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Perceived self-society moral discrepancies predict depression but not anxiety
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2015-12)
Discrepancies between one's own beliefs, standards and practices and the standards expected by others are associated with increased vulnerability to depression and anxiety. Perhaps the most important personal standard is ...
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 ...
Associations between perceived positive and negative parental contact and adolescents' intergroup contact experiences
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2019-03)
This study investigated the association between perceived parental positive and negative contact and adolescents' own positive and negative contact experiences and tested perspective-taking, intergroup anxiety, outgroup ...
Imagined contact in high conflict settings: The role of ethnic group identification and the perspective of minority group members
Recent contact literature has shown that imagining a positive intergroup encounter improves intergroup attitudes and behaviors, yet less is known about the effects of imagined contact in high conflict settings. We conducted ...