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administration: is CRF a mediator of anxiety or stress responses? Brain Res. Rev. 15, 71–100 (1990) Berridge C.W. Physiological and behavioral responses to corticotropin-releasing factor

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Melinda Látos, Katalin Barabás, György Lázár, Ferenc Marofka, Edit Szederkényi, Pál Szenohradszky, and Márta Csabai

Pelgur, H., Atak, N., Kose, K.: Anxiety and depression levels of patients undergoing liver transplantation and their need for training. Transplant. Proc., 2009, 41 , 1743–1748. Kose K

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92 Ohara, K., Nagai, M., Suzuki, Y. és mtsai: Association between anxiety disorders and a functional polymorphism in the serotonin transporter gene. Psychiatry Res., 1998

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The aim of this study was to assess, whether a sublethal dose of gamma-rays will influence the avoidance behaviour and anxiety in rats and whether the response to radiation depends on time of day of its application. Adult male Wistar rats were tested in elevated plus-maze, in hot plate test and in the light/dark box in 4 regular intervals during a day. After two weeks the animals were irradiated with a whole-body dose 6 Gy of gamma-rays. One day after irradiation the animals were repeatedly tested in the same way, as before irradiation. In the plus-maze test an increased level of anxiety was established. The irradiation significantly decreased the locomotor activity of rats, but the extent of exploratory and comfortable behaviour were not altered. After irradiation, an elevated aversion to the thermal stimulus was observed in the hot plate test. The effects of radiation were more pronounced in the light period of the day, than in the dark one. No significant differences in aversion to light were detected after irradiation. The obtained results indicate, that sublethal doses of ionizing radiation can markedly influence the reactivity of animals to adverse stimuli, their motoric activity and emotional status, as well.

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Bagdy G, Graf M, Anheuer ZE, Modos EA, Kantor S: Anxiety-like effects induced by acute fluoxetine, sertraline or m-CPP treatment are reversed by pretreatment with the 5-HT2C receptor antagonist SB-242084 but not the 5-HT1A

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frequent adverse effects reported ( dos Santos, Balthazar, et al., 2016 ). Dysphoric reactions, such as transient disorientation, anxiety, or suspiciousness/paranoia, are rare and short-lived, and usually respond well to verbal support and disappear

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Chao-Yang Wang, Yu-Chen Wu, Chen-Hsiang Su, Pai-Cheng Lin, Chih-Hung Ko, and Ju-Yu Yen

associated with a higher prevalence of anxiety disorder ( Gentile et al., 2011 ). However, whether IGD is comorbid with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) has not been well studied. Internet gaming disorder (IGD) IGD was first

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sensation seeking among individuals who use online-dating applications. Finally, social anxiety has been associated with excessive use of the Internet ( Shepherd & Edelmann, 2005 ; Weinstein, Dorani, et al., 2015 ). We therefore investigated whether social

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quality data for teachers ( Ronka, Geier, & Marciniak, 2010; Széll, 2015 ). It also crucial that teachers have a positive attitude toward data usage and measuring programs, since any anxiety regarding these factors ultimately affect their classroom

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, J. A. (1994): Changing death attitudes through death education. In Neimeyer, R. A. (ed.): Death Anxiety Handbook. Research, Instrumentation, and Application. Taylor and Francis, Washington, 243–260. Hayslip, B. Jr

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