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Surveys suggest that up to 4% of the U.S. population suffers from generalized anxiety disorder. How are anxiety disorders viewed by various psychological perspectives such as psychodynamic, biological, cognitive, and humanistic? With which perspective do you most agree? With which do you least agree? Explain your answers.

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Psychodynamic theorists believe that generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is caused by events of the past that are in the subconscious (we are not aware of them).

Biological theorists believe that anxiety is inherited - it's transferred through our genes, from generation to generation. If a member of your family has ...

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