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G. Kushner et al. , anxiety symptoms should persist in the case of independent anxiety disorder and should not persist in the case of induced anxiety disorder). Grant and colleagues (2004) examined the proportion of independent vs. substance-induced anxiety in the NESARC sample using these criteria. ’’ (p. 807). , virtually none) in this sample had an anxiety disorder that failed to demonstrate independence from the causal or maintaining influence of a co-occurring SUD using strictly applied DSM IV criteria.
Anxiety and Substance Use Disorders: The Vicious Cycle of Comorbidity (Series in Anxiety and Related Disorders) by Sherry H. Stewart, Patricia Conrod