Some research suggests that chronic anxiety could be categorized as a learning disorder, Daniel Barron, a resident psychiatrist at Yale University, writes in this blog post. Barron spoke with Michael Browning, a practicing psychiatrist, who says the key to investigating this issue may be a measurement of learning rate -- similar to how physicians measure blood pressure.
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