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  Anxiety - Most generally, a vague, unpleasant emotional state with qualities of apprehension, dread, distress and uneasiness ( A. S. Reber. 1985 )

Panic Disorders - Phobias - Somatoform Disorders - Psychogenic Amnesia - Dissociative Disorders - To Page 5

Anxiety Based Disorders 
Somatoform Disorders
Somatoform Disorder: How to Cope With It
Somatization Disorder: Symptoms
Conversion Disorder: Symptoms
Conversion Disorder
Facts About Hypochondria - Features information from the book Phantom Illness about hypochondria. Includes details about the perception of the disease and warning signs
Health Features - Hypochondria - Gives an obsessive-compulsive relationship to hypochondria. Includes links to other medical resources
Hypochondria - Body Speaks Mind - Provides explanation and history of hypochondria. Includes treatment and prognosis.
Hypochondria - A Self Test
Hypochondria and Munchasen Syndrome
ParenTalk Newsletter – Hypochondria
UMHS - Hypochondria
What is Hypochondria?
Psychogenic Amnesia and Fugue
Amnesia & Cognition Unit - The Amnesia & Cognition Unit is neuropsychology research laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Arizona, dedicated to studying memory and amnesia. Our main focus is on changes in memory due to aging and brain injury, but we are also interested in rehabilitation.
Amnesia Research Laboratory  - Research in the Amnesia Research Lab attempts to understand the organization of human memory and the neural systems underlying memory using a cognitive neuroscience approach.
Concussion, Amnesia ssociated with Concussions, Postconcussion Syndrome
Dissocative Amnesia
Dissociate Fugue
Mental Health Net - Dissociative Fugue Symptoms
Parkin - Memory and amnesia -an introduction, Parkin, Alan J., (1987) Basil Blackwell, New York, New York. 1987

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