Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry

(ISSN: 0005-7916, 1873-7943)

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From Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry

2019 - 65

  • On EMDR: Measuring the working memory taxation of various types of eye (non-)movement conditions. 
  • Interpreting and responding to ambiguous natural images in spider phobia. 
  • Immediate and short term effects of values-based interventions on paranoia. 
  • Attentional biases in dysphoria when happy and sad faces are simultaneously presented. 
  • Targeting separate specific learning parameters underlying cognitive behavioral therapy can improve perceptual judgments of anger. 
  • Reflective pondering is associated with executive control for emotional information: An adolescent prospective study. 
  • Reduced automatic approach tendencies towards task-relevant and task-irrelevant food pictures in Anorexia Nervosa. 
  • Borderline personality disorder traits and affect reactivity to positive affect induction followed by a stressor. 
  • Renewal of conditioned fear responses using a film clip as the aversive unconditioned stimulus. 
  • Intolerance of uncertainty and eating disorder behaviour: Piloting a consumption task in a non-clinical sample. 
  • Imagery rescripting of early memories in health anxiety disorder: A feasibility and non-randomized pilot study. 
  • Niacin biological challenge: A paradigm to evaluate social concerns. 
  • Utilising cognitive bias modification to remedy appearance and self-worth biases in eating disorder psychopathology: A systematic review. 
  • The effect of increasing state anxiety on autobiographical memory specificity and future thinking. 
  • Transdiagnostic cognitive behavioral therapy for the treatment of emotional disorders: A preliminary open trial. 
  • No evidence for the inverted U-Curve: More demanding dual tasks cause stronger aversive memory degradation. 
  • Detecting feigned high impact experiences: A symptom over-report questionnaire outperforms the emotional Stroop task. 
  • Impact of repetitive thought and processing mode on goal striving. 
  • Attenuation of access to internal states in high obsessive-compulsive individuals might increase susceptibility to false feedback: Evidence from a visuo-motor hand-reaching task. 
  • Measuring cognitive vulnerability to depression: Further evidence on the factorial and predictive validity of negative cognitive style. 
 
 

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