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Claustrophobia in MRI: the role of cognitions

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Jun 6, 2008

S J ThorpeAntonia Dittner

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This study aimed to investigate the role of cognitive and behavioural factors in the experience of claustrophobia in the context of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners. One hundred and thirty outpatients attending an MRI unit completed questionnaires before and after their scans. ...read more

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Phobia, Social
Panic Disorder 1
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Claustrophobia in MRI: the role of cognitions

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Jun 6, 2008

S J ThorpeAntonia Dittner

PMID: 18524527

DOI: 10.1016/j.mri.2008.01.022

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