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Goldstein and Bridget F. Grant M. 2% among Wave 2 NESARC respondents with lifetime PTSD. To our knowledge, the most recent data on associations of antisociality with OCD in epidemiologic samples come from studies using DSM-III criteria. 9; Kolada, Bland, & Newman, 1994). 1. 8%. 8% met criteria for PTSD. 5% but no respondent met current criteria. 3% on both lifetime and current bases for OCD. To our knowledge, general population prevalences of DSM-III GAD have not been reported. For the other anxiety disorders, however, as was the case with mood disorders, prevalences reported by Black, Baumgard, and Bell (1995) among men with lifetime DSM-III ASPD are substantially greater than those of DSM-III anxiety disorders observed in the ECA (cf.
7% among those with other speaking fears. 7% among those with three or more fears. Grant, Hasin, Blanco, et al. 7, respectively. Epidemiologic findings concerning comorbidity of ASPD in simple or specific phobia are both more limited and less consistent than those for panic disorder and social phobia. , 1994). Conversely, in the NESARC, Stinson, Dawson, Chou, et al. 05). Stinson, Dawson, Chou, et al. (2007) further distinguished comorbidity of ASPD by number of fears among respondents with lifetime specific phobia.
2010). , 2005). , 1996). 8 in women; Helzer, L. N. Robins, & McEvoy, 1987). , 1996). More recently, Goldstein, W. 22 Risë B. Goldstein and Bridget F. Grant M. 2% among Wave 2 NESARC respondents with lifetime PTSD. To our knowledge, the most recent data on associations of antisociality with OCD in epidemiologic samples come from studies using DSM-III criteria. 9; Kolada, Bland, & Newman, 1994). 1. 8%. 8% met criteria for PTSD. 5% but no respondent met current criteria. 3% on both lifetime and current bases for OCD.