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It is well established that anxious individuals show biases in information processing, such that they attend preferentially to threatening stimuli and interpret emotional ambiguity in a threatening way. It has also been established that these biases in attention and interpretation can causally influence anxiety. Recent advances in experimental work have(More)
Seven volunteers received diazepam for a 3-week period, maximum dose rate 25 mg per day, and were tested on a variety of functions before, at two points during, and at two points after the period. Their performance was compared with that of 8 controls and was inferior on a number of measures. There was no indication either of habituation or of potentiation(More)
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