The DSM-5 recognizes the following anxiety disorders: separation anxiety, panic disorder, agoraphobia, specific phobia, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, substance induced anxiety, anxiety disorder associated with a known general medical condition, other specified anxiety, and unspecified anxiety. Several disorders have been removed from this category, including acute stress, posttraumatic stress, reactive attachment, and adjustment disorders, which are now classified as trauma and stressor related disorders (APA, 2013). Obsessive compulsive and body dysmorphic disorder are also no longer considered anxiety disorders, and are categorized as obsessive compulsive and movement related disorders. With reclassification of these disorders, some instruments may lose their relation with the DSM-5, as their assessment of anxiety may include items

pertaining to trauma, stressor, or obsessive behaviors. The following section will give a brief overview of the diagnostic criteria according to the DSM-5 for each disorder.