Examining a Neural Measure of Attentional Bias to Emotional Faces in Social Anxiety and Depression

Nathan M. Hager, Matt R. Judah, Alicia L. Milam, Hannah C. Hamrick & Catherine R. Glenn
Cognitive theories suggest that attentional biases may contribute to both social anxiety and depression, such that attention may be biased to focus on or away from certain information (e.g., rejecting or sad images; Clark & McManus, 2002; Lemoult & Gotlib, 2019). Although research is mixed, recent studies using a neural measure called the N2pc (an event-related potential) has indicated attentional biases in social anxiety. However, little N2pc research has examined depression or co-occurring depression and...
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