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The Ecology of Anxiety

Other Title
불안의 생태학적 이해
Authors
임, 기영
Citation
Chŏngsin pyŏngnihak, 10(1):20-22, 2001
Journal Title
Chŏngsin pyŏngnihak; Han'guk Chŏngsin Pyŏngni--Chindan Pullyu Hakhoe chi; Korean journal of psychopathology; 정신병리학
ISSN
1225-5300
Abstract
Anxiety is one of most common psychopathology that psychiatrists encounter everyday in their clinical practice. Nevertheless we lack clear understanding of anxiety as well as other related psychological phenomena such as fear, panic, and phobia.

In everyday life, people use these concepts without clear distinction. Even in psychiatric or psychological field, professionals differ in their definition of these concepts that makes further confusion.



Ecology is a study of the animal behaviors that can be regarded as a prototype of the human behaviors. In this regard, ecology is a very useful method to understand various human behaviors and emotions including anxiety, fear and phobia.



In this article, author reviews classical ecological studies of anxiety and related phenomena, This will cast certain light on our understanding of human anxiety.
Keywords
AnxietyPhobiaEcology
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Neurology
AJOU Authors
김, 승업
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