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The effectiveness of touchscreen-based attentional bias modification to thin body stimuli on state rumination

Dondzilo, Laura; Rieger, Elizabeth; Shao, Rebecca; Bell, Jason


Ruminative thinking is considered a vulnerability factor for eating disorder symptomatology. Research suggests that attentional bias to body shape stimuli may serve to underpin this maladaptive form of emotion regulation. The current study aimed to determine the direct effect of attentional bias to thin-ideal bodies on state depressive rumination. Additionally, this study sought to evaluate the efficacy of attentional bias modification (ABM) utilising a touchscreen device. A well-established...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2020
Type: Journal article
Source: Cognition and Emotion
DOI: 10.1080/02699931.2020.1718616


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