Automatic Evaluative Processes in Health Anxiety and Their Relations to Emotion Regulation

@article{Jasper2012AutomaticEP,
  title={Automatic Evaluative Processes in Health Anxiety and Their Relations to Emotion Regulation},
  author={Fabian Jasper and Michael Witth{\"o}ft},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={37},
  pages={521-533}
}
A core feature of health anxiety is a negative interpretation of illness related information. Yet, it is unknown if health anxiety also features an implicit component that can be observed with implicit measures of evaluation. In order to assess automatic evaluative processes in the domain of health anxiety, we applied the affect misattribution procedure with health-threatening prime pictures and examined the relationships to questionnaire measures of health anxiety in a student sample (N = 104… CONTINUE READING

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