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Panic Spectrum Disorders and Substance Use

  • G. Ron Norton
  • Peter J. Norton
  • Brian J. Cox
  • Shay-Lee Belik
Part of the Series in Anxiety and Related Disorders book series (SARD)

Keywords

Anxiety Disorder Alcohol Dependence Social Phobia Nicotine Dependence Panic Disorder 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Ron Norton
    • 1
  • Peter J. Norton
  • Brian J. Cox
  • Shay-Lee Belik
  1. 1.Department of PsychologyUniversity of WinnipegWinnipegCanada R3B 2E9

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