Julie Henry

Allison M Waters4
David L Neumann3
4Allison M Waters
3David L Neumann
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A prominent view in the neuropsychological literature is that depression is particularly associated with deficits in executive control processes. A meta-analysis of 42 studies with 2306 participants was therefore conducted to investigate the sensitivity of tests of verbal fluency to the pressure of this disorder, as there is a great deal of evidence that(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine attentional bias towards angry and happy faces in 8-12 year old children with anxiety disorders (n=29) and non-anxious controls (n=24). METHOD Children completed a visual-probe task in which pairs of angry/neutral and happy/neutral faces were displayed for 500ms and were replaced by a visual probe in the spatial location of one of the(More)
Learning-based models of anxiety disorders emphasize the role of aversive conditioning and retarded extinction in the etiology and maintenance of anxiety disorders. Yet few studies have examined these underlying processes in children, despite that some anxiety disorders typically onset during childhood. The authors examined the acquisition and extinction of(More)
The present study examined the magnitudes of startle blink reflexes and electrodermal responses in 4-8-year-old high anxious children (N=14) and non-anxious controls (N=11). Responses were elicited by 16 auditory startle trials during a baseline phase prior to an affective modulation phase involving 12 startle trials presented during angry and neutral(More)
The study of aversive Pavlovian conditioning in children can contribute to our understanding of how fears are acquired and extinguished during development. However, methodological issues hamper further research because of ethical and procedural concerns regarding the use of traditional aversive unconditional stimuli (USs) and no established method to(More)
The connections between the topics of responsibility, authority, and accountability (RAA) in aviation are discussed since a while. Nevertheless the currently proposed approaches are limited and do not allow to make a global assessment during the design of new operational ATM concepts that change the role of humans and technical systems. This paper suggests(More)
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