Reduced optimism and a heightened neural response to everyday worries are specific to generalized anxiety disorder, and not seen in social anxiety

K. S. Blair, M. Otero, C. Teng, M. Geraci, M. Ernst, R. J.R. Blair, D. S. Pine, C. Grillon

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