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Social Anxiety

  • BehaveNet® Clinical Capsule™: DSM-IV & DSM-IV-TR: Social Phobia - Individuals suffering from this Anxiety Disorder experience unreasonable fear or anxiety in connection with exposure to social situations involving contact with people they do not know or who they expect may judge them and because of this avoid such situations whenever possible.

  • Social Anxiety Australia - A non profit service providing information, education, and support. Facts, treatment options, resources, support groups, personal stories, workshops and seminars.

  • Social Anxiety UK - Diagnostic criteria, information, resources, chat room, support groups and mailing list for people suffering from Social Anxiety.

  • Social Anxiety.org - Description of the disorder, personal stories, questionnaire, support information, and a FAQ.

  • Social Phobia - A persistent irrational fear of situations in which the person may be closely watched and judged by others, as in public speaking, eating, or using public facilities. PsychNet.UK

  • Social Phobia / Social Anxiety Disorder - A sufferer gives a clear and concise introduction to this disorder: symptoms, neurobiology and research, with detailed information on a wide range of drug treatments. Includes bibliography.

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