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DWELLING ON POTENTIAL THREAT CUES: AN EYE MOVEMENT MARKER FOR COMBAT‐RELATED PTSD
Although several studies have documented an attentional bias toward threat in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the nature of this bias has not been clearly delineated. The present study utilizedExpand
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Making something out of nothing: neutral content modulates attention in generalized anxiety disorder
Background: Although an attentional bias for threat has been implicated in generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), evidence supporting such a bias has been inconsistent. This study examines whetherExpand
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Pediatric to Adult Care Transition: Perspectives of Young Adults With Sickle Cell Disease
Objectives The aim of this study was to explore perspectives of transition and transition readiness of young adult patients (YAs) with sickle cell disease (SCD) who have transitioned to adult healthExpand
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Threat modulation of visual search efficiency in PTSD: A comparison of distinct stimulus categories
Although an attentional bias for threat has been implicated in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the cues that best facilitate this bias are unclear. Some studies utilize images and othersExpand
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Exposure therapy for emetophobia: a case study with three-year follow-up.
Emetophobia, also referred to as a specific phobia of vomiting, is a largely under-researched and poorly understood disorder with prevalence estimates of ranging between 1.7 and 3.1% for men and 6Expand
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Effects of Exposure to Stereotype Cues on Contamination Aversion and Avoidance in African Americans
Although heightened contamination aversion has been observed among African Americans, much remains unknown about the origins of this aversion. The present study examined the effects of exposure toExpand
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Risk and resiliency in posttraumatic stress disorder: Distinct roles of anxiety and disgust sensitivity.
Although anxiety sensitivity and disgust sensitivity have been shown to predict adverse reactions to traumatic events, it remains unclear whether these traits are best conceptualized as risk orExpand
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Neural correlates of resolving conflict from emotional and nonemotional distracters in obsessive-compulsive disorder
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is associated with altered processing in brain regions involved in conflict resolution. However, limited research has examined the extent to which conflict fromExpand
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