Estrategias de diagnóstico y terapéutica | 02 JUL 17

¿Qué es el Trastorno de Ansiedad Social?

El trastorno de ansiedad social se caracteriza por intenso miedo a las situaciones sociales en las que la persona anticipa que será evaluada negativamente
Autor/a: Leichsenring F, Leweke F N Engl J Med 2017;376:2255-64
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