Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry

(ISSN: 0005-7916, 1873-7943)

Table of Contents

From Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry

2020 - 69

  • Visual attention patterns during online video-mediated interaction in socially anxious individuals. 
  • An exploratory mixed methods approach to implicit and explicit identification with non-suicidal self-injury. 
  • Testing the neurocognitive framework for regulation expectation: The relationship between actual/ideal self-esteem and proactive/reactive autonomic stress regulation. 
  • Behavioral inhibition system sensitivity moderates audio-visual neutral information processing. 
  • Prepartum mental time travelling: Investigating specificity and content of time travelling and their association with psychological distress. 
  • Emotion generation and regulation following an intrusion induction: Implications for taboo or autogenous obsessions. 
  • Improving imagery rescripting treatments: Comparing an active versus passive approach. 
  • Reward-related attentional capture and cognitive inflexibility interact to determine greater severity of compulsivity-related problems. 
  • Can theory of mind be improved? Positive expectations cause better theory of mind performance in a community sample. 
  • Misperception of sleep is associated with intrinsic motivation toward thinking about sleep. 
  • An investigation of the impact of social exclusion on attachment to possessions and saving behaviors. 
  • The effect of rumination and distraction on auditory hallucinatory experiences: An analogue experimental study. 
  • Biased interpretation in paranoia and its modification. 
  • Negative bias and reduced visual information processing of socio-emotional context in borderline Personality Disorder: A support for the hypersensitivity hypothesis. 
  • Behavior when socially anxious individuals expect to be (dis)liked: The role of self-disclosure and mimicry in actual likeability. 
  • Discrepant negative self-associations as a risk factor for depressive deterioration after outpatient psychotherapy. 
  • Not all checking decreases memory confidence: Implications for obsessive-compulsive disorder. 
  • Client memory and learning of treatment contents: An experimental study of intervention strategies and relationship to outcome in a brief treatment for procrastination. 
 
 

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