Attentional control in subclinical anxiety and depression: depression symptoms are associated with deficits in target facilitation, not distractor inhibition

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  1. Alexander H von Lautz
  2. Mark Stokes

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Description: We examine the relationship between anxiety and depression self-report scores and two different types of attentional cuing: target facilitation and distractor inhibition. We use data that was previously collected (experiment 2: Noonan et al., 2016, JoN).

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