Jennifer M Milliken

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Conflicting findings have emerged regarding the presence of attentional biases (ABs) in health anxiety, probably due to methodological limitations in the stimuli used in cognitive tasks and the assessment of health anxiety-relevant factors. The current study sought to examine ABs toward health-related threats using idiographically chosen health-threat words(More)
Sexual assault victims are more likely to disclose their experience to friends and family than formal support sources (e.g., police, counselors). As such, disclosure receipt is a relatively common occurrence, but little is known about the recipients' disclosure experience. This study examined predictors of recipient emotional distress and positive and(More)
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