'Fear of Fear' May Influence OCD, PTSD Outcomes

05:19 EDT 17 Apr 2018 | Medscape

Anxiety sensitivity, commonly referred to as the 'fear of fear,' may affect treatment outcomes in patients with OCD; treatment preference may influence anxiety sensitivity outcomes in patients with PTSD.
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