Ben Grafton
Ben Grafton
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Integrating personality structure, personality process, and personality development
A Baumert, M Schmitt, M Perugini, W Johnson, G Blum, P Borkenau, ...
European Journal of Personality 31 (5), 503-528, 2017
Anxiety-linked attentional bias: is it reliable?
C MacLeod, B Grafton, L Notebaert
Annual review of clinical psychology 15, 529-554, 2019
Confusing procedures with process when appraising the impact of cognitive bias modification on emotional vulnerability
B Grafton, C MacLeod, D Rudaizky, EA Holmes, E Salemink, E Fox, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 211 (5), 266-271, 2017
Anxiety-linked attentional bias and its modification: Illustrating the importance of distinguishing processes and procedures in experimental psychopathology research
C MacLeod, B Grafton
Behaviour research and therapy 86, 68-86, 2016
Enhanced probing of attentional bias: The independence of anxiety-linked selectivity in attentional engagement with and disengagement from negative information
B Grafton, C MacLeod
Cognition and Emotion 28 (7), 1287-1302, 2014
Stuck in a sad place: Biased attentional disengagement in rumination.
B Grafton, F Southworth, E Watkins, C MacLeod
Emotion 16 (1), 63, 2016
Always look on the bright side of life: The attentional basis of positive affectivity
B Grafton, C Ang, C MacLeod
European Journal of Personality 26 (2), 133-144, 2012
Group rumination-focused cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) v. group CBT for depression: phase II trial
M Hvenegaard, SB Moeller, S Poulsen, M Gondan, B Grafton, SF Austin, ...
Psychological Medicine 50 (1), 11-19, 2020
Validation of a novel attentional bias modification task: The future may be in the cards
L Notebaert, PJF Clarke, B Grafton, C MacLeod
Behaviour Research and Therapy 65, 93-100, 2015
Heightened ruminative disposition is associated with impaired attentional disengagement from negative relative to positive information: support for the “impaired disengagement …
F Southworth, B Grafton, C MacLeod, E Watkins
Cognition and Emotion 31 (3), 422-434, 2017
When ignorance is bliss: Explicit instruction and the efficacy of CBM-A for anxiety
B Grafton, B Mackintosh, T Vujic, C MacLeod
Cognitive Therapy and Research 38, 172-188, 2014
Attentional control predicts change in bias in response to attentional bias modification
J Basanovic, L Notebaert, B Grafton, CR Hirsch, PJF Clarke
Behaviour research and therapy 99, 47-56, 2017
The ups and downs of cognitive bias: Dissociating the attentional characteristics of positive and negative affectivity
B Grafton, ED Watkins, C MacLeod
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 24 (1), 33-53, 2012
Engaging with the wrong people: The basis of selective attention to negative faces in social anxiety
B Grafton, C MacLeod
Clinical Psychological Science 4 (5), 793-804, 2016
Rumination-focused cognitive behaviour therapy vs. cognitive behaviour therapy for depression: study protocol for a randomised controlled superiority trial
M Hvenegaard, ER Watkins, S Poulsen, NK Rosenberg, M Gondan, ...
Trials 16, 1-6, 2015
Emotion-in-motion, a novel approach for the modification of attentional bias: an experimental proof-of-concept study
L Notebaert, B Grafton, PJF Clarke, D Rudaizky, NTM Chen, C MacLeod
JMIR Serious Games 6 (4), e10993, 2018
Trait anxiety and the alignment of attentional bias with controllability of danger
L Notebaert, JV Georgiades, M Herbert, B Grafton, S Parsons, E Fox, ...
Psychological Research 84, 743-756, 2020
Selective attention in perfectionism: Dissociating valence from perfectionism-relevance
JA Howell, PM McEvoy, B Grafton, C Macleod, RT Kane, RA Anderson, ...
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 51, 100-108, 2016
Regulation of emotion through modification of attention.
C MacLeod, B Grafton
The Guilford Press, 2014
Referential focus moderates depression-linked attentional avoidance of positive information
JL Ji, B Grafton, C MacLeod
Behaviour Research and Therapy 93, 47-54, 2017
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