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1997) cognitive misinterpretation and biological reactions associated with the perception of threat are both necessary for a panic attack to occur. indd 31 01/11/11 3:30 PM 32 Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology Heimberg, 2004). She hypothesized that Dennis’s perceptions of social events and the things that he said to himself about these events played an important role in the maintenance of his anxiety. The therapist helped Dennis recognize the general kinds of self-statements that were associated with his anxiety and then modeled more appropriate statements that he would be able to use to cope more effectively with stressful situations.
He was offered a position in sales with a company in a nearby state. Mary decided that she would also drop out of school. She and Dennis began living together, and they were married 2 years later. indd 20 01/11/11 3:30 PM Chapter 2 Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia 21 Dennis and Mary were reasonably happy for the first 3 years. He was successful at his job, and she eventually became a licensed realtor. As they were both promoted by their respective firms, they found themselves spending more and more time working and less and less time with each other.
The DSM-IV-TR (APA, 2000) description and organization of anxiety disorders pay special attention to the presence or absence of panic attacks. These extraordinarily frightening experiences, which seldom last more than a few minutes, are discrete periods of apprehension or fear, accompanied by sensations such as shortness of breath, palpitations, chest pains, choking or smothering sensations, dizziness, perspiring, and trembling or shaking. Some patients, like Dennis, experience only one or two attacks a year, whereas others may have them on a daily basis.