Keeping Eyes on Attentional Bias Variability

In this article, Lies Notebaert (University of Western Australia), Bree Michelson (University of Western Australia) and Pat Clarke (Curtin University) provide expert commentary on:

Alon, Y., Bar-Haim, Y., Dykan, C, D. G., Suarez-Jiminez, B., Zhu, X., Neria, Y., Lazarov, A. (2023). Eye-tracking indices of attention allocation and attention bias variability are differently related to trauma exposure and PTSD. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 96.

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Refashioning the Future

In this article, Julie Ji (University of Plymouth), Julian Basanovic (University of Exeter) and Amelia Reynolds (University of Western Australia) provide expert commentary on:

Eberle, J. W., Boukhechba, M., Sun, J., Zhang, D., Funk, D. H., Barnes, L. E., & Teachman, B. A. (2023). Shifting episodic prediction with online Cognitive Bias Modification: A randomized controlled trial. Clinical Psychological Science, 11(5), 819–840.

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Discounted Chocolate: How Go/NoGo Training Drives Food Devaluation

In this article, Dan Rudaizky (Curtin University) and Nienke Jonkers (University of Groningen) provide expert commentary on:
Houben, K. (2023). How does Go/NoGo training lead to food devaluation. Separating the effects of motor inhibition and response valence. Cognition and Emotion, 37(4), 763–776.

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Gone for Good

In this article, Mike Rinck (Radboud University) provides an expert commentary on: Onie, S., MacLeod, C., & Most, S. B. (2022). Gone for Good: Lack of Priming Suggests Early Perceptual Interference in Emotion-Induced Blindness With Negative Stimuli. Emotion.

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