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Attentional disengagement predicts stress recovery in depression: an eye-tracking study.
A Sanchez, C Vazquez, C Marker, J LeMoult, J Joormann
Journal of abnormal psychology 122 (2), 303, 2013
Gaze-fixation to happy faces predicts mood repair after a negative mood induction.
A Sanchez, C Vazquez, D Gomez, J Joormann
Emotion 14 (1), 85, 2014
Looking at the eyes of happiness: Positive emotions mediate the influence of life satisfaction on attention to happy faces
A Sanchez, C Vazquez
The Journal of Positive Psychology 9 (5), 435-448, 2014
Implicit and explicit self-esteem discrepancies in paranoia and depression.
C Valiente, D Cantero, C Vázquez, A Sanchez, M Provencio, R Espinosa
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 120 (3), 691, 2011
Gaze-fixation and pupil dilation in the processing of emotional faces: The role of rumination
A Duque, A Sanchez, C Vazquez
Cognition and Emotion 28 (8), 1347-1366, 2014
Memory biases in remitted depression: The role of negative cognitions at explicit and automatic processing levels
N Romero, A Sanchez, C Vazquez
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 45 (1), 128-135, 2014
Attention training through gaze-contingent feedback: Effects on reappraisal and negative emotions.
A Sanchez, J Everaert, EHW Koster
Emotion 16 (7), 1074, 2016
Intervenciones psicológicas para la promoción del bienestar
GH Torres, A Sánchez, CV Valverde
Psicología positiva aplicada, 41-74, 2008
Effects of tDCS over the right DLPFC on attentional disengagement from positive and negative faces: An eye-tracking study
A Sanchez, MA Vanderhasselt, C Baeken, R De Raedt
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 16 (6), 1027-1038, 2016
Atención selectiva como mecanismo de regulación emocional y factor de vulnerabilidad a la depresión
A Sánchez, C Vásquez, C Valiente
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2011
Depression-related difficulties disengaging from negative faces are associated with sustained attention to negative feedback during social evaluation and predict stress recovery
A Sanchez, N Romero, R De Raedt
PloS one 12 (3), e0175040, 2017
Rumination and specificity of autobiographical memory in dysphoria
N Romero, C Vazquez, A Sanchez
Memory 22 (6), 646-654, 2014
Attentional bias modification in depression through gaze contingencies and regulatory control using a new eye-tracking intervention paradigm: study protocol for a placebo …
C Vazquez, I Blanco, A Sanchez, RJ McNally
BMC psychiatry 16 (1), 1-12, 2016
Life is… great! Emotional attention during instructed and uninstructed ambiguity resolution in relation to depressive symptoms
A Sanchez, J Everaert, LMS De Putter, SC Mueller, EHW Koster
Biological Psychology 109, 67-72, 2015
Sesgos de atención Selectiva como factor de mantenimiento y Vulnerabilidad a la Depresión: Una Revisión Crítica
Á Sánchez, C Vázquez
Terapia psicológica 30 (3), 103-117, 2012
Neurocognitive mechanisms behind emotional attention: Inverse effects of anodal tDCS over the left and right DLPFC on gaze disengagement from emotional faces
A Sanchez-Lopez, MA Vanderhasselt, J Allaert, C Baeken, R De Raedt
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18 (3), 485-494, 2018
Eye-gaze contingent attention training (ECAT): Examining the causal role of attention regulation in reappraisal and rumination
A Sanchez-Lopez, J Everaert, J Van Put, R De Raedt, EHW Koster
Biological psychology 142, 116-125, 2019
Prototypicality and intensity of emotional faces using an anchor-point method
Á Sánchez, C Vázquez
The Spanish journal of psychology 16, 2013
Can't look away: Attention control deficits predict rumination, depression symptoms and depressive affect in daily life
I Yaroslavsky, ES Allard, A Sanchez-Lopez
Journal of affective disorders 245, 1061-1069, 2019
Social anxiety–linked attention bias to threat is indirectly related to post-event processing via subjective emotional reactivity to social stress
D Çek, A Sánchez, KR Timpano
Behavior therapy 47 (3), 377-387, 2016
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