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    Gender and Panic Attacks and Scuba Diving Panic

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    These questions are examined:
    - How does the incidence of panic attacks differ between men and women?
    - How does it differ between experienced and novice divers?

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    This topic is riveting. In fact, new research is emerging to actually link panic attacks with great risks for mental disorders. If your topic is fluid, you can explore this topic as well.

    First, in terms of gender differences, many people allege that women are more prone and stereotype women as more emotional and at risk for panic attacks. However, several articles refuted this claim:

    Baillie, A. J., & Rapee, R. M. (2005). Panic attacks as risk markers for mental disorders*. Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology, 40(3), 240-244.

    The authors concluded that panic attacks are a non-specific risk factor for depression, but the ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution provides 300 words of notes and references that debate the incidence of panic attacks between men and women. Some reflection is also integrated to briefly examine differences between experienced and novice divers. All references used are included and some are attached in the solution.

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