Threat Facilitates Subsequent Executive Attention During Anxious Mood Independently of Trait Anxiety.Birk, Jeffrey.
Abstract: Dual Competition Framework (DCF) posits that mild threat facilitates behavioral performance by influencing executive control functions and that anxiety strengthens this effect by enhancing threat's affective significance. A key aspect of executive control concerns the ability to inhibit one's dominant response tendencies. The effects of threat and anxiety on executive control function (s... read more
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