Neural responses to social threat and predictors of cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy in social anxiety disorder

@article{Burklund2017NeuralRT,
  title={Neural responses to social threat and predictors of cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy in social anxiety disorder},
  author={Lisa Burklund and Jared B. Torre and Matthew D. Lieberman and Shelley E. Taylor and Michelle G Craske},
  journal={Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging},
  year={2017},
  volume={261},
  pages={52-64}
}
Previous research has often highlighted hyperactivity in emotion regions to simple, static social threat cues in social anxiety disorder (SAD). Investigation of the neurobiology of SAD using more naturalistic paradigms can further reveal underlying mechanisms and how these relate to clinical outcomes. We used fMRI to investigate responses to novel dynamic rejection stimuli in individuals with SAD (N=70) and healthy controls (HC; N=17), and whether these responses predicted treatment outcomes… CONTINUE READING

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