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The Use of Visual Search Paradigms to Understand Attentional Biases in Childhood Anxiety

Donnelly, N., Hadwin, J.A., Menneer, T. and Richards, H.J. (2010) The Use of Visual Search Paradigms to Understand Attentional Biases in Childhood Anxiety In, Information Processing Biases and Anxiety: A Developmental Perspective. John Wiley and Sons Ltd

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With contributions from a global team of experts this book provides a comprehensive overview of information processing biases in children and adolescents.
* The first book to provide readers with an understanding of anxiety and the role of information processing biases more broadly in the context of developmental psychopathology
* Demonstrates how researchers have explored diverse aspects of information processing in anxious children and adolescents
* Draws on the microparadigms used in the study of development and psychopathology to consider issues related to heritability, temperament, learning and parenting
* Considers preventative methods and treatment protocols

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Published date: 16 April 2010


Local EPrints ID: 67016
ISBN: 0-470-99819-9
PURE UUID: 2bb78398-ff90-45dd-8239-18325eb09d41

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Date deposited: 26 Mar 2010
Last modified: 19 Jul 2017 00:21

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Author: N. Donnelly
Author: J.A. Hadwin
Author: T. Menneer
Author: H.J. Richards

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