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Depression-related difficulties disengaging from negative faces are associated with sustained attention to negative feedback during social evaluation and predict stress recovery

(2017) PLOS ONE. 12(3).
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The present study aimed to clarify: 1) the presence of depression-related attention bias related to a social stressor, 2) its association with depression-related attention biases as measured under standard conditions, and 3) their association with impaired stress recovery in depression. A sample of 39 participants reporting a broad range of depression levels completed a standard eye-tracking paradigm in which they had to engage/disengage their gaze with/from emotional faces. Participants then underwent a stress induction (i.e., giving a speech), in which their eye movements to false emotional feedback were measured, and stress reactivity and recovery were assessed. Depression level was associated with longer times to engage/disengage attention with/from negative faces under standard conditions and with sustained attention to negative feedback during the speech. These depression-related biases were associated and mediated the association between depression level and self-reported stress recovery, predicting lower recovery from stress after giving the speech.
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HEART-RATE-VARIABILITY, EMOTIONAL INFORMATION, EYE-TRACKING, ANXIETY, WOMEN, SYMPTOMS, VULNERABILITY, METAANALYSIS, PERSPECTIVE, PERFORMANCE

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Sanchez Lopez, Alvaro, Nuria Romero Martin, and Rudi De Raedt. 2017. “Depression-related Difficulties Disengaging from Negative Faces Are Associated with Sustained Attention to Negative Feedback During Social Evaluation and Predict Stress Recovery.” Plos One 12 (3).
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Sanchez Lopez, A., Romero Martin, N., & De Raedt, R. (2017). Depression-related difficulties disengaging from negative faces are associated with sustained attention to negative feedback during social evaluation and predict stress recovery. PLOS ONE, 12(3).
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Sanchez Lopez A, Romero Martin N, De Raedt R. Depression-related difficulties disengaging from negative faces are associated with sustained attention to negative feedback during social evaluation and predict stress recovery. PLOS ONE. San francisco: Public Library Science; 2017;12(3).
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Sanchez Lopez, Alvaro, Nuria Romero Martin, and Rudi De Raedt. “Depression-related Difficulties Disengaging from Negative Faces Are Associated with Sustained Attention to Negative Feedback During Social Evaluation and Predict Stress Recovery.” PLOS ONE 12.3 (2017): n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {The present study aimed to clarify: 1) the presence of depression-related attention bias related to a social stressor, 2) its association with depression-related attention biases as measured under standard conditions, and 3) their association with impaired stress recovery in depression. A sample of 39 participants reporting a broad range of depression levels completed a standard eye-tracking paradigm in which they had to engage/disengage their gaze with/from emotional faces. Participants then underwent a stress induction (i.e., giving a speech), in which their eye movements to false emotional feedback were measured, and stress reactivity and recovery were assessed. Depression level was associated with longer times to engage/disengage attention with/from negative faces under standard conditions and with sustained attention to negative feedback during the speech. These depression-related biases were associated and mediated the association between depression level and self-reported stress recovery, predicting lower recovery from stress after giving the speech.},
  articleno    = {e0175040},
  author       = {Sanchez Lopez, Alvaro and Romero Martin, Nuria and De Raedt, Rudi},
  issn         = {1932-6203},
  journal      = {PLOS ONE},
  keywords     = {HEART-RATE-VARIABILITY,EMOTIONAL INFORMATION,EYE-TRACKING,ANXIETY,WOMEN,SYMPTOMS,VULNERABILITY,METAANALYSIS,PERSPECTIVE,PERFORMANCE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {24},
  publisher    = {Public Library Science},
  title        = {Depression-related difficulties disengaging from negative faces are associated with sustained attention to negative feedback during social evaluation and predict stress recovery},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0175040},
  volume       = {12},
  year         = {2017},
}

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