Karin Mogg
Karin Mogg
Emeritus Professor of Psychology
Verified email at soton.ac.uk
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A cognitive-motivational analysis of anxiety
K Mogg, BP Bradley
Behaviour research and therapy 36 (9), 809-848, 1998
20561998
Selective attention and anxiety: a cognitive-motivational Perspective. In T. Dalgleish & M. Power (Eds.) Handbook of Cognition and Emotion
K Mogg, BP Bradley
Chichester: Wiley, 1999
808*1999
Selective attention to angry faces in clinical social phobia.
K Mogg, P Philippot, BP Bradley
Journal of abnormal psychology 113 (1), 160, 2004
7412004
Subliminal processing of emotional information in anxiety and depression.
K Mogg, BP Bradley, R Williams, A Mathews
Journal of abnormal psychology 102 (2), 304, 1993
7231993
Attentional bias in generalized anxiety disorder versus depressive disorder
K Mogg, BP Bradley
Cognitive therapy and research 29 (1), 29-45, 2005
7202005
Amygdala and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex activation to masked angry faces in children and adolescents with generalized anxiety disorder
CS Monk, EH Telzer, K Mogg, BP Bradley, X Mai, HMC Louro, G Chen, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 65 (5), 568-576, 2008
7052008
Attentional bias in anxiety and depression: The role of awareness
K Mogg, BP Bradley, R Williams
British journal of clinical psychology 34 (1), 17-36, 1995
7011995
Attentional bias for threatening facial expressions in anxiety: Manipulation of stimulus duration
BP Bradley, K Mogg, SJ Falla, LR Hamilton
Cognition & emotion 12 (6), 737-753, 1998
6741998
Time course of attentional bias for threat information in non-clinical anxiety
K Mogg, BP Bradley, JO De Bono, M Painter
Behaviour research and therapy 35 (4), 297-303, 1997
6491997
Biases in eye movements to threatening facial expressions in generalized anxiety disorder and depressive disorder.
K Mogg, N Millar, BP Bradley
Journal of abnormal psychology 109 (4), 695, 2000
6402000
Selective orienting of attention to masked threat faces in social anxiety
K Mogg, BP Bradley
Behaviour research and therapy 40 (12), 1403-1414, 2002
6272002
Attentional bias for emotional faces in generalized anxiety disorder
BP Bradley, K Mogg, J White, C Groom, J De Bono
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 38 (3), 267-278, 1999
6221999
Attentional biases for negative information in induced and naturally occurring dysphoria
BP Bradley, K Mogg, SC Lee
Behaviour research and therapy 35 (10), 911-927, 1997
5991997
Orienting of attention to threatening facial expressions presented under conditions of restricted awareness
K Mogg, BP Bradley
Cognition & Emotion 13 (6), 713-740, 1999
5921999
Bias in interpretation of ambiguous sentences related to threat in anxiety.
MW Eysenck, K Mogg, J May, A Richards, A Mathews
Journal of abnormal psychology 100 (2), 144, 1991
5871991
Covert and overt orienting of attention to emotional faces in anxiety
BP Bradley, K Mogg, NH Millar
Cognition & Emotion 14 (6), 789-808, 2000
5812000
Brief report time course of attentional bias for threat scenes: testing the vigilance‐avoidance hypothesis
K Mogg, B Bradley, F Miles, R Dixon
Cognition and emotion 18 (5), 689-700, 2004
5732004
Obese adults have visual attention bias for food cue images: evidence for altered reward system function
EH Castellanos, E Charboneau, MS Dietrich, S Park, BP Bradley, K Mogg, ...
International journal of obesity 33 (9), 1063-1073, 2009
5672009
Eye movements to smoking‐related pictures in smokers: relationship between attentional biases and implicit and explicit measures of stimulus valence
K Mogg, BP Bradley, M Field, J De Houwer
Addiction 98 (6), 825-836, 2003
5422003
Memory bias in clinical anxiety.
K Mogg, A Mathews, J Weinman
Journal of abnormal psychology 96 (2), 94, 1987
5391987
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