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Automatic evaluations in clinically anxious and nonanxious children and adolescents (2010)

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Titel Automatic evaluations in clinically anxious and nonanxious children and adolescents
Gepubliceerd in Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, Vol. 39, No. 4, p.481-491. ISSN 15374416.
Auteur L. Vervoort; L.H. Wolters; S.M. Hogendoorn; P.J.M. Prins; E. de Haan; M.H. Nauta; F. Boer
Datum 2010
Type Artikel
Samenvatting Automatic evaluations of clinically anxious and nonanxious children (n = 40, aged 8-16, 18 girls) were compared using a pictorial performance-based measure of automatic affective associations. Results showed a threat-related evaluation bias in clinically anxious but not in nonanxious children. In anxious participants, automatic evaluations of anxiety-relevant stimuli were more negative than those of negative stimuli. In nonanxious participants, evaluations of negative and anxiety-relevant stimuli did not differ. Furthermore, anxious youth had stronger negative evaluations of anxiety-relevant stimuli than nonanxious children. Automatic evaluations of positive, neutral, and negative stimuli did not differ between groups. Threat-related evaluations were predictive of parent-reported, but not child-reported, anxiety.
Publicatie http://dare.uva.nl/record/378169
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Persistent Identifier urn:nbn:nl:ui:29-378169
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