Face to face: visual scanpath evidence for abnormal processing of facial expressions in social phobia

@article{Horley2004FaceTF,
  title={Face to face: visual scanpath evidence for abnormal processing of facial expressions in social phobia},
  author={Kaye Horley and Leanne M. Williams and Craig Gonsalvez and Evian Gordon},
  journal={Psychiatry Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={127},
  pages={43-53}
}
Cognitive models of social phobia propose that cognitive biases and fears regarding negative evaluation by others result in preferential attention to interpersonal sources of threat. These fears may account for the hypervigilance and avoidance of eye contact commonly reported by clinicians. This study provides the first objective examination of threat-related processing in social phobia. It was predicted that hyperscanning (hypervigilance) and eye avoidance would be most apparent in social… CONTINUE READING

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