Individuals with Fear of Blushing Explicitly and Automatically Associate Blushing with Social Costs

Abstract

To explain fear of blushing, it has been proposed that individuals with fear of blushing overestimate the social costs of their blushing. Current information-processing models emphasize the relevance of differentiating between more automatic and more explicit cognitions, as both types of cognitions may independently influence behavior. The present study… (More)

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