Nelson-Gray, Rosemery O.

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BIS, BAS, and bias: the role of personality and cognition in social anxiety 2009 3324 The primary objective of the current study was to test the hypothesis that cognitive biases for negative and threatening social information mediate the effect of Behavioral Inhibition System (BIS) and Behavioral Approach System (BAS) sensitivity on s...
Reinforcement sensitivity theory, adult AD/HD symptoms, and comorbidity: an examination of pathways based on behavioral approach and inhibition 2009 3328 Recent reviews indicate that Hyperactive-Impulsive symptoms associated with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), which are considered the core symptoms of AD/HD, are caused by relatively distinct etiological pathways. Overactive behavior...
Determinants of diagnostic prototypicality judgments of the personality disorders 1990 3 The recent advent of the third edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders represented a major shift from a monothetic to a polythetic system for the categorization of psychopathology. Accompanying this shift has been an incr...
The role of anxiety and depressive symptoms in the cognitive functioning of old and young women 1991 4 Many studies find age-related differences in cognitive performance. The focus of inquiry in this study is the contextual factors which may influence age-related differences in fluid cognitive performance. Some data suggest that older adults' cognitiv...
Alternative reinforcement and resistance to change 1991 1 If alternative reinforcement is given in a context where a target behavior is occurring, the persistence, or resistance to change, of the target behavior increases. In previous reports, it was hypothesized that the discriminative stimulus for the tar...