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Attentional avoidance of threats in obsessive compulsive disorder: An event related potential study Journal article
BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY, 2017,Volume: 97,Page: 96-104
Authors:  Zhang, Zhong-Ming;  Wang, Meng-Yun;  Guo, Xiaowei;  Miao, Xiaocui;  Zhang, Ting;  Gao, Dong;  Yuan, Zhen
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Ocd  Attentional Avoidance  Attentional Bias  Erp  Emotional Stroop Task  Lpp  
Neural correlates of restrained eaters' high susceptibility to food cues: An fMRI study Journal article
Neuroscience Letters, 2016,Volume: 631,Page: 56-62
Authors:  Yu Wang;  Debo Dong;  Jackson Todd;  Jie Du;  Zhou Yang;  Hui Lu;  Hong Chen
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Restrained Eating  Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging  Susceptibility  Attentional Bias  Food Cues  
Visual attention to features by associative learning Journal article
Cognition, 2014,Volume: 133,Issue: 2,Page: 488-501
Authors:  Gozli,Davood G.;  Moskowitz,Joshua B.;  Pratt,Jay
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Associative Learning  Episodic Memory  Feature-based Attention  Visual Attention  
Attentional biases among body-dissatisfied young women: An ERP study with rapid serial visual presentation Journal article
International Journal of Psychophysiology, 2011,Volume: 82,Issue: 2,Page: 133-142
Authors:  Xiao Gao;  Xiao Deng;  Nanjin Chen;  Wenbo Luo;  Li Hu;  Todd Jackson;  Hong Chen
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Attentional Bias  Body Image  Event-related Potential  Rapid Serial Visual Presentation  
Attentional and Memory Biases Among Weight Dissatisfied Young Women: Evidence from a Dichotic Listening Paradigm Journal article
Cognitive Therapy and Research, 2010,Volume: 35,Issue: 5,Page: 434-441
Authors:  Ou Li;  Todd Jackson;  Hong Chen
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Attentional Bias  Body Dissatisfaction  Dichotic Listening  Memory Bias