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Field, A. P.
Field, Andy
Field, Andy P.
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Baeyens, Frank
Field, Zoë
Field, Zoe (Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Hadwin, Julie
Hadwin, Julie A.
Hole, Graham
Houwer, Jan de
Miles, Jeremy
SAGE.
Silverman, Wendy K.
University of Sussex
Titles: 
Anxiety disorders in children and adolescents
Associative learning of likes and dislikes: some current controversies and possible ways forward
Attentional processes in Evaluative Conditioning
behavioral inhibition system and the verbal information pathway to children's fears., The
Can meta-analysis be trusted?
Can Rachman's indirect pathways be used to un-learn fear? A prospective paradigm to test whether children's fears can be reduced using positive information and modelling a non-anxious response
Child anxiety : theory and treatment
Clinical psychology. -
Conceptual conditioning: Evidence for an artifactual account of evaluative learning
Conditioning models of childhood anxiety
development and testing of the depression, anxiety, and positive outlook scale (DAPOS)., The
Developmental aspects of conditioning processes in anxiety disorders
Discovering statistics using SPSS
Dissociating the effects of attention and contingency awareness on evaluative conditioning effects in the visual paradigm
Do anxious parents interpretive biases towards threat extend into their child's environment?
don't like it because it eats sprouts: Conditioning preferences in children, I
don't like it because it eats sprouts, I : Conditioning preferences in children
effects of verbal information on children's fear beliefs about social situations., The
Effects of verbal information on fear-related reasoning biases in children
ESRC Research Seminars: Child Anxiety: Developments in Theory and Treatment.
Evaluative Conditioning: Arte-fact or -fiction? A reply to Baeyens, De Houwer, Vansteenwegen & Eelen 1998
Evaluative conditioning is Pavlovian conditioning: issues of definition, measurement and the theoretical importance of contingency awareness
Experimental Methods in Clinical Research
Experimental modification of interpretation bias regarding social and animal fear in children.
Fear avoidance and prognosis in back pain: a systematic review and synthesis of current evidence.
Fear information and social phobic beliefs in children: A prospective paradigm and preliminary results
Fear information and the development of fears during childhood: Effects on implicit fear responses and behavioural avoidance
How to design and report experiments
How to do a meta-analysis
Information processing biases and anxiety : a developmental perspective
interaction of pathways to fear in childhood anxiety: A preliminary study, The
Interpretation of Ambiguity in Children: A Prospective Study of Associations With Anxiety and Parental Interpretations
Is conditioning a useful framework for understanding the development and treatment of phobias?
Is the meta-analysis of correlation coefficients accurate when population correlations vary?
Is There Room for "Development" in Developmental Models of Information Processing Biases to Threat in Children and Adolescents?
Learning to Like (and Dislike)
like it, but I'm not sure why: can evaluative conditioning occur without conscious awareness?, I
Like It, but I'm Not Sure Why, I : Can Evaluative Conditioning Occur without Conscious Awareness?
London: Sage
Meta-analysis of correlation coefficients: a Monte Carlo comparison of fixed- and random-effects methods.
Neglectful Parenting Style Moderates the Effect of the Verbal Threat Information Pathway on Children's Heart Rate Responses to Novel Animals, A
Parent-Child Relationships and the Verbal Information Pathway to Fear in Children: Two Preliminary Experiments
perseveration of checking thoughts and mood-as-input hypothesis, The
Post-event processing and the retrieval of autobiographical memories in socially anxious individuals.
problems in using Fixed-effects models of meta-analysis on real-world data, The
Re-evaluating evaluative conditioning
Reevaluating evaluative conditioning: a nonassociative explanation of conditioning effects in the visual evaluative conditioning paradigm.
relation between pathological worrying and fatigue in a working population, The
Repetitive and Iterative Thinking in Psychopathology: Anxiety-Inducing Consequences and a Mood-As-Input Mechanism
Research into Anxiety of Childhood: Playing Catch-up (to Olympic Standard)
role of fear information in the development of fear beliefs in children, The
Role of Verbal Threat Information in the Development of Childhood Fear. "Beware the Jabberwock!", The
Shared and Unique Cognitive Factors in Social Anxiety
systematic review of psychological factors as predictors of chronicity/disability in prospective cohorts of low back pain., A
Temperament moderates the effect of the verbal threat information pathway on children's heart rate responses to novel animals
Test of Time: What if Little Albert had Escaped?
They are afraid of the animal, so therefore I am too: Influence of peer modeling on fear beliefs and approach-avoidance behaviors towards animals in typically developing children
Using food CSs and body shapes as UCSs: a putative role for associative learning in the development of eating disorders
Using foods as CSs and body shapes as UCSs: A putative role for associative learning in the development of eating disorders
verbal information pathway to fear and heart rate changes in children, The
Verbal Threat Information Pathway to Fear in Children: The Longitudinal Effects on Fear Cognitions and the Immediate Effects on Avoidance Behavior, The
Vicarious learning and the development of fears in childhood
vicarious learning pathway to fear 40 years on., The
Watch Out for the Beast: Fear Information and Attentional Bias in Children
What Happens When Verbal Threat Information and Vicarious Learning Combine?
When all is still concealed: are we closer to understanding the mechanisms underlying evaluative conditioning?
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf: a prospective paradigm to test Rachman's indirect pathways in children.
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BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
CONSCIOUSNESS AND COGNITION
JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCHOLOGICAL METHODS
UNDERSTANDING STATISTICS
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