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    1. Peters, ML; Vlaeyen, JWS; Kunnen, AMW
      Is pain-related fear a predictor of somatosensory hypervigilance in chronic low back pain patients?

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    2. Meijer, J
      Learning potential and anxious tendency: Test anxiety as a bias factor in educational testing

      ANXIETY STRESS AND COPING
    3. Heinrichs, N; Hofmann, SG
      Information processing in social phobia: A critical review

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
    4. Calvo, MG; Castillo, MD
      Selective interpretation in anxiety: Uncertainty for threatening events

      COGNITION & EMOTION
    5. Egloff, B; Hock, M
      Interactive effects of state anxiety and trait anxiety on emotional Stroopinterference

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    6. van Honk, J; Tuiten, A; van den Hout, M; Putman, P; de Haan, E; Stam, H
      Selective attention to unmasked and masked threatening words: relationships to trait anger and anxiety

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    7. Novara, C; Sanavio, E
      Compulsive checking and selective processing of threatening information

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    8. Craske, MG; Pontillo, DC
      Cognitive biases in anxiety disorders and their effect on cognitive-behavioral treatment

      BULLETIN OF THE MENNINGER CLINIC
    9. Cavanagh, K; Davey, GCL
      The use of stimulus dimensions in judgement making in spider fearful and nonfearful individuals

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    10. Barrett, AM; Crosson, JB; Crucian, GP; Heilman, KM
      Horizontal line bisections in upper and lower body space

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    11. Boon, B; Vogelzang, L; Jansen, A
      Do restrained eaters show attention toward or away from food, shape and weight stimuli?

      EUROPEAN EATING DISORDERS REVIEW
    12. Compton, RJ; Heller, W; Banich, MT; Palmieri, PA; Miller, GA
      Responding to threat: Hemispheric asymmetries and interhemispheric division of input

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    13. Lubow, RE; Toren, P; Laor, N; Kaplan, O
      The effects of target and distractor familiarity on visual search in anxious children: Latent inhibition and novel pop-out

      JOURNAL OF ANXIETY DISORDERS
    14. Franken, IHA; Kroon, LY; Wiers, RW; Jansen, A
      Selective cognitive processing of drug cues in heroin dependence

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    15. Corson, Y; Quistrebert, V
      Emotional judgement norms concerning the meanings of ambiguous words

      CAHIERS DE PSYCHOLOGIE COGNITIVE-CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY OF COGNITION
    16. Quero, S; Banos, RM; Botella, C
      Cognitive biases in panic disorder: A comparison between computerized and card Stroop task

      PSICOTHEMA
    17. Mogg, K; Bradley, BP; Dixon, C; Fisher, S; Twelftree, H; McWilliams, A
      Trait anxiety, defensiveness and selective processing of threat: an investigation using two measures of attentional bias

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    18. Stewart, SH; Westra, HA; Thompson, CE; Conrad, BE
      Effects of naturalistic benzodiazepine use on selective attention to threat cues among anxiety disorder patients

      COGNITIVE THERAPY AND RESEARCH
    19. Mogg, K; Millar, N; Bradley, BP
      Biases in eye movements to threatening facial expressions in generalized anxiety disorder and depressive disorder

      JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
    20. Esteves, F
      Attentional bias to emotional facial expressions

      EUROPEAN REVIEW OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE EUROPEENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE APPLIQUEE
    21. Pollock, RA; Carter, AS
      The familial and developmental context of obsessive-compulsive disorder

      CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    22. Craske, MG; Tsao, JCI
      Self-monitoring with panic and anxiety disorders

      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    23. Brosschot, JF; De Ruiter, C; Kindt, M
      Recall and recognition of threatening, pleasant, and neutral words in repressors

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY
    24. Holdwick, DJ; Wingenfeld, SA
      The subjective experience of PASAT testing: Does the PASAT induce negativemood?

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    25. Wenzel, A; Holt, CS
      Dot probe performance in two specific phobias

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Constans, JI; Mathews, A; Brantley, PJ; James, T
      Attentional reactions to an MI: The impact of mood state, worry, and coping style

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH
    27. Cole, DA; Peeke, L; Dolezal, S; Murray, N; Canzoniero, A
      A longitudinal study of negative affect and self-perceived competence in young adolescents

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    28. HARRIS LM; MENZIES RG
      CHANGING ATTENTIONAL BIAS - CAN IT EFFECT SELF-REPORTED ANXIETY

      Anxiety, stress, and coping
    29. Summerfeldt, LJ; Endler, NS
      Examining the evidence for anxiety-related cognitive biases in obsessive-compulsive disorder

      JOURNAL OF ANXIETY DISORDERS
    30. JANSEN A; HUYGENS K; TENNEY N
      NO EVIDENCE FOR A SELECTIVE PROCESSING OF SUBLIMINALLY PRESENTED BODYWORDS IN RESTRAINED EATERS

      The International journal of eating disorders (Print)
    31. RIEGER E; SCHOTTE DE; TOUYZ SW; BEUMONT PJV; GRIFFITHS R; RUSSELL J
      ATTENTIONAL BIASES IN EATING DISORDERS - A VISUAL PROBE DETECTION PROCEDURE

      The International journal of eating disorders
    32. KHAWAJA NG; OEI TPS
      CATASTROPHIC COGNITIONS IN PANIC DISORDER WITH AND WITHOUT AGORAPHOBIA

      Clinical psychology review
    33. MCNALLY RJ
      INFORMATION-PROCESSING ABNORMALITIES IN ANXIETY DISORDERS - IMPLICATIONS FOR COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE

      Cognition and emotion
    34. Mathews, A; Mackintosh, B
      A cognitive model of selective processing in anxiety

      COGNITIVE THERAPY AND RESEARCH
    35. KINDT M; BROSSCHOT JF
      COGNITIVE INHIBITION IN PHOBIA

      British journal of clinical psychology
    36. Phaf, RH; Christoffels, IK; Waldorp, LJ; den Dulk, P
      Connectionist investigations of individual differences in Stroop performance

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    37. CHEWNING J; ADAIR JC; HEILMAN EB; HEILMAN KM
      ATTENTIONAL BIAS IN NORMAL SUBJECTS PERFORMING VISUAL AND TACTILE RADIAL LINE BISECTIONS

      Neuropsychologia
    38. MIDDLETON HC
      PANIC DISORDER - A THEORETICAL SYNTHESIS OF MEDICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICALAPPROACHES

      Journal of psychosomatic research
    39. MOGG K; BRADLEY BP
      A COGNITIVE-MOTIVATIONAL ANALYSIS OF ANXIETY

      Behaviour research and therapy
    40. MOGG K; BRADLEY BP; HYARE H; LEE S
      SELECTIVE ATTENTION TO FOOD-RELATED STIMULI IN HUNGER - ARE ATTENTIONAL BIASES SPECIFIC TO EMOTIONAL AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL STATES, OR ARE THEY ALSO FOUND IN NORMAL DRIVE STATES

      Behaviour research and therapy
    41. SCHOLZ OB; OTT R; MULLERSINIK K
      RELATION BETWEEN PARAMETERS OF IMPLICIT A ND EXPLICIT COGNITION AND PSYCHOSOMATIC SELF-REPORT MEASURES

      Verhaltenstherapie
    42. HOLLE C; NEELY JH; HEIMBERG RG
      THE EFFECTS OF BLOCKED VERSUS RANDOM PRESENTATION AND SEMANTIC RELATEDNESS OF STIMULUS WORDS ON RESPONSE TO A MODIFIED STROOP TASK AMONG SOCIAL PHOBICS

      Cognitive therapy and research
    43. SCHOLZ OB
      THE UNCONSCIOUS AS INFORMATION-PROCESSING AND ITS IMPORTANCE FOR MODERN CLINICAL-PSYCHOLOGY

      Zeitschrift fur Psychologie mit Zeitschrift fur angewandte Psychologie
    44. BERLUCCHI G; AGLIOTI S; TASSINARI G
      RIGHTWARD ATTENTIONAL BIAS AND LEFT-HEMISPHERE DOMINANCE IN A CUE-TARGET LIGHT DETECTION TASK IN A CALLOSOTOMY PATIENT

      Neuropsychologia
    45. DRAIN M; REUTERLORENZ PA
      OBJECT CENTERED NEGLECT FOR LETTERS - DO INFORMATIONAL ASYMMETRIES PLAY A ROLE

      Neuropsychologia
    46. WEGNER DM; SMART L
      DEEP COGNITIVE ACTIVATION - A NEW APPROACH TO THE UNCONSCIOUS

      Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
    47. KINDT M; BROSSCHOT JF
      PHOBIA-RELATED COGNITIVE BIAS FOR PICTORIAL AND LINGUISTIC STIMULI

      Journal of abnormal psychology
    48. HADWIN J; FROST S; FRENCH CC; RICHARDS A
      COGNITIVE PROCESSING AND TRAIT ANXIETY IN TYPICALLY DEVELOPING-CHILDREN - EVIDENCE FOR AN INTERPRETATION BIAS

      Journal of abnormal psychology
    49. MCNALLY RJ; HORNIG CD; OTTO MW; POLLACK MH
      SELECTIVE ENCODING OF THREAT IN PANIC DISORDER - APPLICATION OF A DUAL PRIMING PARADIGM

      Behaviour research and therapy
    50. FORMEA GM; BURNS GL
      SELECTIVE PROCESSING OF FOOD, WEIGHT, AND BODY-SHAPE WORDS IN NONPATIENT WOMEN WITH BULIMIA-NERVOSA - INTERFERENCE ON THE STROOP TASK

      Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment
    51. LIN KC
      RIGHT-HEMISPHERIC ACTIVATION APPROACHES TO NEGLECT REHABILITATION POSTSTROKE

      The American journal of occupational therapy
    52. MCDONALD AS; DAVEY GCL
      PSYCHIATRIC-DISORDERS AND ACCIDENTAL INJURY

      Clinical psychology review
    53. FOX E
      SELECTIVE PROCESSING OF THREATENING WORDS IN ANXIETY - THE ROLE OF AWARENESS

      Cognition and emotion
    54. CHEN E; LEWIN MR; CRASKE MG
      EFFECTS OF STATE ANXIETY ON SELECTIVE PROCESSING OF THREATENING INFORMATION

      Cognition and emotion
    55. GREEN MW; MCKENNA FP
      MAKING SEMANTIC JUDGMENTS ABOUT AFFECTIVELY VALANCED WORDS - A NEW TEST OF PROCESSING BIAS IN ANXIETY

      Personality and individual differences
    56. FIEDLER P; ALBRECHT M; ROGGE KE; SCHULTE D
      ATTENTION AND ATTENTIONAL BIAS IN PHOBIAS - PROCESS ANALYSIS OF THE BEHAVIORAL TREATMENT OF ANXIETY DISORDERS

      Zeitschrift fur klinische Psychologie
    57. WILLIAMS JMG; MATHEWS A; MACLEOD C
      THE EMOTIONAL STROOP TASK AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

      Psychological bulletin
    58. DEJONGH A; TERHORST G; MURIS P; MERCKERLBACH H
      LOOKING AT THREAT-RELEVANT STIMULI - THE ROLE OF ANXIETY AND COPING STYLE

      Anxiety, stress, and coping
    59. GREEN M; ROGERS PJ; ELLIMAN NA
      CHANGE IN AFFECTIVE STATE ASSESSED BY IMPAIRED COLOR-NAMING OF THREAT-RELATED WORDS

      Current psychology
    60. BOND AJ; CHOI PYL; POPE HG
      ASSESSMENT OF ATTENTIONAL BIAS AND MOOD IN USERS AND NONUSERS OF ANABOLIC-ANDROGENIC STEROIDS

      Drug and alcohol dependence
    61. WEINSTEIN AM; NUTT DJ
      A COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION IN ANXIETY AND ITS AMELIORATION BY EFFECTIVE TREATMENT WITH SSRIS

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    62. EDWARDS LC; PEARCE SA; BEARD RW
      REMEDIATION OF PAIN-RELATED MEMORY BIAS AS A RESULT OF RECOVERY FROM CHRONIC PAIN

      Journal of psychosomatic research
    63. MATHEWS A; MOGG K; KENTISH J; EYSENCK M
      EFFECT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT ON COGNITIVE BIAS IN GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER

      Behaviour research and therapy
    64. DEJONG PJ; VANDENHOUT MA; MERCKELBACH H
      COVARIATION BIAS AND THE RETURN OF FEAR

      Behaviour research and therapy
    65. HARRIS LM; ADAMS RD; MENZIES RG; HAYES BK
      IDENTIFICATION AND MEMORY FOR FEAR-RELEVANT STIMULI - IMPLICIT MEMORYPERFORMANCE OF INSECT FEARFULS FAVORS FEAR-RELEVANT PICTURES

      Australian journal of psychology
    66. TALLIS F; EYSENCK MW
      WORRY - MECHANISMS AND MODULATING INFLUENCES

      Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy
    67. MATHEWS A; MILROY R
      PROCESSING OF EMOTIONAL MEANING IN ANXIETY

      Cognition and emotion
    68. LAVY EH; VANDENHOUT MA
      COGNITIVE AVOIDANCE AND ATTENTIONAL BIAS - CAUSAL RELATIONSHIPS

      Cognitive therapy and research
    69. HAYWARD P; AHMAD T; WARDLE J
      INTO THE DANGEROUS WORLD - AN IN-VIVO STUDY OF INFORMATION-PROCESSINGIN AGORAPHOBICS

      British journal of clinical psychology
    70. WICKRAMASEKERA I
      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE COINCIDENCE OF HIGH HYPNOTIC ABILITY AND HIGH NEUROTICISM DURING THREAT PERCEPTION IN SOMATIZATION DISORDERS

      The American journal of clinical hypnosis
    71. MERCKELBACH H; KENEMANS JL; DIJKSTRA A; SCHOUTEN E
      NO ATTENTIONAL BIAS FOR PICTORIAL STIMULI IN SPIDER-FEARFUL SUBJECTS

      Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment
    72. MATHEWS A; SEBASTIAN S
      SUPPRESSION OF EMOTIONAL STROOP EFFECTS BY FEAR-AROUSAL

      Cognition and emotion
    73. HARVEY JM; RICHARDS JC; DZIADOSZ T; SWINDELL A
      MISINTERPRETATION OF AMBIGUOUS STIMULI IN PANIC DISORDER

      Cognitive therapy and research


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