Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment in Psychiatry

Introduction: Current Concepts in Anxiety

Current Concepts in AnxietyAug 01, 06

Donald F. Klein
New York State Psychiatry Institute, New York

Introducing an up-to-date book covering a broad range of anxiety-related topics presents a problem. It seems in the nature of scientific activity that investment in one’s conclusions may lead to a less than balanced consideration or relevant evidence and analyses. Of course, this truism applies to our views of this controversial area. We hope to contribute to this dialectical process so that those who remain open-minded may arrive at their conclusions reflectively. I will emphasize issues about the anxiety disorders that seem salient to me and promising with regard to research and treatment, however, space limitations force neglect of many real advances.

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