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Uncontrolled avoidance of threat: Vigilance-avoidance, executive control, inhibition and shifting
(ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, 2014)
It has been argued that anxious individuals orient their attention initially towards and then away from threat; this pattern is known as vigilance-avoidance. While the mechanisms underlying the initial vigilance have been ...
Cognitive Bias Modification of Attention is Less Effective Under Working Memory Load
(SPRINGER/PLENUM PUBLISHERS, 2014-12)
Cognitive bias modification for attentional bias (CBM-A) attempts to alleviate anxiety by training an attentional bias away from threat. Several authors have argued that CBM-A in fact trains top-down, reactive counteraction ...
Effects of childhood trauma and clinical features on determining quality of life in patients with bipolar I disorder
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2014-06-20)
Background: We explored how childhood trauma (CHT) affects the clinical expression of disorder and quality of life in patients with bipolar I (BP I) disorder.Methods: Euthymic patients (n=116) who subsequently received a ...
Weight as a predictor of perceived discrimination