Nazanin Derakhshan
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Anxiety and cognitive performance: attentional control theory.
MW Eysenck, N Derakshan, R Santos, MG Calvo
Emotion 7 (2), 336, 2007
44732007
Anxiety, processing efficiency, and cognitive performance: new developments from attentional control theory.
N Derakshan, MW Eysenck
European Psychologist 14 (2), 168, 2009
7612009
Understanding depressive rumination from a cognitive science perspective: The impaired disengagement hypothesis
EHW Koster, E De Lissnyder, N Derakshan, R De Raedt
Clinical psychology review 31 (1), 138-145, 2011
6902011
New perspectives in attentional control theory
MW Eysenck, N Derakshan
Personality and Individual Differences 50 (7), 955-960, 2011
5952011
Anxiety, inhibition, efficiency, and effectiveness: An investigation using the antisaccade task.
N Derakshan, TL Ansari, M Hansard, L Shoker, MW Eysenck
Experimental psychology 56 (1), 48, 2009
2982009
Attentional control deficits in trait anxiety: Why you see them and why you don’t
N Berggren, N Derakshan
Biological Psychology 92 (3), 440-446, 2013
2912013
The combined cognitive bias hypothesis in depression
J Everaert, EHW Koster, N Derakshan
Clinical psychology review 32 (5), 413-424, 2012
2752012
Trait anxiety, visuospatial processing, and working memory
M Eysenck, S Payne, N Derakshan
Cognition & Emotion 19 (8), 1214-1228, 2005
2272005
Emotional information processing in repressors: The vigilance–avoidance theory
N Derakshan, MW Eysenck, LB Myers
Cognition and Emotion 21 (8), 1585-1614, 2007
2232007
The association between depressive symptoms and executive control impairments in response to emotional and non-emotional information
E De Lissnyder, EHW Koster, N Derakshan, R De Raedt
Cognition and Emotion 24 (2), 264-280, 2010
1992010
Effects of state anxiety on performance using a task-switching paradigm: An investigation of attentional control theory
N Derakshan, S Smyth, MW Eysenck
Psychonomic bulletin & review 16 (6), 1112-1117, 2009
1972009
Attentional bias to pictures of fear-relevant animals in a dot probe task.
OV Lipp, N Derakshan
Emotion 5 (3), 365, 2005
1812005
Effects of anxiety on task switching: Evidence from the mixed antisaccade task
TL Ansari, N Derakshan, A Richards
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 8 (3), 229-238, 2008
1662008
Interpretive biases for one's own behavior and physiology in high-trait-anxious individuals and repressors.
N Derakshan, MW Eysenck
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 73 (4), 816, 1997
1661997
Snakes and cats in the flower bed: fast detection is not specific to pictures of fear-relevant animals.
OV Lipp, N Derakshan, AM Waters, S Logies
Emotion 4 (3), 233, 2004
1562004
The neural correlates of impaired inhibitory control in anxiety
TL Ansari, N Derakshan
Neuropsychologia 49 (5), 1146-1153, 2011
1372011
The neural correlates of cognitive effort in anxiety: Effects on processing efficiency
TL Ansari, N Derakshan
Biological Psychology 86 (3), 337-348, 2011
1292011
Improving attention control in dysphoria through cognitive training: Transfer effects on working memory capacity and filtering efficiency
M Owens, EHW Koster, N Derakshan
Psychophysiology 50 (3), 297-307, 2013
1232013
Trait anxiety modulates the electrophysiological indices of rapid spatial orienting towards angry faces
E Fox, N Derakshan, L Shoker
Neuroreport 19 (3), 259-263, 2008
1182008
Training working memory to improve attentional control in anxiety: A proof-of-principle study using behavioral and electrophysiological measures
BA Sari, EHW Koster, G Pourtois, N Derakshan
Biological Psychology 121, 203-212, 2016
1172016
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