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    1. Pechmann, C
      A comparison of health communication models: Risk learning versus stereotype priming

      MEDIA PSYCHOLOGY
    2. Busselle, RW
      Television exposure, perceived realism, and exemplar accessibility in the social judgment process

      MEDIA PSYCHOLOGY
    3. Sharma, D; Albery, IP; Cook, C
      Selective attentional bias to alcohol related stimuli in problem drinkers and non-problem drinkers

      ADDICTION
    4. Shrum, LJ
      Mainstreaming, resonance, and impersonal impact - Testing moderators of the cultivation effect for estimates of crime risk

      HUMAN COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    5. Shrum, LJ
      Processing strategy moderates the cultivation effect

      HUMAN COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    6. Rude, SS; Covich, J; Jarrold, W; Hedlund, S; Zentner, M
      Detecting depressive schemata in vulnerable individuals: Questionnaires versus laboratory tasks

      COGNITIVE THERAPY AND RESEARCH
    7. Goldberg, C
      Cognitive processes in panic disorder: An extension of current models

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
    8. Suslow, T; Junghanns, K; Arolt, V
      Detection of facial expressions of emotions in depression

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    9. Bargh, JA; Gollwitzer, PM; Lee-Chai, A; Barndollar, K; Trotschel, R
      The automated will: Nonconscious activation and pursuit of behavioral goals

      JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    10. Tschanz, BT; Rhodewalt, F
      Autobiography, reputation, and the self: On the role of evaluative valenceand self-consistency of the self-relevant information

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    11. Sharma, D; McKenna, FP
      The role of time pressure on the emotional Stroop task

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    12. Higgins, ET
      Does personality provide unique explanations for behaviour? Personality ascross-person variability in general principles

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY
    13. Martin, JM; Cole, DA
      Using the personal stroop to detect children's awareness of social rejection by peers

      COGNITION & EMOTION
    14. De Bruin, ENM; Van Lange, PAM
      What people look for in others: Influences of the perceiver and the perceived on information selection

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    15. Garber, J; Kaminski, KM
      Laboratory and performance-based measures of depression in children and adolescents

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Higgins, ET
      Social cognition: Learning about what matters in the social world

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    17. Becker, ES; Rinck, M
      Attention and memory in anxiety and depression

      PSYCHOLOGISCHE RUNDSCHAU
    18. Bargh, JA; Ferguson, MJ
      Beyond behaviorism: On the automaticity of higher mental processes

      PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    19. Dozois, DJA; Backs-Dermott, BJ
      Sociotropic personality and information processing following imaginal priming: A test of the congruency hypothesis

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE-REVUE CANADIENNE DES SCIENCES DU COMPORTEMENT
    20. Levis, DJ
      The negative impact of the cognitive movement on the continued growth of the behavior therapy movement: A historical perspective

      GENETIC SOCIAL AND GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY MONOGRAPHS
    21. Whitaker, DJ; Beach, SRH; Etherton, J; Wakefield, R; Anderson, PL
      Attachment and expectations about future relationships: Moderation by accessibility

      PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
    22. Serra-Mestres, J; Ring, HA
      Vulnerability to emotionally negative stimuli in Parkinson's disease: An investigation using the Emotional Stroop Task

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    23. Shrum, LJ
      Television and persuasion: Effects of the programs between the ads

      PSYCHOLOGY & MARKETING
    24. Emmers-Sommer, TM; Allen, M
      Surveying the effect of media effects - A meta-analytic summary of the media effects research in Human Communication Research

      HUMAN COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
    25. Chen, S; Andersen, SM; Hinkley, K
      Triggering transference: Examining the role of applicability in the activation and use of significant-other representations in social perception

      SOCIAL COGNITION
    26. Fincham, FD; Beach, SRH
      Marriage in the new millennium: Is there a place for social cognition in marital research?

      JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
    27. Glassman, NS; Andersen, SM
      Transference in social cognition: Persistence and exacerbation of significant-other-based inferences over time

      COGNITIVE THERAPY AND RESEARCH
    28. Dijksterhuis, A; van Knippenberg, A
      On the parameters of associative strength: Central tendency and variability as determinants of stereotype accessibility

      PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN
    29. Wyer, RS; Radvansky, GA
      The comprehension and validation of social information

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    30. Murphy, FC; Sahakian, BJ; Rubinsztein, JS; Michael, A; Rogers, RD; Robbins, TW; Paykel, ES
      Emotional bias and inhibitory control processes in mania and depression

      PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
    31. Kitamura, H
      Trends in research on social cognition: Studies of organization of person information and knowledge activation

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    32. GOTLIB IH; RANGANATH C; ROSENFELD JP
      FRONTAL EEG ALPHA-ASYMMETRY, DEPRESSION, AND COGNITIVE-FUNCTIONING

      Cognition and emotion
    33. FARES SL; ADLER NE
      TOP-OF-THE-HEAD DESCRIPTIONS OF BABY AND SELF - LINKS TO REPORTED HEALTH BEHAVIORS AND SOCIAL-CONTEXT IN EARLY-PREGNANCY

      Journal of social and personal relationships
    34. LABARGE AS; CASH TF; BROWN TA
      USE OF A MODIFIED STROOP TASK TO EXAMINE APPEARANCE-SCHEMATIC INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN COLLEGE-WOMEN

      Cognitive therapy and research
    35. WOJCISZKE B; BAZINSKA R; JAWORSKI M
      ON THE DOMINANCE OF MORAL CATEGORIES IN IMPRESSION-FORMATION

      Personality & social psychology bulletin
    36. SHRUM LJ; WYER RS; OGUINN TC
      THE EFFECTS OF TELEVISION CONSUMPTION ON SOCIAL PERCEPTIONS - THE USEOF PRIMING PROCEDURES TO INVESTIGATE PSYCHOLOGICAL PROCESSES

      Journal of consumer research
    37. RUSTING CL
      PERSONALITY, MOOD, AND COGNITIVE PROCESSING OF EMOTIONAL INFORMATION - 3 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS

      Psychological bulletin
    38. ANDERSEN SM; GLASSMAN NS; GOLD DA
      MENTAL REPRESENTATIONS OF THE SELF, SIGNIFICANT OTHERS, AND NONSIGNIFICANT OTHERS - STRUCTURE AND PROCESSING OF PRIVATE AND PUBLIC ASPECTS

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    39. TAFARODI RW
      PARADOXICAL SELF-ESTEEM AND SELECTIVITY IN THE PROCESSING OF SOCIAL INFORMATION

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    40. Kitamura, H
      Are attributes - Strong or weak points of self - Highly accessible in person perception?

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
    41. RECTOR NA; SEGAL ZV; GEMAR M
      SCHEMA RESEARCH IN DEPRESSION - A CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE

      Canadian journal of behavioural science
    42. Gotlib, IH; Krasnoperova, E
      Biased information processing as a vulnerability factor for depression

      BEHAVIOR THERAPY
    43. SANITIOSO R
      THE INFLUENCE OF SELF-RELATED MOTIVES IN SOCIAL INFERENCE

      Swiss journal of psychology
    44. DUCKWORTH MP; IEZZI A; ADAMS HE; HALE D
      INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN CHRONIC PAIN DISORDER - A PRELIMINARY-ANALYSIS

      Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment
    45. SHRUM LJ
      THE ROLE OF SOURCE CONFUSION IN CULTIVATION EFFECTS MAY DEPEND ON PROCESSING STRATEGY - A COMMENT ON MARES (1996)

      Human communication research
    46. SEGAL ZV; GEMAR M
      CHANGES IN COGNITIVE ORGANIZATION FOR NEGATIVE SELF-REFERENT MATERIALFOLLOWING COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOR THERAPY FOR DEPRESSION - A PRIMED STROOPSTUDY

      Cognition and emotion
    47. GILBOA E; GOTLIB IH
      COGNITIVE BIASES AND AFFECT PERSISTENCE IN PREVIOUSLY DYSPHORIC AND NEVER-DYSPHORIC INDIVIDUALS

      Cognition and emotion
    48. ALLOY LB; ABRAMSON LY; MURRAY LA; WHITEHOUSE WG; HOGAN ME
      SELF-REFERENT INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN INDIVIDUALS AT HIGH AND LOW COGNITIVE RISK FOR DEPRESSION

      Cognition and emotion
    49. DOOST HTN; TAGHAVI MR; MORADI AR; YULE W; DALGLEISH T
      THE PERFORMANCE OF CLINICALLY DEPRESSED CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS ON THE MODIFIED STROOP PARADIGM

      Personality and individual differences
    50. ECKHARDT CI; COHEN DJ
      ATTENTION TO ANGER-RELEVANT AND IRRELEVANT STIMULI FOLLOWING NATURALISTIC INSULT

      Personality and individual differences
    51. RATNESHWAR S; WARLOP L; MICK DG; SEEGER G
      BENEFIT SALIENCE AND CONSUMERS SELECTIVE ATTENTION TO PRODUCT FEATURES

      International journal of research in marketing
    52. NUNN JD; MATHEWS A; TROWER P
      SELECTIVE PROCESSING OF CONCERN-RELATED INFORMATION IN DEPRESSION

      British journal of clinical psychology
    53. HANNOVER B
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-CONCEPT ABOUT GEN DER - THE INFLUENCE OF [[TYPICALLY MASCULINE]] AND [[TYPICALLY FEMININE]] ACTIVITIES ON THE SELF-ASCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENTAL AND EXPRESSIVE PERSONALITY-TRAITS

      Zeitschrift fur Sozialpsychologie
    54. SIEGRIST M
      TEST-RETEST RELIABILITY OF DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF THE STROOP TEST

      The Journal of psychology
    55. NEWMAN LS; DUFF KJ; BAUMEISTER RF
      A NEW LOOK AT DEFENSIVE PROJECTION - THOUGHT SUPPRESSION, ACCESSIBILITY, AND BIASED PERSON PERCEPTION

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    56. LEMELIN S; BARUCH P; VINCENT A; EVERETT J; VINCENT P
      DISTRACTIBILITY AND PROCESSING RESOURCE DEFICIT IN MAJOR DEPRESSION -EVIDENCE FOR 2 DEFICIENT ATTENTIONAL PROCESSING MODELS

      The Journal of nervous and mental disease
    57. WEGNER DM; SMART L
      DEEP COGNITIVE ACTIVATION - A NEW APPROACH TO THE UNCONSCIOUS

      Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
    58. MORI T; SAKAMOTO A
      THE EFFECTS OF SUBLIMINAL AND SUPRALIMINA L PRESENTATION OF TRAIT-RELATED WORDS ON PERSON PERCEPTION

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    59. WESTRA HA; KUIPER NA
      COGNITIVE CONTENT SPECIFICITY IN SELECTIVE ATTENTION ACROSS 4 DOMAINSOF MALADJUSTMENT

      Behaviour research and therapy
    60. BRADLEY BP; MOGG K; LEE SC
      ATTENTIONAL BIASES FOR NEGATIVE INFORMATION IN INDUCED AND NATURALLY-OCCURRING DYSPHORIA

      Behaviour research and therapy
    61. FOA EB; KOZAK MJ
      BEYOND THE EFFICACY CEILING - COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOR THERAPY IN SEARCH OFTHEORY

      Behavior therapy
    62. FREDIN ES; KOSICKI GM; BECKER LB
      COGNITIVE STRATEGIES FOR MEDIA USE DURING A PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN

      Political communication
    63. STEIN KF
      THE SELF-SCHEMA MODEL - A THEORETICAL APPROACH TO THE SELF-CONCEPT INEATING DISORDERS

      Archives of psychiatric nursing
    64. STROESSNER SJ
      SOCIAL CATEGORIZATION BY RACE OR SEX - EFFECTS OF PERCEIVED NON-NORMALCY ON RESPONSE-TIMES

      Social cognition
    65. MATTHEWS G; HARLEY TA
      CONNECTIONIST MODELS OF EMOTIONAL DISTRESS AND ATTENTIONAL BIAS

      Cognition and emotion
    66. FRENCH CC; RICHARDS A; SCHOLFIELD EJC
      HYPOMANIA, ANXIETY AND THE EMOTIONAL STROOP

      British journal of clinical psychology
    67. MIALET JP; POPE HG; YURGELUNTODD D
      IMPAIRED ATTENTION IN DEPRESSIVE STATES - A NONSPECIFIC DEFICIT

      Psychological medicine
    68. WILLIAMS JMG; MATHEWS A; MACLEOD C
      THE EMOTIONAL STROOP TASK AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

      Psychological bulletin
    69. ANDERSEN SM; REZNIK I; MANZELLA LM
      ELICITING FACIAL AFFECT, MOTIVATION, AND EXPECTANCIES IN TRANSFERENCE- SIGNIFICANT-OTHER REPRESENTATIONS IN SOCIAL-RELATIONS

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    70. KNOWLES ES; COKER MC; SCOTT RA; COOK DA; NEVILLE JW
      MEASUREMENT-INDUCED IMPROVEMENT IN ANXIETY - MEAN SHIFTS WITH REPEATED ASSESSMENT

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    71. OTTATI VC; ISBELL LM
      EFFECTS OF MOOD DURING EXPOSURE TO TARGET INFORMATION ON SUBSEQUENTLYREPORTED JUDGMENTS - AN ONLINE MODEL OF MISATTRIBUTION AND CORRECTION

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    72. KNOWLES ES; BYERS B
      RELIABILITY SHIFTS IN MEASUREMENT REACTIVITY - DRIVEN BY CONTENT ENGAGEMENT OR SELF-ENGAGEMENT

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    73. BARGH JA; CHAIKEN S; RAYMOND P; HYMES C
      THE AUTOMATIC EVALUATION EFFECT - UNCONDITIONAL AUTOMATIC ATTITUDE ACTIVATION WITH A PRONUNCIATION TASK

      Journal of experimental social psychology
    74. RUBY CL; BRIGHAM JC
      A CRIMINAL SCHEMA - THE ROLE OF CHRONICITY, RACE, AND SOCIOECONOMIC-STATUS IN LAW-ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS PERCEPTIONS OF OTHERS

      Journal of applied social psychology
    75. MATHEWS A; RIDGEWAY V; WILLIAMSON DA
      EVIDENCE FOR ATTENTION TO THREATENING STIMULI IN DEPRESSION

      Behaviour research and therapy
    76. MCGINN LK; YOUNG JE; SANDERSON WC
      WHEN AND HOW TO DO LONGER TERM THERAPY ... WITHOUT FEELING GUILTY

      Cognitive and behavioral practice
    77. TAPPER J
      THE ECOLOGY OF CULTIVATION - A CONCEPTUAL-MODEL FOR CULTIVATION RESEARCH

      Communication theory
    78. ZARATE MA; BONILLA S; LUEVANO M
      ETHNIC INFLUENCES ON EXEMPLAR RETRIEVAL AND STEREOTYPING

      Social cognition
    79. STETTER F; ACKERMANN K; BIZER A; STRAUBE ER; MANN K
      EFFECTS OF DISEASE-RELATED CUES IN ALCOHOLIC INPATIENTS - RESULTS OF A CONTROLLED ALCOHOL STROOP STUDY

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    80. NOLAN RF; DAI Y; STANLEY PD
      AN INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COLOR CHOICE AND DEPRESSION MEASURED BY THE BECK DEPRESSION INVENTORY

      Perceptual and motor skills
    81. BARGH JA; RAYMOND P
      THE NAIVE MISUSE OF POWER - NONCONSCIOUS SOURCES OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT

      Journal of social issues
    82. ANDERSEN SM; GLASSMAN NS; CHEN S; COLE SW
      TRANSFERENCE IN SOCIAL-PERCEPTION - THE ROLE OF CHRONIC ACCESSIBILITYIN SIGNIFICANT-OTHER REPRESENTATIONS

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    83. HIGGINS ET; BRENDL CM
      ACCESSIBILITY AND APPLICABILITY - SOME ACTIVATION RULES INFLUENCING JUDGMENT

      Journal of experimental social psychology
    84. KINICKI AJ; HOM PW; TROST MR; WADE KJ
      EFFECTS OF CATEGORY PROTOTYPES ON PERFORMANCE-RATING ACCURACY

      Journal of applied psychology
    85. HEDLUND S; RUDE SS
      EVIDENCE OF LATENT DEPRESSIVE SCHEMAS IN FORMERLY DEPRESSED INDIVIDUALS

      Journal of abnormal psychology
    86. BRADLEY BP; MOGG K; MILLAR N; WHITE J
      SELECTIVE PROCESSING OF NEGATIVE INFORMATION - EFFECTS OF CLINICAL ANXIETY, CONCURRENT DEPRESSION, AND AWARENESS

      Journal of abnormal psychology
    87. SEGAL ZV; TRUCHON C; GEMAR M; GUIRGUIS M
      A PRIMING METHODOLOGY FOR STUDYING SELF-REPRESENTATION IN MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER

      Journal of abnormal psychology
    88. MCCABE SB; GOTLIB IH
      SELECTIVE ATTENTION AND CLINICAL DEPRESSION - PERFORMANCE ON A DEPLOYMENT-OF-ATTENTION TASK

      Journal of abnormal psychology
    89. VONHIPPEL W; HAWKINS C; NARAYAN S
      PERSONALITY AND PERCEPTUAL EXPERTISE - INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN PERCEPTUAL IDENTIFICATION

      Psychological science
    90. MATHEWS A; MACLEOD C
      COGNITIVE APPROACHES TO EMOTION AND EMOTIONAL DISORDERS

      Annual review of psychology
    91. WEGNER DM
      IRONIC PROCESSES OF MENTAL CONTROL

      Psychological review
    92. PARK B; DEKAY ML; KRAUS S
      AGGREGATING SOCIAL-BEHAVIOR INTO PERSON MODELS - PERCEIVER-INDUCED CONSISTENCY

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    93. THOMPSON EP; ROMAN RJ; MOSKOWITZ GB; CHAIKEN S; BARGH JA
      ACCURACY MOTIVATION ATTENUATES COVERT PRIMING - THE SYSTEMATIC REPROCESSING OF SOCIAL INFORMATION

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    94. OHIRA H
      THE EFFECTS OF UNCONSCIOUS PROCESSING OF HOSTILITY-RELATED WORDS AND PHYSIOLOGICAL AROUSAL UPON PERSON PERCEPTION

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    95. VONK R
      INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES AND COMMON DIMENSIONS IN IMPLICIT PERSONALITY THEORY

      British journal of social psychology
    96. WEGNER DM; ERBER R; ZANAKOS S
      IRONIC PROCESSES IN THE MENTAL CONTROL OF MOOD AND MOOD-RELATED THOUGHT

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    97. VONHIPPEL W; JONIDES J; HILTON JL; NARAYAN S
      INHIBITORY EFFECT OF SCHEMATIC PROCESSING ON PERCEPTUAL ENCODING

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    98. COLVIN CR
      JUDGABLE PEOPLE - PERSONALITY, BEHAVIOR, AND COMPETING EXPLANATIONS

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    99. MOGG K; BRADLEY BP; WILLIAMS R; MATHEWS A
      SUBLIMINAL PROCESSING OF EMOTIONAL INFORMATION IN ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION

      Journal of abnormal psychology
    100. BENOIT G; EVERETT J
      QUESTIONS OF ATTENTION AND DEPRESSION

      Annee Psychologique


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