Anxiety sensitivity and trait anxiety are associated with response to 7.5% carbon dioxide challenge

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The 7.5% carbon dioxide (CO2) inhalation model is used to provoke acute anxiety. However, little is known about the relationship of baseline anxiety proneness and an individual’s response to the challenge. This study examined data from a number of 7.5% CO2 challenge studies to determine whether anxiety proneness is related to subjective or physiological response. Participants in this study were consented under procedures that did not include consent for data to be made open.

Creator(s) Marcus Munafo, Meg Fluharty
Funder Medical Research Council
Contributor(s) Angela Attwood
Publication date 30 Sep 2015
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government License for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.motn077rd66s15i0gkg6i9pi7
Citation Marcus Munafo, Meg Fluharty (2015): Anxiety sensitivity and trait anxiety are associated with response to 7.5% carbon dioxide challenge. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.motn077rd66s15i0gkg6i9pi7
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