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    Variability of attention bias in socially anxious adolescents: differences in fixation duration toward adult and adolescent face stimuli.Andrea Trubanova Wieckowski, Nicole N. Capriola-Hall, Rebecca Elias, Thomas H. Ollendick & Susan W. White - 2018 - Cognition and Emotion 33 (4):825-831.
    ABSTRACTPrior research on attention bias in anxious youth, often utilising a visual dot probe task, has yielded inconsistent findings, which may be due to how bias is assessed and/or variability in the phenomenon. The present study utilises eye gaze tracking to assess attention bias in socially anxious adolescents, and explores several methodological and within-subject factors that may contribute to variability in attention bias. Attention bias to threat was measured in forty-two treatment-seeking adolescents diagnosed with Social Anxiety Disorder. Bias scores toward (...)
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  2. Perceived Driving Difficulty, Negative Affect, and Emotion Dysregulation in Self-Identified Autistic Emerging Drivers.Megan Fok, Justin M. Owens, Thomas H. Ollendick & Angela Scarpa - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Driving is central to adult independence and autonomy; yet most autistic young adults do not acquire driver’s licenses. It is important to understand barriers to achieving this milestone for autistic adults. Differences in negative affect and emotion dysregulation associated with autism may interfere with managing difficult driving situations. The current study compared perceived driving difficulty, emotion dysregulation, and negative affect in emerging drivers with and without autistic traits, and investigated how emotion dysregulation and negative affect relate to perceived DD. We (...)
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  3. Symptoms of Selective Mutism in Non-clinical 3- to 6-Year-Old Children: Relations With Social Anxiety, Autistic Features, and Behavioral Inhibition. [REVIEW]Peter Muris, Nona Monait, Lotte Weijsters & Thomas H. Ollendick - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    Selective mutism is a psychiatric condition that is characterized by a failure to speak in specific social situations despite speaking normally in other situations. There is abundant evidence that anxiety, and social anxiety in particular, is a prominent feature of SM, which is the main reason why this condition is currently classified as an anxiety disorder. Meanwhile, there is increasing support for the notion that autism-related problems are also involved in SM. The present study examined the relations between SM and (...)
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    Change in gaze-based attention bias in adolescents with Social Anxiety Disorder.Susan W. White, Andrea Trubanova Wieckowski, Thomas H. Ollendick & Nicole Capriola-Hall - 2019 - Cognition and Emotion 33 (8):1736-1744.
    ABSTRACTAlthough attention bias toward threat has been associated with Social Anxiety Disorder, concerns regarding the ability of current measures to detect change in AB following treatm...
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    Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Adolescent Social Anxiety: A Unique Convergence of Factors.Corinne N. Carlton, Holly Sullivan-Toole, Marlene V. Strege, Thomas H. Ollendick & John A. Richey - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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