4th International Conference on Panic Attacks (PA2006)

Venue: Hilton Garden Inn

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 07, 2006 End Date/Time: Oct 08, 2006
Registration Date: Oct 01, 2006
Early Registration Date: Jul 01, 2006
Abstract Submission Date: Aug 15, 2006
Paper Submission Date: Oct 01, 2006
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From the beginning, these conferences have brought together a variety of scientific and cultural perspectives of panic attacks. Presentations have addressed issues ranging from physiology and psychology to alternative and spiritual views. The presenters, themselves, have included researchers, clinical practitioners and even a few patients.

Venue

11th and Arch Street
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
United States
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Current List of 2006 Presentations PTSD and Panic Disorder in Earthquake Survivors M. H. K. Bhadur Sexual Health Institute, Pakistan Panic Attacks in Soldiers in Combat Situations R. Duda US Army 4th Infantry Division Myths and Misconceptions about Panic Attacks and Magic Therapy by Quacks in Rural India G. Chahal Government Medical College, Patiala, Punjab, India Empirical Studies for Treatment of Musical Performance Anxiety J. M. Kirchner Temple University, US Calming the Mind, Body and Spirit: Wellness through Native Culture and Tradition C. L. Patrick All Nations Health & Wellness, US Eye Movement Integration R. Klein American Hypnosis Training Academy, US Neuroscience and The Psychotherapeutic Hour D. Gabriel-Hellem ABBA, US Panic Symptoms in Patients Suffering Life Threatening Events M. Masood Shalamar Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan Panic, Separation Anxiety and Endogenous Opioids (Workshop) M. Preter, D. F. Klein Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons, US Panic Disorder: How Much Do We Know J. Sakyiama University of Westminster, UK Panic Attacks in Children from Scary Advertisements On Television Q. Wu East China Normal University, Department of Special Education, China Stopping a Panic Attack by Decreasing the Carbon Dioxide in Inhaled Air D. Sinclair National Public Health Institute, Helsinki, Finland Managing Panic Attacks through Our Integral Humanity: An Approach that Unifies Ethic and Ecology M. Adeel Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, US Further presentations will be added as more abstracts are accepted.