Strategic Coping Responses and Attentional Biases

@article{Luecken2004StrategicCR,
  title={Strategic Coping Responses and Attentional Biases},
  author={Linda J Luecken and Jessica Tartaro and Brad Appelhans},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={28},
  pages={23-37}
}
  • Linda J Luecken, Jessica Tartaro, Brad Appelhans
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    Cognitive Therapy and…
    2004
  • Psychology
  • This study investigated relations among affective distress, voluntary coping strategies, and attentional biases. University students (n = 63, 75% Caucasian) completed a “dot probe” computer task that presented supraliminal (conscious) and subliminal (below conscious awareness) social threat words. Order of task presentation (supraliminal vs. subliminal) was randomly determined. Results found that for those completing the supraliminal task first, attentional avoidance of supraliminal threat… CONTINUE READING

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