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Discussion on The Nature of Social Anxiety Disorder

Published: May 21, 1998

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Professor Nutt: Speech block is a symptom we ought to mention because one of the reasons people do not like speaking in public is the fear that they will get speech block. We should also discuss the difficult issue of stuttering. In practice, it may be important to treat stuttering and other medical conditions that lead to social phobia the same way we treat social phobias without medical conditions.

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Volume: 59

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