Vigilant and avoidant attention biases as predictors of response to cognitive behavioral therapy for social phobia.

@article{Price2011VigilantAA,
  title={Vigilant and avoidant attention biases as predictors of response to cognitive behavioral therapy for social phobia.},
  author={Matthew Price and Erin B. Tone and Page Anderson},
  journal={Depression and anxiety},
  year={2011},
  volume={28 4},
  pages={349-53}
}
BACKGROUND Attention bias for socially threatening information, an empirically supported phenomenon, figures prominently in models of social phobia. However, all published studies examining this topic to date have relied on group means to describe attention bias patterns; research has yet to examine potential subgroups of attention bias among individuals with social phobia (e.g., vigilant or avoidant). Furthermore, almost no research has examined how attention biases in either direction may… CONTINUE READING
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