The Effects of a Cognitive Control Manipulation on Anxiety.

Rogers, Andrew H.


  • Abstract: Previous research has shown that attentional control and anxiety are related. For instance, people with higher levels of anxiety perform worse on attention-demanding tasks than healthy individuals, and these differences are also reflected in activated regions of the brain. The Dual Mechanisms of Control (DMC) theory divides attentional (also known as cognitive) control into two categorie... read more
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