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ANXIETY, MOOD, SOMATOFORM, AND DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS 1
Analyzing Components of Anxiety
Pedreed Anjahal
University of Phoenix
PSY/410
Facilitator: Maria Neely, MA, M.Ed.
June 27, 2011

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ANXIETY, MOOD, SOMATOFORM, AND DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS 2
Analyzing Components of Various Disorders
Analyzing the components of anxiety, mood, somatoform, and dissociative disorders
helps better to understand the behaviors in humans. However, these disorders appear to have
biological, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral effects on a person life and his abilities to
function in society. The direct causes of anxiety, mood, somatoform, and dissociative disorders
vary among ages, cultures, genders, and class. Depending on a series of events and factors
determines how and when the disorder is likely to surface.
In addition, analyzing the affects disorders cause helps with diagnoses and treatment.
Knowledge of personal history supports the correlation among biological, emotional, cognitive,
and behavioral components of anxiety, mood, dissociative, and somatoform disorders.
Identifying the disorders through observation, research, and statistical matters helps to
summarize factors that dominate the onset of the disorder (s). Moreover, disorders range from
insurmountable levels of exposure to specific influences, which affect the lives of many people,
and is analyzed through comparison.
Behavioral Components of Anxiety Disorders
Anxiety disorders cover several topic disorders such as generalized anxiety, panic
disorders, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, posttraumatic stress, and acute stress
disorders. The effects of anxiety occurs at any age, but more prevalent in adolescents and adults
(Hansell & Damour, 2008). Demographically women are two times more likely than men to
suffer from general anxiety, panic disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder (Hansell &
Damour, 2008). Panic disorders have a significant biological connection, especially in women
(Hansell & Damour, 2008).

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