXIETY DISORDER (GAD) The concept of generalised anxiety disorder is subject to discussion. , 1994). The diagnostic category of GAD has changed a lot in the past two decades (Brawman-Mintzer and Lydiard, 1996). The shifting diagnostic criteria, the relative low diagnostic reliability, and questions regarding the diagnostic validity probably contributed to the relative little attention that has been paid to the investigation of GAD compared with most other anxiety disorders.

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