Early and late dot-probe attentional bias to mild and high threat pictures: Relations with EEG theta/beta ratio, self-reported trait attentional control, and trait anxiety

D. van Son, A. Angelidis, M.A. Hagenaars, W. van der Does, P. Putman

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