Anxiety disorder presentations in Asian populations: a review.

  • Hinton D
  • Park L
  • Hsia C
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Abstract

This article reviews typical anxiety presentations in Asia, and among Asian refugees. In Asia, there are multiple functional somatic syndromes that are common anxiety presentations. These distress syndromes often produce catastrophic cognitions about anxiety-type somatic and psychological symptoms. These functional somatic syndromes should be understood, and specifically assessed and addressed, in order to optimize the evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders among Asian individuals.

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  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Anxiety Disorders: diagnosis
  • Anxiety Disorders: ethnology
  • Anxiety Disorders: psychology
  • Asian Continental Ancestry Group
  • Asian Continental Ancestry Group: ethnology
  • Asian Continental Ancestry Group: psychology
  • Cross-Cultural Comparison
  • Diagnosis
  • Differential
  • Humans

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Authors

  • Devon Hinton

  • Lawrence Park

  • Curtis Hsia

  • Stefan Hofmann

  • Mark H Pollack

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