Attentional control moderates fearful responding to a 35% CO(2) challenge.

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Attentional control (AC) is an individual difference variable indexing the ability to voluntarily focus attention and shift attention when desired. AC is thought to impact the experience of fear by facilitating the disengagement of attention from threat and promoting the deployment of attentional resources toward regulatory or coping strategies. Whereas… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.beth.2011.06.004

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