EMOTE is in a testing phase and remains under development. Please direct any questions to emote-database@unimelb.edu.au.

Panic

The following variables relate to Panic:

Selection Variable Info Dataset
DSM_PAN_1 Recurrent, unexpected panic attacks. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_3 After at least one of the episodes there was an extreme concern about the meaning of the attack, worriedness about having another attack or a clear change of behaviour because of the attacks. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_4 symptoms of the panic attack occur sudden en quickly. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_5 Increased heartrate. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_6 Transpiration. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_7 Trembling. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_8 Shortness of breath or suffication. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_9 suffication. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_10 Chestpain. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_11 Stomach upset, nausea or symptoms of gastric discomfort. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_12 Dizzyness, lightheadedness, or feelings of instability. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_13 A sense of derealisation (being outside onesself). Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_14 Fear of loss of selfcontrol or insanity. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_15 Fear of death. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_16 Numb, tingeling feelings. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_17 Hot flashes or cold chills. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_18 Symptoms above are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or any somatic disorder. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_19 The feelings of panic are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_1 Recurrent, unexpected panic attacks. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_3 After at least one of the episodes there was an extreme concern about the meaning of the attack, worriedness about having another attack or a clear change of behaviour because of the attacks. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_4 symptoms of the panic attack occur sudden en quickly. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_5 Increased heartrate. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_6 Transpiration. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_7 Trembling. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_8 Shortness of breath or suffication. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_9 suffication. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_10 Chestpain. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_11 Stomach upset, nausea or symptoms of gastric discomfort. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_12 Dizzyness, lightheadedness, or feelings of instability. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_13 A sense of derealisation (being outside onesself). Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_14 Fear of loss of selfcontrol or insanity. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_15 Fear of death. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_16 Numb, tingeling feelings. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_17 Hot flashes or cold chills. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_18 Symptoms above are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or any somatic disorder. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_19 The feelings of panic are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_1 Recurrent, unexpected panic attacks. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_3 After at least one of the episodes there was an extreme concern about the meaning of the attack, worriedness about having another attack or a clear change of behaviour because of the attacks. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_4 symptoms of the panic attack occur sudden en quickly. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_5 Increased heartrate. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_6 Transpiration. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_7 Trembling. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_8 Shortness of breath or suffication. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_9 suffication. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_10 Chestpain. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_11 Stomach upset, nausea or symptoms of gastric discomfort. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_12 Dizzyness, lightheadedness, or feelings of instability. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_13 A sense of derealisation (being outside onesself). Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_14 Fear of loss of selfcontrol or insanity. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_15 Fear of death. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_16 Numb, tingeling feelings. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_17 Hot flashes or cold chills. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_18 Symptoms above are not caused by the direct effects of drugs, medication or any somatic disorder. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_PAN_19 The feelings of panic are not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_AGO_1 Fear in places from where escape is difficult, or no help would be available in case of a panic attack. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_AGO_2 Situations are avoided or gone through with clear suffering or fear. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_AGO_20 The anxiety or avoidance is not better explained by any other psychiatric disorder. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_AGO_21 Symptoms present during th elast month Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_AGO_22 Severity: 1 light (barely enough to diagnose), 2 medium (in between light and severe), 3 severe (more than enough symptoms to diagnose, clearly interfere with functioning) Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_AGO_3 Age of onset. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study
DSM_AGO_6 Less than 4 panic symptoms are present. Leuven 3-wave longitudinal study

FEEL Lab

MDAP