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Schiek-Gamble, C. Hurvich, M. (2015). Fear of Psychic and Physical Destruction: The Relation of Child Abuse, Negative Life Events, and Adult Attachment to Annihilation Anxiety. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 63(3):NP27-NP33.
  

(2015). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 63(3):NP27-NP33

Fear of Psychic and Physical Destruction: The Relation of Child Abuse, Negative Life Events, and Adult Attachment to Annihilation Anxiety

Caroline Schiek-Gamble and Marvin Hurvich

Anxiety is an evolutionary construct, our understanding of which has grown significantly. Research has shown that 15.7 million people living in the United States are affected by anxiety in any given year and that as many as 30 million suffer from anxiety at one point during their life (Lépin 2013). Different manifestations of anxiety indicate its nature and often severity. For instance, Spielberger, Gorsuch, and Lushene (1970), describing anxiety as commonly experienced, distinguished state anxiety from trait anxiety.

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