Attentional biases for negative information in induced and naturally occurring dysphoria.

@article{Bradley1997AttentionalBF,
  title={Attentional biases for negative information in induced and naturally occurring dysphoria.},
  author={Brendan P. Bradley and Karin Mogg and Shinwoo Lee},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={1997},
  volume={35 10},
  pages={911-27}
}
Two studies investigated the relationship between attentional biases for negative information and dysphoria--both induced (Study 1) and naturally occurring (Study 2). In a modified dot probe task a series of word pairs was presented, and Ss responded to probes that replaced one of the words in each pair. The stimuli included depression-related, anxiety-related and neutral words. To examine the time course of the attentional biases, there were three exposure durations of the word pairs: 14 ms… CONTINUE READING

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