Negative Automatic Evaluation and Better Recognition of Bodily Symptom Words in College Students with Elevated Health Anxiety

Schmidt E, Witthöft M, Kornadt A, Rist F, Bailer J (2013)
Cognitive Therapy and Research 37(5): 1027-1040.

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Schmidt E, Witthöft M, Kornadt A, Rist F, Bailer J. Negative Automatic Evaluation and Better Recognition of Bodily Symptom Words in College Students with Elevated Health Anxiety. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 2013;37(5):1027-1040.
Schmidt, E., Witthöft, M., Kornadt, A., Rist, F., & Bailer, J. (2013). Negative Automatic Evaluation and Better Recognition of Bodily Symptom Words in College Students with Elevated Health Anxiety. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 37(5), 1027-1040. doi:10.1007/s10608-013-9540-5
Schmidt, E., Witthöft, M., Kornadt, A., Rist, F., and Bailer, J. (2013). Negative Automatic Evaluation and Better Recognition of Bodily Symptom Words in College Students with Elevated Health Anxiety. Cognitive Therapy and Research 37, 1027-1040.
Schmidt, E., et al., 2013. Negative Automatic Evaluation and Better Recognition of Bodily Symptom Words in College Students with Elevated Health Anxiety. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 37(5), p 1027-1040.
E. Schmidt, et al., “Negative Automatic Evaluation and Better Recognition of Bodily Symptom Words in College Students with Elevated Health Anxiety”, Cognitive Therapy and Research, vol. 37, 2013, pp. 1027-1040.
Schmidt, E., Witthöft, M., Kornadt, A., Rist, F., Bailer, J.: Negative Automatic Evaluation and Better Recognition of Bodily Symptom Words in College Students with Elevated Health Anxiety. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 37, 1027-1040 (2013).
Schmidt, Erika, Witthöft, Michael, Kornadt, Anna, Rist, Fred, and Bailer, Josef. “Negative Automatic Evaluation and Better Recognition of Bodily Symptom Words in College Students with Elevated Health Anxiety”. Cognitive Therapy and Research 37.5 (2013): 1027-1040.