The emotional Stroop: A comparison of panic disorder patients, obsessive-compulsive disorder patients, and normal controls, in three experiments
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SourceJournal of Anxiety Disorders, 16, 4, (2002), pp. 425-442
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Journal of Anxiety Disorders
SubjectExperimental Psychopathology and Treatment
An emotional Stroop task with four word types (panic threat, obsessive-compulsive threat, general threat, and neutral) and two presentation conditions (supraliminal, subliminal) was used in two experiments. The first experiment involved 21 panic disorder (PD) patients and 20 normal controls; the second experiment 20 PD patients and 20 obsessive-compulsive patients. PD patients, obsessive-compulsive patients, and normal controls did not differ in Stroop interferences. In addition, there were no significant correlations between reduction of PD symptoms and differences between pre- and post-treatment Stroop response latencies.
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