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The N2pc component as a neural index of early attention allocation among adults with chronic musculoskeletal pain Journal article
European Journal of Pain (United Kingdom), 2020,Volume: 24,Issue: 7,Page: 1368-1376
Authors:  Wang,Yang;  Liu,Yanci;  Gozli,Davood;  Xiang,Yu Tao;  Jackson,Todd
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Electrophysiological Evidence of Attentional Avoidance in Sub-Clinical Individuals with Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms Journal article
IEEE Access, 2020,Volume: 8,Page: 91020-91027
Authors:  Wang,Meng Yun;  Zhang,Zhong Ming;  Miao,Xiaocui;  Lin,Xiaohong;  Yuan,Zhen
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Attentional Bias  Contamination Fear  Dot-probe Paradigm  Event-related Potentials  Obsessive-compulsive Disorder  
Effects of Higher Versus Lower Threat Contexts on Pain-Related Visual Attention Biases: An Eye-Tracking Study of Chronic Pain Journal article
Journal of Pain, 2019,Volume: 19,Issue: 6,Page: 649-659
Authors:  Jackson,Todd;  Su,Lin;  Wang,Yang
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Attention  chronic pain  dot-probe task  eye tracking  impending pain task  threat  
Effects of Higher Versus Lower Threat Contexts on Pain-Related Visual Attention Biases: An Eye-Tracking Study of Chronic Pain Journal article
Journal of Pain, 2019,Volume: 19,Issue: 6,Page: 649-659
Authors:  Jackson,Todd;  Su,Lin;  Wang,Yang
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Attention  chronic pain  dot-probe task  eye tracking  impending pain task  threat  
Effects of higher versus lower threat contexts on pain-related attention biases: An eye-tracking study Journal article
European Journal of Pain (United Kingdom), 2019,Volume: 22,Issue: 6,Page: 1113-1123
Authors:  Jackson,T.;  Su,L.;  Wang,Y.
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Effects of higher versus lower threat contexts on pain-related attention biases: An eye-tracking study Journal article
European Journal of Pain (United Kingdom), 2019,Volume: 22,Issue: 6,Page: 1113-1123
Authors:  Jackson,T.;  Su,L.;  Wang,Y.
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Working Memory Training Improves Emotion Regulation Ability Journal article
Scientific Reports, 2018,Volume: 8,Issue: 1
Authors:  Xiu,Lichao;  Wu,Jie;  Chang,Lei;  Zhou,Renlai
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Effects of higher versus lower threat contexts on pain-related attention biases: An eye-tracking study Journal article
European Journal of Pain (United Kingdom), 2018,Volume: 22,Issue: 6,Page: 1113-1123
Authors:  Jackson,T.;  Su,L.;  Wang,Y.
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Effects of Higher Versus Lower Threat Contexts on Pain-Related Visual Attention Biases: An Eye-Tracking Study of Chronic Pain Journal article
JOURNAL OF PAIN, 2018,Volume: 19,Issue: 6,Page: 649-659
Authors:  Jackson, Todd;  Su, Lin;  Wang, Yang
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Attention  threat  chronic pain  dot-probe task  impending pain task  eye tracking  
Effects of Higher Versus Lower Threat Contexts on Pain-Related Visual Attention Biases: An Eye-Tracking Study of Chronic Pain Journal article
Journal of Pain, 2018,Volume: 19,Issue: 6,Page: 649-659
Authors:  Jackson,Todd;  Su,Lin;  Wang,Yang
Favorite |  | TC[WOS]:9 TC[Scopus]:8 | Submit date:2019/07/08
Attention  chronic pain  dot-probe task  eye tracking  impending pain task  threat