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Agoraphobia and codependency

Kenneth Alan Adams
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2012: Journal of Psychohistory
Anna Lucia S King, Alexandre M Valença, Antonio Egidio Nardi
OBJECTIVE: In this report, we present and discuss a hypothesis for the development, in individuals with panic disorder and agoraphobia, of dependence on his or her mobile phone (MP). BACKGROUND: This disorder, termed nomophobia, is a result of the development of new technologies. Nomophobia is considered a disorder of the modern world and refers to discomfort or anxiety caused by being out of contact with a MP or computer. It is the pathologic fear of remaining out of touch with technology...
March 2010: Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology: Official Journal of the Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology
A Pam, K Inghilterra, C Munson, Jacqueline
Although agoraphobia includes distinct symptoms of avoidant and dependent personality disorder, it is currently classified as a form of "anxiety disorder." Such categorization seems to imply that uncontrolled panic attacks sometimes generate subsequent avoidant and dependent traits, leading afflicted persons to virtually seclude themselves in the home. The authors propose an alternate view, suggesting that in many cases the etiology of the disorder can be attributed to a predisposing antecedent character structure...
1994: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic
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