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Gaze Behavior in Social Fear Conditioning: An Eye-Tracking Study in Virtual Reality

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Reichenberger, Jonas ; Pfaller, Michael ; Mühlberger, Andreas
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 09 Apr 2020 14:18


The vigilance-avoidance hypothesis of selective attention assumes that socially anxious persons initially direct their attention toward fear-related stimuli and subsequently avoid these social stimuli to reduce emotional distress. New technical developments provide tools to implicit measure overt attention on fear-related stimuli via eye-tracking in ecological valid virtual environments presented ...


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