Attentional avoidance in peer victimized individuals with and without psychiatric disorders

Iffland B, Weitkämper A, Weitkämper NJ, Neuner F (2019)
BMC Psychology 7(1): 12.

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Background Attentional biases are a relatively robust phenomenon among clinical populations but less pronounced in healthy participants. However, regarding the components of attentional biases and the directions of attention allocation, there are several inconsistencies in the literature. The present study examined whether these inconsistencies can be traced back to previous experiences of relational peer victimization in clinical populations. Methods Participants were subjects with a diagnosed psychiatric disorder (n = 30) and healthy controls (n = 31). Additionally, the sample was divided into two subgroups according to the participants’ reports of previous relational peer victimization (high peer victimization: n = 28; low peer victimization: n = 33). Attentional biases were measured by the Emotional Stroop task and a dot-probe task. Results In both samples, peer victimized participants showed delayed response times when color-naming negative and positive compared to neutral adjectives in the Emotional Stroop task. Likewise, the dot-probe task indicated attentional avoidance of both negative and positive words in peer victimized participants with and without a psychiatric disorder. Interestingly, presence of a psychiatric disorder did not have a significant effect on attentional biases. Conclusion Both tasks could detect that attentional processes were linked to the experience of peer victimization rather than to the current diagnostic status of the participants. Attentional avoidance of emotional stimuli may prevent victimized individuals from responding adequately to environmental stimuli, which may increase the risk for the development of psychopathology.
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Iffland B, Weitkämper A, Weitkämper NJ, Neuner F. Attentional avoidance in peer victimized individuals with and without psychiatric disorders. BMC Psychology. 2019;7(1): 12.
Iffland, B., Weitkämper, A., Weitkämper, N. J., & Neuner, F. (2019). Attentional avoidance in peer victimized individuals with and without psychiatric disorders. BMC Psychology, 7(1), 12. doi:10.1186/s40359-019-0284-1
Iffland, B., Weitkämper, A., Weitkämper, N. J., and Neuner, F. (2019). Attentional avoidance in peer victimized individuals with and without psychiatric disorders. BMC Psychology 7:12.
Iffland, B., et al., 2019. Attentional avoidance in peer victimized individuals with and without psychiatric disorders. BMC Psychology, 7(1): 12.
B. Iffland, et al., “Attentional avoidance in peer victimized individuals with and without psychiatric disorders”, BMC Psychology, vol. 7, 2019, : 12.
Iffland, B., Weitkämper, A., Weitkämper, N.J., Neuner, F.: Attentional avoidance in peer victimized individuals with and without psychiatric disorders. BMC Psychology. 7, : 12 (2019).
Iffland, Benjamin, Weitkämper, Angelina, Weitkämper, Nicolai J., and Neuner, Frank. “Attentional avoidance in peer victimized individuals with and without psychiatric disorders”. BMC Psychology 7.1 (2019): 12.
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