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Panic disorder is a chronic course disorder that causes important distress and impaired social function. The relationship between personality disorders and panic disorder has been studied, and determines its severity, course and treatment, but it has not been studied the relationship between personality traits and outcome of panic disorder. 82 patients with a first episode of panic disorder are selected and followed during 1 year, to analyze the existence and kind of relationship between their personality traits and the outcome of their disorder.

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Bárbara Navarro, Mónica Sánchez, Andrés Herrán, Deirdre Sierra-Biddle. Relationship between personality traits and panic disorder. Actas españolas de psiquiatría. 2013 Jan-Feb;41(1):27-32


PMID: 23440533

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