Preliminary Study of Attention Training to Threat and Neutral Faces on Anxious Reactivity to a Social Stressor in Social Anxiety

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Cognitive theories of anxiety emphasize attentional bias to threat contributes to the maintenance of anxiety disorders (e.g., Williams et al. in Cognitive psychology and emotional disorders, 2nd edn. Wiley, Chichester, 1997). For example, anxiety may be the result of bias that interacts with vulnerability characteristics and stress (e.g., Mathews in Behav… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10608-009-9251-0

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@article{Klumpp2009PreliminarySO, title={Preliminary Study of Attention Training to Threat and Neutral Faces on Anxious Reactivity to a Social Stressor in Social Anxiety}, author={Heide Klumpp and Nader Amir}, journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research}, year={2009}, volume={34}, pages={263-271} }