Browse by Subject "Anxiety"
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(2014-09-16)A well-described set of biobehaviors and cognitive dysfunction emerge after stimulation of the immune system with pathogen-associated or danger-associated molecular patterns, and the endogenous cytokines elaborated in the ...
Compulsive comorbidities: links between generalized anxiety disorder and substance use disorders among African American women (2016-04-20)This study proposed to examine the impact of substance use and abuse on the treatment and coping mechanisms of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) in African American women. Comorbid mental health problems such as depression ...
(2010-08-31)For the past thirty years, educators, researchers, parents, employers, policy-makers, and the popular press have been concerned about the gender gap in computing. Remarkably, there is little evidence of a similar scale of ...
Scripting anxiety/scripting identity: Indian mutiny, history, and the colonial imaginary, 1857-1911 (2010-08-31)Scripting Anxiety/Scripting Identity examines the impact of the 1857 Indian Mutiny on British and Indian cultural consciousness and collective memory. I focus on anxious articulations about material objects, racial and ...
Strength of family bond predicts disrupted neural habituation to visual familial threat in adolescence (2016-04-26)BACKGROUND: Familial stressors, such as low family connectedness, confer risk for affective pathologies, yet little is known regarding how they uniquely impinge on neural systems involved in adaptive threat processing. ...
The impact of emotional distraction on cognition: from basic brain responses to large-scale network interactions (2016-03-16)The goal of the current dissertation was to clarify the behavioral and neural mechanisms associated with the impact and control of emotional distraction by investigating the influences of the nature (positive vs. negative) ...
(2010-08-31)Attentional bias to emotional stimuli (especially unpleasantly valenced or threatening) is a common finding in anxiety and less commonly found in depression. So-called neutral or “nonemotional” stimuli varying in attentional ...