Attention Bias towards Personally Relevant Stimuli: The Individual Emotional Stroop Task

Wingenfeld K, Mensebach C, Driessen M, Bullig R, Hartje W, Beblo T (2006)
Psychological Reports 99(3): 781-793.

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Wingenfeld, Katja; Mensebach, Christoph; Driessen, MartinUniBi ; Bullig, Renate; Hartje, Wolfgang; Beblo, Thomas
Abstract / Bemerkung
The emotional Stroop task is a widely used method for investigating attentional bias towards stimuli due to mood or affect. In general, standardized stimuli are used, which might not be appropriate when investigating individual contextual frameworks. It was investigated whether words chosen to be related to individuals' personal life events would produce more pronounced Stroop interference (as an indicator of attentional bias) than stimuli without any personal relevance. Twenty-six non-clinical subjects, 20 female and 6 male, participated in the study. Mean age was 36.1 yr. ( SD=18.1). All were recruited by means of local advertising. Stimulus material consisted of four word types: personal words related to negative life events with and without current personal relevance, and negative and neutral words without any personal relevance. Words were presented in three blocks. Analysis of variance showed main effects for word type and blocks, with slower reactions in the personally relevant conditions than in the negative, or neutral conditions, and in response to the first blocks as opposed to the last. These findings indicate that regardless of the word valence, personally relevant stimuli evoke more pronounced Stroop interference than do stimuli without personal relevance.
Erscheinungsjahr
2006
Zeitschriftentitel
Psychological Reports
Band
99
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
781-793
ISSN
0033-2941
eISSN
1558-691X
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2963403

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Wingenfeld K, Mensebach C, Driessen M, Bullig R, Hartje W, Beblo T. Attention Bias towards Personally Relevant Stimuli: The Individual Emotional Stroop Task. Psychological Reports. 2006;99(3):781-793.
Wingenfeld, K., Mensebach, C., Driessen, M., Bullig, R., Hartje, W., & Beblo, T. (2006). Attention Bias towards Personally Relevant Stimuli: The Individual Emotional Stroop Task. Psychological Reports, 99(3), 781-793. https://doi.org/10.2466/PR0.99.3.781-793
Wingenfeld, K., Mensebach, C., Driessen, M., Bullig, R., Hartje, W., and Beblo, T. (2006). Attention Bias towards Personally Relevant Stimuli: The Individual Emotional Stroop Task. Psychological Reports 99, 781-793.
Wingenfeld, K., et al., 2006. Attention Bias towards Personally Relevant Stimuli: The Individual Emotional Stroop Task. Psychological Reports, 99(3), p 781-793.
K. Wingenfeld, et al., “Attention Bias towards Personally Relevant Stimuli: The Individual Emotional Stroop Task”, Psychological Reports, vol. 99, 2006, pp. 781-793.
Wingenfeld, K., Mensebach, C., Driessen, M., Bullig, R., Hartje, W., Beblo, T.: Attention Bias towards Personally Relevant Stimuli: The Individual Emotional Stroop Task. Psychological Reports. 99, 781-793 (2006).
Wingenfeld, Katja, Mensebach, Christoph, Driessen, Martin, Bullig, Renate, Hartje, Wolfgang, and Beblo, Thomas. “Attention Bias towards Personally Relevant Stimuli: The Individual Emotional Stroop Task”. Psychological Reports 99.3 (2006): 781-793.

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