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Coping when pain is a potential threat: The efficacy of acceptance versus cognitive distraction Journal article
European Journal of Pain, 2011,Volume: 16,Issue: 3,Page: 390-400
Authors:  T. Jackson;  Z. Yang;  X. Li;  H. Chen;  X. Huang;  J. Meng
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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  
Electrophysiological correlates of hypothesis evaluation: Revealed with a modified Wason's selection task Journal article
Brain Research, 2011,Volume: 1408,Page: 17-26
Authors:  Xueli Cai;  Fuhong Li;  Yifeng Wang;  Todd Jackson;  Jie Chen;  Lili Zhang;  Hong Li
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Hypothesis Evaluation  Lpc  N2  P3  Wason's Selection Task  
Identifying Cognitive Preferences for Attractive Female Faces: An Event-Related Potential Experiment Using a Study-Test Paradigm Journal article
Journal of Neuroscience Research, 2011,Volume: 89,Issue: 11,Page: 1887-1893
Authors:  Yan Zhang;  Fanchang Kong;  Hong Chen;  Todd Jackson;  Li Han;  Jing Meng;  Zhou Yang;  Jianguo Gao;  Abbasi Najam ul Hasan
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Attractiveness  Cognitive Preferences  Erp  Female Faces  
Risk Factors for Disordered Eating During Early and Middle Adolescence: Prospective Evidence From Mainland Chinese Boys and Girls Journal article
Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 2011,Volume: 120,Issue: 2,Page: 454-464
Authors:  Jackson, Todd;  Chen, Hong
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Adolescents  China  Eating Disorder  Risk Factors  Sociocultural