Brendan Bradley
Brendan Bradley
Emeritus Professor
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A cognitive-motivational analysis of anxiety
K Mogg, BP Bradley
Behaviour research and therapy 36 (9), 809-848, 1998
Selective attention to angry faces in clinical social phobia.
K Mogg, P Philippot, BP Bradley
Journal of abnormal psychology 113 (1), 160, 2004
Attentional bias in generalized anxiety disorder versus depressive disorder
K Mogg, BP Bradley
Cognitive therapy and research 29 (1), 29-45, 2005
Attentional bias in anxiety and depression: The role of awareness
K Mogg, BP Bradley, R Williams
British journal of clinical psychology 34 (1), 17-36, 1995
Subliminal processing of emotional information in anxiety and depression.
K Mogg, BP Bradley, R Williams, A Mathews
Journal of abnormal psychology 102 (2), 304, 1993
Amygdala and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex activation to masked angry faces in children and adolescents with generalized anxiety disorder
CS Monk, EH Telzer, K Mogg, BP Bradley, X Mai, HMC Louro, G Chen, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 65 (5), 568-576, 2008
Attentional bias for threatening facial expressions in anxiety: Manipulation of stimulus duration
BP Bradley, K Mogg, SJ Falla, LR Hamilton
Cognition & emotion 12 (6), 737-753, 1998
Biases in eye movements to threatening facial expressions in generalized anxiety disorder and depressive disorder.
K Mogg, N Millar, BP Bradley
Journal of abnormal psychology 109 (4), 695, 2000
Time course of attentional bias for threat information in non-clinical anxiety
K Mogg, BP Bradley, JO De Bono, M Painter
Behaviour research and therapy 35 (4), 297-303, 1997
Attentional bias for emotional faces in generalized anxiety disorder
BP Bradley, K Mogg, J White, C Groom, J De Bono
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 38 (3), 267-278, 1999
Selective orienting of attention to masked threat faces in social anxiety
K Mogg, BP Bradley
Behaviour research and therapy 40 (12), 1403-1414, 2002
Orienting of attention to threatening facial expressions presented under conditions of restricted awareness
K Mogg, BP Bradley
Cognition & Emotion 13 (6), 713-740, 1999
Attentional biases for negative information in induced and naturally occurring dysphoria
BP Bradley, K Mogg, SC Lee
Behaviour research and therapy 35 (10), 911-927, 1997
Covert and overt orienting of attention to emotional faces in anxiety
BP Bradley, K Mogg, NH Millar
Cognition & Emotion 14 (6), 789-808, 2000
Brief report time course of attentional bias for threat scenes: testing the vigilance‐avoidance hypothesis
K Mogg, B Bradley, F Miles, R Dixon
Cognition and emotion 18 (5), 689-700, 2004
Obese adults have visual attention bias for food cue images: evidence for altered reward system function
EH Castellanos, E Charboneau, MS Dietrich, S Park, BP Bradley, K Mogg, ...
International journal of obesity 33 (9), 1063-1073, 2009
Eye movements to smoking‐related pictures in smokers: relationship between attentional biases and implicit and explicit measures of stimulus valence
K Mogg, BP Bradley, M Field, J De Houwer
Addiction 98 (6), 825-836, 2003
Ventrolateral prefrontal cortex activation and attentional bias in response to angry faces in adolescents with generalized anxiety disorder
CS Monk, EE Nelson, EB McClure, K Mogg, BP Bradley, E Leibenluft, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 163 (6), 1091-1097, 2006
Attention bias to threat in maltreated children: Implications for vulnerability to stress-related psychopathology
DS Pine, K Mogg, BP Bradley, LA Montgomery, CS Monk, E McClure, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 162 (2), 291-296, 2005
Some methodological issues in assessing attentional biases for threatening faces in anxiety: A replication study using a modified version of the probe detection task
K Mogg, BP Bradley
Behaviour research and therapy 37 (6), 595-604, 1999
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