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Chase, J.S. (1998). Anxiety as Symptom and Signal. Edited by Steven P. Roose and Robert A. Glick. Hillsdale, NJ/London: The Analytic Press, 1995. 182 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 67(2):326-328.

(1998). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 67(2):326-328

Anxiety as Symptom and Signal. Edited by Steven P. Roose and Robert A. Glick. Hillsdale, NJ/London: The Analytic Press, 1995. 182 pp.

Review by:
J. Samuel Chase

Anxiety disorders are now recognized as the largest single group of mental disorders in the United States. According to an NIMH study, 7% of the population is affected. Moreover, in a recent survey of training analysts done by Donovan and Roose, 64% of analysts are now using psychopharmacotherapy conjointly with psychoanalysis. So this reader looked forward with great expectations to this book which promised to approach the far-reaching and crucial topic of anxiety from a variety of perspectives, including psychophysiological, pharmacological, and clinical.

Roose

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