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Development and vulnerability: new perspectives for anxiety disorders - Where have we been, and where are we going?
Neural circuits mediating stress - Suppression of pituitary ACTH release and peripheral inflammation
Lopez, J.F.; Akil, H.; Watson, S.J.
Stress and hippocampal neurogenesis - Its causes and physiological and ethological consequences
Gould, E.; Tanapat, P.
Corticotropin-releasing hormone receptor subtypes and emotion - suppression of pituitary ACTH release and peripheral inflammation
Steckler, T.; Holsboer, F.
The impact of early adverse experiences on brain systems involved in the pathophysiology of anxiety and affective disorders - A chronobiological analysis
Heim, C.; Nemeroff, C.B.
Vulnerability factors among children at risk for anxiety disorders - Mechanisms of psychiatric disorder
Merikangas, K.R.; Avenevoli, S.; Dierker, L.; Grillon, C.
Early childhood predictors of adult anxiety disorders - A control study
Kagan, J.; Snidman, N.
A developmental psychopathology model of childhood traumatic stress and intersection with anxiety disorders - Experiences from the ''Jupiter'' sinking
Pynoos, R.S.; Steinberg, A.M.; Piacentini, J.C.
Pathophysiology of childhood anxiety disorders - mechanisms of psychiatric disorder
The treatment of anxiety disorders in children and adolescents - Relations to age and level of psychosocial maturity
Labellarte, M.J.; Ginsburg, G.S.; Walkup, J.T.; Riddle, M.A.
Current treatments of the anxiety disorders in adults - Long-term outcome and differential effects