mesheuropmc: behavioral disciplines and activities
OBJECTIVES: \ud \ud Anxiety leads to biases in processing personally relevant information. This study set out to examine whether anxious parents also experience biases in processing child-relevant material.\ud \ud DESIGN AND METHODS: \ud \ud Ninety parents acted as a co... View more
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