A. Unexpected Panic Attacks. These panic attacks occur spontaneously without any situational trigger.
B. Situationally Bound Panic Attacks. These panic attacks occur immediately after exposure to the feared stimulus, such as being in a high place or after seeing a snake.
C. Situationally Predisposed Panic Attacks. These panic attacks usually occur upon exposure to the feared stimulus, but they do not necessarily occur immediately after every exposure. For example, an individual may have panic attacks in crowded situations, but he may not have an attack in every situation, or the attack may occur only after spending a significant amount of time in a crowded location.
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