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Following “active” negative training, state anxiety increased more during subsequent imagery than it did following “passive” negative training. We believe that these findings converge on some important conclusions. , lexical decision or recognition memory). In contrast, when later emotional consequences are assessed, differential effects on mood emerge after training that involves the active generation of emotional meanings. This implies that an induced bias favoring valenced interpretations has an effect on mood when, and only when, that bias is actively deployed to interpret the meaning of an ambiguous emotional event.
Behavior Therapy, 28, 601–611. , Abramowitz, J. , Riggs, D. , et al. (2003). Do patients with obsessive–compulsive disorder have deficits in decision making? Cognitive Therapy and Research, 7, 431–445.
Keltner & Buswell, 1997), and our direct clinical experience. , peers, authority figures, or individuals of the opposite sex). However, for most of these individuals, the fear structure contains a multitude of stimuli and contexts. One particular aspect of the fear structure in social anxiety disorder that has gained recent interest is images of oneself in social interactions. For example, Hackmann, Clark, and McManus (2000) found that patients with social anxiety disorder had specific recurrent images during social interactions and that these images appeared to be related to negative social interactions retrospectively reported to be related to the onset of the disorder.