Attention bias of anxious youth during extended exposure of emotional face pairs: an eye-tracking study.


BACKGROUND Previous studies demonstrate that anxiety is characterized by biased attention toward threats, typically measured by differences in motor reaction time to threat and neutral cues. Using eye-tracking methodology, the current study measured attention biases in anxious and nonanxious youth, using unrestricted free viewing of angry, happy, and… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/da.21986


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