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

Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
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