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No. Registro   002267548
Tipo de material   ARTIGO DE PERIODICO - INTERNACIONAL
Cód. publicação   Link10.1016/j.comppsych.2010.09.002 DOI
Entrada Principal   LinkMendoza, Lilian (*)
Título   LinkDepersonalization and personality in panic disorder.
Imprenta   Maryland Heights, 2011.
Descrição   p. 413-419.
Idioma   Inglês
Assunto   LinkTRANSTORNO DO PÂNICO
  LinkTRANSTORNOS DA PERSONALIDADE (RELAÇÃO)
  LinkPACIENTES (AVALIAÇÃO)
  LinkANÁLISE DO COMPORTAMENTO
Autor Secundário   LinkNavinés, Ricard (*)
  LinkCrippa, José Alexandre de Souza
  LinkFagundo, Ana B. (*)
  LinkGutierrez, Fernando (*)
  LinkNardi, Antonio Egidio (*)
  LinkBulbena, Antonio (*)
  LinkValdés, Manuel (*)
  LinkMartin-Santos, Rocio (*)
Fonte   LinkIn: Comprehensive Psychiatry, Maryland Heights, v. 52, n. 4, p. 413-419, 2011, ISSN: 0010-440X
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Resumo/Outros   Background: Prevalence and clinical correlates of depersonalization symptoms have been associated with panic disorder. Personality traits might increase the likelihood of experiencing depersonalization symptoms or depersonalization disorder in panic patients. Aims: The objectives of this study are to establish the prevalence of depersonalization symptoms during the panic attack and in depersonalization disorder and to examine the personality factors associated with the presence of depersonalization in patients with panic disorder. Methods: The sample comprised 104 consecutive adult outpatients with panic disorder, diagnosed according to the Semistructured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV (Axis I/II disorders). Participants were assessed with the Cambridge Depersonalization Scales, the Temperament and Character Inventory, and the Panic and Agoraphobia Scale. Results: Forty-eight percent of the sample had depersonalization symptoms during the panic attack, whereas 20% of patients had a depersonalization disorder. Women presented more depersonalization disorders than did men (P = .036). Patients with panic disorder with depersonalization disorder had a more severe panic disorder (P = .002). Logistic regression analysis showed that self-transcendence trait (odds ratio, 1.089; 95% confidence interval, 1.021-1.162; P = .010) and severity of panic (odds ratio, 1.056; 95% confidence interval, 1.005-1.110; P = .032) were independently associated with depersonalization disorder. Conclusions: A high prevalence of depersonalization symptoms and depersonalization disorder was confirmed in patients with panic disorder, supporting a dosage effect model for understanding depersonalization pathology. Self-transcendence trait and severity of panic disorder were reported as risk factors for depersonalization disorder
 
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