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Table Of Contents
Introduction: Cognitive Theory of Emotional Disorders Part 1 Emotion, Attention and Information Processing 1. Attention - Basic Conceptual and Theoretical Issues 2. Selection of Complex, Personally Significant and Emotional Stimuli 3. Attentional Bias In Emotion Disorders 4.Affective Bias in Attention - Theoretical Issues 5. Emotional Disorders - Attentional Deficit Part 2 Cognitive Content and Process In Emotional Disorder 6. Attentional Content - Distressing Intrusive Thought 7.Interactionist Approaches To Stress 8. Self-focused Attention 9. Attention Manipulations Moderating Influences in Treatment? 10. Attentional Disorder - Cause or Consequence of Emotional Problems Part 3 New Theoretical Model and Clinical Implications 11. Theoretical Integration 12. Clinical Implications
Adrian Wells is Professor of Clinical and Experimental Psychopathology at the University of Manchester, UK. His research interests are in the areas of cognitive theory and therapy and emotional disorders. He has made major contributions to treatments for anxiety disorders and he is the originator of Metacognitive Therapy (MCT). His treatments are included in NHS NICE guidelines. Gerald Matthews is Research Professor at the Institute for Simulation and Training, University of Central Florida, USA. His research focuses on human factors, cognitive models of personality and individual differences, and task-induced states of stress and fatigue.