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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A behavioral test of contamination fear in excessive health anxiety Brady, Robert E.
2014
45 1 p. 122-127
6 p.
artikel
2 Acknowledgement of Reviewers 2014
45 1 p. I-III
nvt p.
artikel
3 Are C-reps contextual representations? A reply to Brewin and Burgess Pearson, David G.
2014
45 1 p. 220-222
3 p.
artikel
4 Attention bias for chocolate increases chocolate consumption – An attention bias modification study Werthmann, Jessica
2014
45 1 p. 136-143
8 p.
artikel
5 A virtual reality-integrated program for improving social skills in patients with schizophrenia: A pilot study Rus-Calafell, Mar
2014
45 1 p. 81-89
9 p.
artikel
6 Body-related cognitions, affect and post-event processing in body dysmorphic disorder Kollei, Ines
2014
45 1 p. 144-151
8 p.
artikel
7 Cognitive bias in action: Evidence for a reciprocal relation between confirmation bias and fear in children Remmerswaal, Danielle
2014
45 1 p. 26-32
7 p.
artikel
8 Contextualisation in the revised dual representation theory of PTSD: A response to Pearson and colleagues Brewin, Chris R.
2014
45 1 p. 217-219
3 p.
artikel
9 Difficulty in disengaging attention from threatening facial expressions in anxiety: A new approach in terms of benefits Leleu, Vincent
2014
45 1 p. 203-207
5 p.
artikel
10 Does change in distress matter? Mechanisms of change in prolonged exposure for PTSD Bluett, Ellen J.
2014
45 1 p. 97-104
8 p.
artikel
11 Editorial Board/Publication Information 2014
45 1 p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
12 Effects of emotionally valenced working memory taxation on negative memories Tsai, Cynthia
2014
45 1 p. 15-19
5 p.
artikel
13 Efficacy of body exposure as treatment component for patients with eating disorders Trentowska, Monika
2014
45 1 p. 178-185
8 p.
artikel
14 Enhanced avoidance behavior in social anxiety: Evidence from a probabilistic learning task Stevens, Stephan
2014
45 1 p. 39-45
7 p.
artikel
15 Hypervigilance and avoidance in visual attention in children with social phobia Seefeldt, Wiebke L.
2014
45 1 p. 105-112
8 p.
artikel
16 Imagery rescripting as a stand-alone treatment for patients with social phobia: A case series Frets, Petra. G.
2014
45 1 p. 160-169
10 p.
artikel
17 Implicit and explicit self-esteem and their reciprocal relationship with symptoms of depression and social anxiety: A longitudinal study in adolescents van Tuijl, Lonneke A.
2014
45 1 p. 113-121
9 p.
artikel
18 Implicit versus explicit measures of self-concept of self-control and their differential predictive power for spontaneous trait-relevant behaviors Huntjens, Rafaële J.C.
2014
45 1 p. 1-7
7 p.
artikel
19 Internet-based Cognitive Bias Modification of Interpretations in patients with anxiety disorders: A randomised controlled trial Salemink, Elske
2014
45 1 p. 186-195
10 p.
artikel
20 Interpretation bias characterizes trait rumination Mor, Nilly
2014
45 1 p. 67-73
7 p.
artikel
21 Investigating cognitive flexibility as a potential mechanism of mindfulness in Generalized Anxiety Disorder Lee, Jonathan K.
2014
45 1 p. 208-216
9 p.
artikel
22 Is it dangerous to fantasize revenge in imagery exercises? An experimental study Seebauer, Laura
2014
45 1 p. 20-25
6 p.
artikel
23 Memory biases in remitted depression: The role of negative cognitions at explicit and automatic processing levels Romero, Nuria
2014
45 1 p. 128-135
8 p.
artikel
24 Moral rigidity in obsessive-compulsive disorder: Do abnormalities in inhibitory control, cognitive flexibility and disgust play a role? Whitton, Alexis E.
2014
45 1 p. 152-159
8 p.
artikel
25 Rumination prospectively predicts executive functioning impairments in adolescents Connolly, Samantha L.
2014
45 1 p. 46-56
11 p.
artikel
26 The benefits of being mindful: Trait mindfulness predicts less stress reactivity to suppression Bullis, Jacqueline R.
2014
45 1 p. 57-66
10 p.
artikel
27 The influence of patients' preference/attitude towards psychotherapy and antidepressant medication on the treatment of major depressive disorder Moradveisi, Latif
2014
45 1 p. 170-177
8 p.
artikel
28 The influence of worry and avoidance on the Iowa Gambling Task Drost, Jolijn
2014
45 1 p. 74-80
7 p.
artikel
29 The spontaneous decay and persistence of mental contamination: An experimental analysis Coughtrey, Anna E.
2014
45 1 p. 90-96
7 p.
artikel
30 The spread of mental contamination Coughtrey, Anna E.
2014
45 1 p. 33-38
6 p.
artikel
31 The use of meta-analytic software to derive hypotheses for EMDR Devilly, Grant J.
2014
45 1 p. 223-225
3 p.
artikel
32 The value of an implicit self-associative measure specific to core beliefs of depression Lemmens, Lotte H.J.M.
2014
45 1 p. 196-202
7 p.
artikel
33 Verbal worry facilitates attention to threat in high-worriers Williams, Marc O.
2014
45 1 p. 8-14
7 p.
artikel
34 What does the data say about the importance of eye movement in EMDR? Lee, Christopher William
2014
45 1 p. 226-228
3 p.
artikel
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