Tom J Barry

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When the amplitude of pupillary contraction of normal, healthy adults was binocularly recorded as a function of increasing intensity of light-stimulation, a linear relationship was found between the amplitude and log intensity. Schizophrenic patients deviated significantly from this systematic response pattern in two ways. One group of patients (35%)(More)
Despite the apparent effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) in the treatment of anxiety disorders, more can be done to predict individual variability in the effectiveness of CBT. One potentially useful predictor involves individual differences in fear inhibition and extinction as similar learning processes are thought to be involved in CBT.(More)
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