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Turkish adaptation of the Fear of Spiders Questionnaire: Reliability and validity in non-clinical samples
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-02-15)
The rapid, objective measurement of spider fear is important for clinicians, and for researchers studying fear. To facilitate this, we adapted the Fear of Spiders Questionnaire (FSQ) into Turkish. The FSQ is quick to ...
State anxiety impairs attentional control when other sources of control are minimal
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-04-13)
Research suggests anxiety impairs attentional control; however, this effect has been unreliable. We argue that anxiety’s impairment of attentional control is subtle, and can be obscured by other non-emotional sources of ...
The age of anxiety? It depends where you look: changes in STAI trait anxiety, 1970-2010
Purpose Population-level surveys suggest that anxiety has been increasing in several nations, including the USA and UK. We sought to verify the apparent anxiety increases by looking for systematic changes in mean anxiety ...
Brief time course of trait anxiety-related attentional bias to fearconditioned stimuli: Evidence from the dual-RSVP task
Background and objectives Attentional bias to threat is a much-studied feature of anxiety; it is typically assessed using response time (RT) tasks such as the dot probe. Findings regarding the time course of attentional ...